Zelda's River Adventures

Zelda’s River Adventures Ltd. is New Brunswick’s first eco-friendly, electrically powered, disability accessible, 260 square foot pontoon boat called the “Zephyrus”. Goddess of the gentle west wind. The tours depart from the floating dock at the Lighthouse River Center in Hampton daily.


Basic Tour

$100 – Four passengers for a 2hr adventure, $25/additional passenger.
$140 – Four passengers for a 3hr adventure, additional passengers are $35/adult and $25 for children under 12.
Minimum 4 passengers, maximum 12. All ages and abilities are welcome.

Full Boat Special

$250 for 2hrs or $350 for 3hrs (Up to 12 passengers)
To reserve either the Basic Tour or Full Boat Special, please call (506) 653-0726 to book in advance.

Meander A Twisting River

Every Wednesday night at 6pm (from June 27th – August 29th, 2018), board the Zephyrus for a two hour meander on the twisting Kennebecasis River. Zelda will entertain you with local stories and enlighten you about Stonehammer. Learn More!

Special 1-Hour Tour Days

June 16th – Non-perishable food item(s) or a monetary donation for the local food bank. This is an annual event held every 3rd Saturday in June.
July 1st (Canada Day) – $10/adult and $5/child under 10.
Please call (506) 653-0726 to reserve your spot!


In Season (July & August) Off Season (May, June, September, October)
Weekdays Sunrise to Sunset Monday-Thursday, 9am to 12pm & Sunrise to Sunset on Fridays
Weekends Sunrise to Sunset Sunrise to Sunset
May, through end October
Disabled Friendly:
In Season (July & August)
Seven days a week from Sunrise to Sunset
Off Season (May, June, September, October)
Monday-Thursday, 9am to 12pm & Friday, Sunrise to Sunset
Saturday & Sunday, Sunrise to Sunset
8am-6pm, 7 Days a Week
May through end October
Hampton Lighthouse River Centre
1075 Main Street
Hampton, New Brunswick
E5N 6G1 ~ Canada
45.5416133, -65.8365364

New Brunswick Museum

What is a geopark? What is Stonehammer? Where does our Stonehammer adventure begin? Who explored and discovered the geology of the area? These are typical questions we are asked and all can be answered here. Whether your tour is self-guided, interpretive, in the gallery or one of the hands-on Stonehammer experiences you will find the answers for yourself!

Explore, discover and enjoy all that the New Brunswick Museum has to offer! A visit to the New Brunswick Museum brings heritage to life. Join us and discover a world of fun, learning and wonderment. The Market Square Exhibition Centre offers three floors and 60,000 square feet of permanent and temporary exhibition spaces and a wide range of programs and events. The Collections, Archives and Research Library and Head Office are situated at the Douglas Avenue Collections Centre.

2018 Holiday Hours 12pm-5pm

*See sidebar for regular hours

Exhibition Centre

Family Day, February 19th
Victoria Day, May 21st
Canada Day, July 1st
NB Day, August 6th
Thanksgiving, October 8th
Remembrance Day, November 11th
December 27th to 31st
Closed March 30th, April 1st & 2nd, Good Friday, Easter Sunday and Easter Monday. Closed December 24th to 26th. Closed January 1st, 2019.

Collections and Research Centre

Archives and Research Library

Closed March 30th and April 2nd, Good Friday and Easter Monday. Closed December 18th to January 1st, 2019

Open Year Round
*Closed Mondays: November 1st, 2017 – May 15th, 2018
Disabled Friendly:
Exhibition Centre
Monday*, Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday
Thursday 9am-9pm
Saturday 10am-5pm
Sunday Noon-5pm
Collections and Research Centre,
Archives and Research Library**

Tuesday-Friday 10am-4:30pm
**Note: Access to the collections and the expertise of curators and other staff is available by appointment and through specific NBM programmes and activities.
Uptown, Saint John
Exhibition Centre
1 Market Square
Saint John, New Brunswick
E2L 4Z6 ~ Canada
Collections and Research Centre,
Archives and Research Library

277 Douglas Avenue
Saint John, New Brunswick
E2K 1E5 ~ Canada
45.2734691, -66.0647684
Stonehammer UNESCO Global Geopark