Opening Day

An exciting 50th anniversary season begins! We've been bringing history to life in New Brunswick for over half a century. NOW OPEN DAILY! Visit Kings Landing 10am - 5pm from June 1 until October 14, 2024.

The Victorian Period Perleys

The Perley house is one of the newest in the village, boasting the latest in Victorian technologies and fashion. Make a call – a Victorian term for a visit – to meet the Perley family, see their vibrant Victorian residence, and learn their Planter family history. 

The Victorian Period Perleys

The Perley house is one of the newest in the village, boasting the latest in Victorian technologies and fashion. Make a call – a Victorian term for a visit – to meet the Perley family, see their vibrant Victorian residence, and learn their Planter family history. 

Event Series Life at the Long House

Life at the Long House

Hillside homes are built with unique features to adapt to their location along rugged terrain and compliment their picturesque locations. The Long House is one of three hillside homes in the village. Visit the Long family to enjoy their quiet corner of the village, talk about their family history, and see what makes their home special. 

Event Series Life at the Long House

Life at the Long House

Hillside homes are built with unique features to adapt to their location along rugged terrain and compliment their picturesque locations. The Long House is one of three hillside homes in the village. Visit the Long family to enjoy their quiet corner of the village, talk about their family history, and see what makes their home special. 

Event Series The Slipp House Social

The Slipp House Social

Originally built in the 1850s, the Slipp House has been fully renovated to welcome back Visiting Cousins and Family Kin participants. Stop by the Slipp House to see select areas of the home open to the public and learn about the roles, responsibilities and whimsies of children in the 19th century. 

Event Series The Slipp House Social

The Slipp House Social

Originally built in the 1850s, the Slipp House has been fully renovated to welcome back Visiting Cousins and Family Kin participants. Stop by the Slipp House to see select areas of the home open to the public and learn about the roles, responsibilities and whimsies of children in the 19th century. 

Event Series Talk About Trades

Talk About Trades

Visitors can find many trades people at work in the village. Whether it’s processing lumber at the Sawmill, grinding buckwheat at the Gristmill, hammering iron at the Blacksmith, working with wood at the Carpenter Shop, setting type at the Print Shop or making door frames at the Sash & Door, the villagers are always in production. Visit these […]

Event Series Talk About Trades

Talk About Trades

Visitors can find many trades people at work in the village. Whether it’s processing lumber at the Sawmill, grinding buckwheat at the Gristmill, hammering iron at the Blacksmith, working with wood at the Carpenter Shop, setting type at the Print Shop or making door frames at the Sash & Door, the villagers are always in production. Visit these […]

Emancipation Day & Gordon House

On August 1, 1834, slavery was abolished in British North America and other British colonies, freeing enslaved people in Canada. This weekend, we will mark Emancipation Day and focus on the Gordon House and Black history in New Brunswick in partnership with the New Brunswick Black History Society. 

Emancipation Day & Gordon House

On August 1, 1834, slavery was abolished in British North America and other British colonies, freeing enslaved people in Canada. This weekend, we will mark Emancipation Day and focus on the Gordon House and Black history in New Brunswick in partnership with the New Brunswick Black History Society. 

Getting Here is Easy, Leaving is the Hard Part!

Kings Landing is nestled along New Brunswick’s history-rich Saint John River, 20 Minutes West of Fredericton. More…