The collection of buildings includes homes and farmhouses, a sash and door factory, a grist mill, a sawmill, a general store, a parish school, several tradesmen’s shops, and a reconstructed sailing boat. Kings Landing is one of Canada’s pre-eminent living history sites interpreting society on the Saint John River in the 19th century. Unlike many such sites which focus on a specific year or decade, Kings Landing shows the evolution of this society from its LOYALIST roots to the late Victorian era. The site is open from late May to mid-October .
Author DEBORAH WELCH AND MICHAEL PAYNE
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