Launch of the 2014 Canadian Sculpture Competition

Click here for the details of this year's competition which is now moving to a biennial format with double the prize money!

More to See and Do In Charlotte County!

Click here to download your Festivals and Events Planner for 2013.

Membership Has Its Rewards!

Become a season passholder at Kingsbrae Garden and enjoy season-long access to the Garden, discounts at the Garden and a 25% discount on admission to other attractions. Get all the details here.

Kingsbrae Garden Honoured!

We are proud to announce that Kingsbrae Garden has been selected Garden of the Year by the Canadian Garden Tourism Awards. Click here to read more.

Garden Tourism Award


Getting Ready to Visit us?

Check out a free iPhone app which will tell you all about St. Andrews, the surrounding area, and Kingsbrae Garden! Get it by clicking here.

Also, you might take a few minutes to watch this video about our quaint and historic town, St. Andrews by-the-Sea. It's a great introduction to the attractions of our town, pepared by our friends at Bay of Fundy Tourism.

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View our videos on Kingsbrae Garden's YouTube channel

Welcome to the Garden!

Kingsbrae Garden is looking forward to its 2014 season. Please join us from May 16 to October 11. The Garden will once again be open in the evenings until at least 8 pm as long as daylight lasts. Please check here for specific times as the season progresses.

The magnificent 27-acre horticultural garden has much to offer, with over 50,000 perennials in many themed gardens, engaging animals, an annual National Sculpture Competition, ponds, streams, old-growth Acadian forest, activities for children and much more. Come and tour for yourself to see what has prompted this and numerous other awards Kingsbrae Garden. There is something for everyone!

For a more in-depth idea of what awaits you, take a look at the Garden tour.

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