Situated in the heart of Fredericton, the Beaverbrook is easily accessed by car, walking/biking trails and public transit.
Metered on-street parking is available in front of and around the gallery. Time-limited free parking is also available on nearby streets, and there are municipal parking lots and garages nearby. Out-of-town visitors may be eligible for a complimentary parking pass from our local tourism department. Contact the Fredericton Tourism Visitor Information Centre for details.
The BAG is easily accessible from Fredericton’s South Riverfront Trail, marked in a dotted line on the map. The trail leads through our sculpture garden to the corner of Queen and St. John Streets next to the gallery.
The gallery is accessible by public transportation. See Fredericton Transit’s map and full schedule here.
Nestled along the shores of the beautiful Saint John/Wolastoq River, Fredericton blends small-town charm with urban energy. Explore our walkable downtown’s history, nature, art and amenities.
Where to Stay
From contemporary hotels to cozy inns, you’ll find lots of accommodation options just steps away from the city’s best shopping, dining and attractions.
The Beaverbrook Art Gallery is committed to providing a welcoming and accessible destination and workplace. We embrace the principles of dignity, independence, integration and equal opportunity to serve our visitors, staff and volunteers, and our community.
Wheelchairs are available free of charge on a first-come, first-served basis at the admissions desk. We are wheelchair and stroller accessible, with an elevator providing access to the gallery’s lower floor.
The Gallery has accessible restrooms. There are single-user and all-gender restrooms on the first floor.
Support Persons, Service Dogs
Admission is free for attendants accompanying a person with a disability. Service animals are welcome at the Gallery.
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