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School Tours

Kings Landing Historical Settlement offers educational programming for school children in March, June and in the Fall.  Here is what is available in March 2014:

Maple Sugar Time

In the 19th century, maple sugar time was an integral part of the farming cycle; one which the whole family was involved in.  The end products were used by the family throughout the year, and could be sold for income.  During this educational program, students will learn about sugar-camps, the process of sugaring-off, 19th century farming and self-sufficiency. 

•           Program length: 2 hours

•           Available: March 17-21

•           Cost: $8.00 per student

Note: This program involves lots of walking and takes place outside.  Participants are strongly encouraged to dress appropriately.


School children learn 19th century chores at Kings Landing

Please note reservation procedures: We encourage you to register for our Education Programs by using the online registration form (below).

Please provide all information requested on the registration form.

Complimentary teacher/supervisor policy: 1 adult admission is complimentary for every 10 paid students. *Additional adults will be charged $14.00 each.

You will receive written confirmation detailing your program via e-mail or fax. 

After submitting your registration, if you do not hear back from Kings Landing confirming receipt of your form within 3 business days, please contact the Kings Landing Education Department at: (506)363-4954, or Pam.Gilbert2@gnb.ca  


School children make cornmeal bread at Kings Landing

School Information


Required Information for each class


    Class #1


    Class #2 (if applicable)


    Class #3 (if applicable)


    Date of Visit:


    Time: (Please plan to arrive 15 minutes early if snack or washrooms are necessary before program time)


      Please indicate order of preference


      Kings Landing villagers greet school group
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