About The Park

Interpretive Centre

Interpretive Centre

We place a special emphasis on education at the Hopewell Rocks. Our self-directed multi-media exhibit is an informative and essential enhancement to your visit.

Through life-sized sculptures, colourful displays, videos and dioramas, you will learn about the Bay of Fundy geology, tides and wildlife, as well as other fascinating facts about the Fundy coastal area. Interpretive panels on each of the viewing decks throughout the park help our visitors to better understand the unique Fundy ecosystems and the cultural history of Albert County.

As well, you’ll find friendly and knowledgeable interpreters throughout the park to directly answer your questions or give assistance.

Within the Interpretive Centre, you’ll find the following:

  • Educational multi-media exhibit
  • High Tide Café and outside deck
  • Tidal Treasures Gift Shop
  • Clean washrooms with infant change station
  • Visitor Services Desk
  • Tickets for shuttle service
  • Tourist information for the area

Staff at our receptions desk will be happy to answer your questions or provide you with maps, brochures and additional tourism information for our area.

 

Some of our exhibit panels:

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Season Dates 2020

May 15th – June 19th                  9 am to 5 pm

June 20th – Aug 21st                   8 am to 8 pm

Aug 22nd – Sep 7th                      8 am to 6 pm  

Sep 8th – Oct 12th                        9 am to 5 pm    

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