Fort Beausejour National Historic Site is a star-shaped fort located east of the community of Sackville, New Brunswick, Canada on the Chignecto Isthmus overlooking the Tantramar Marsh. This 18th century fort was constructed by France in response to Britain's Fort Lawrence. In 1755 Fort Beausejour was captured by the British and was renamed Fort Cumberland.
Fort Beausejour National Historic Site adventures, and activities most enjoyed include sightseeing, walking, birding, dog walking, picnicking and photography.
It is an 18th century fort which played a role in the establishment of Canada's borders. The fort provides you insight into how we became Canadians. And then there are the scenic views too.
The more important amenities and services located in and around Fort Beausejour National Historic Site includes guided tours, interpretive guides, ramparts, information billboards, lookouts, historic battlegrounds, sightseeing benches, red chairs, and customed actors.