Hours & Cost

Open Tuesday – Sunday (closed Mondays)
from 10 am – 6 pm. The last entry is at 5 p.m daily.

June – September 2nd to the general public.
Open for groups of 12 or more September-October.

2022 General Admission includes Student Historic Interpretation, First Nations Storytelling, and Historic Bread making demos and more… Don’t miss out! For specific programming dates and times go to the events tab located above. 

Adult $7
Senior (65+) $6
Student (with ID) $5
Youth (6-15) $4
Children 4 and under FREE
Family (2 parents with dependent children) $18
Group Booking 12 + $5.50 please call in advance to book

2022 Season Passes
(Pass Holder Full access June 1 – Sept 2):

Early-Bird Price Regular Price
Adult $25              $35
Senior $20            $30
Family $45            $55
Early-Bird sale ends at 11:59 PM on May 31, 2022

All prices include tax. General Admission and season pass payments are accepted by credit card or debit at the fort during regular seasonal operating hours or by credit card by calling 506-566-4592 for processing.

Special Events will be priced separately. 

Negotiated rates for volume discounts
Please call 1-506-566-4592 for more information.

We are dog friendly!! We ask that all furry friends are to please be on a leash when entering our gift shop and interpretation building.

Event Calendar

Workshops: Pricing varies, please check
Event Calendar

Begin your journey with the Place Fort La Tour video and then keep an eye out for Francoise-Marie Jacquelin and Charles de La Tour. They can’t wait to share their stories with you and will be happy to answer all your questions about life at the fort!

You may also see our blacksmith at work or one of the fort occupants making some bread!

Be sure to take some time to explore the interpretation panels around the site and connect with the stories of a bygone era.

Here’s where you will :

  • Go back in time more than 5700 years at the Where it all began: a shared heritage panel
  • See how the economy grew with the first settlers at the British Early Comers: The Economy Grows panel
  • Dig into the archeaoligy of the site at the Finding Fort La Tour panel
  • Meet the indigenous people at the Menahwesk: A Meeting Place panel OR Meet the Wolastiqiyik (Maliseet), Mi’kmaq and Peskotomuhkati (Passamaquoddy) people, members of the Waponahki (Wabanaki) Confederacy, at the Menahwesk: A Meeting Place panel
  • Defend the fort at the Defending the Way Inland panel
  • Sail into the harbor at the From Beach Point to Port of Saint John panel


  • Explore the natural landscape of the site at Marsh, Rock, and Wilderness All Around panel

You’ll be able to experience more of the Place Fort La Tour story inside the buildings with interpretation panels and displays when we open in June 2022.


Meet our team!

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Place Fort La Tour is a not-for-profit
organization and relies on volunteers
for several tasks. If you are interested
in getting involved, please reach out to us.

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Place Fort La Tour is a not-for-profit
organization and relies on the generosity
of our patrons, community, and public and
private grants. If you would like to donate,
please contact us.

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