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 […]

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 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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

All in the Hardworking Lint Family

The Lint brothers, Lawrence and Jacob, married the Hall sisters, Catherine and Frances, and worked hard to build their homes and establish their farms in the 1820s. Visit the humble […]

All in the Hardworking Lint Family

The Lint brothers, Lawrence and Jacob, married the Hall sisters, Catherine and Frances, and worked hard to build their homes and establish their farms in the 1820s. Visit the humble […]

Culinary Connectivity & the King’s Head Inn

Food has played an important role in all societies throughout history. This weekend, villagers will offer cooking and baking tips and discuss their favourite family recipes. In the heart of […]

Culinary Connectivity & the King’s Head Inn

Food has played an important role in all societies throughout history. This weekend, villagers will offer cooking and baking tips and discuss their favourite family recipes. In the heart of […]

Huestis Hospitality

The process of transforming sheared wool into a useable skein of yarn requires an expertise the members of the Huestis family possesses. Visit the Huestis house to learn how they […]

Huestis Hospitality

The process of transforming sheared wool into a useable skein of yarn requires an expertise the members of the Huestis family possesses. Visit the Huestis house to learn how they […]

Keeping up with the Joneses

The Jones family is one of the most established families in the village. They also live in the only stone house. Keep up with the Joneses this weekend as they […]

Keeping up with the Joneses

The Jones family is one of the most established families in the village. They also live in the only stone house. Keep up with the Joneses this weekend as they […]

Fisher’s for Rent

If you think property rental is only a modern topic, you should head down to the Fisher House. Matthias and Mary Valentine are renting the Fisher House and are eager […]

Fisher’s for Rent

If you think property rental is only a modern topic, you should head down to the Fisher House. Matthias and Mary Valentine are renting the Fisher House and are eager […]

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…