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Walk to golf and entertainment in Kingswood Park

At Radisson Kingswood Hotel & Suites, you don’t have to leave the premises to find fun things to do. Only seven kilometers from downtown Fredericton, our hotel is next door to the Kingswood Entertainment Centre, a massive kid-friendly facility with more than a day’s worth of activities. Keep clients engaged at the award-winning golf course on site, or peruse shopping centers like Regent Mall, Kings Place Mall and Corbett Centre, all within 15 minutes of the hotel. Want to enjoy Fredericton’s cultural attractions? Visit Beaverbrook Art Gallery and the Historic Garrison District, both about eight kilometers away.

Family fun:

  • Kingswood Entertainment Centre (on site)
    With 30 lanes of candlepin bowling, laser tag, a kids’ play zone, a six-meter-tall playground and more, you can spend all day at this entertainment epicenter, located on site at Kingswood Park. 
    Phone: +1 (506) 444-9503
  • South Riverfront Trail (6.7 km)
    Stroll alongside the St. John River with your loved ones on this 3.6-kilometer trail. If you would like a bit more exercise, you can cross the wooden Bill Thorpe Walking Bridge to explore South Devon.
  • Science East (7.9 km)
    Housed in the former York County Gaol building, Science East is the only hands-on science museum in New Brunswick. Check out the building’s gorgeous Georgian architecture dating back to 1842.
    Phone: +1 (506) 457-2340


  • Kingswood Golf Course (on site)
    Spend a morning at the award-winning Kingswood Golf Course, featuring a nine-hole executive course and an 18-hole course with more than 6,400 meters of manicured fairways and greens.
    Phone: +1 (506) 443-3334
  • New Brunswick Sports Hall of Fame (7.5 km)
    Traveling with a sports team? Take a group tour of the New Brunswick Sports Hall of Fame. Here, you can learn more about the athletes, teams and coaches who have made significant contributions to competitive sports in New Brunswick. 
    Phone: +1 (506) 453-3747


  • Regent Mall (6 km)
    After much-needed retail therapy at Sears, H&M and Chapters, catch the latest blockbuster at the on-site movie theatre or head to the food court for a quick meal.
    Phone: +1 (506) 462-0350
  • The Corbett Centre (6.3 km)
    The Corbett Centre is a pedestrian-friendly outdoor shopping complex featuring stores like Winners and Gap, as well as dining options like East Side Mario’s and Montana’s BBQ & Bar.
  • Kings Place Mall (7.3 km)
    Downtown Fredericton’s premier shopping destination, Kings Place Mall boasts more than 30 businesses, including Bellezza Lingerie, Samuel & Co. and Sorella Spa.
    Phone: +1 (506) 458-8395
  • Fredericton Boyce Farmers Market (7.6 km)
    Join more than 250 indoor and outdoor food suppliers at this vibrant farmers market. Fredericton-area vendors gather every Saturday morning to supply the community with fresh and healthy ingredients.
    Phone: +1 (506) 451-1815

Arts and culture:

  • The Fredericton Playhouse (8 km)
    Get your tickets to a show at the historical Fredericton Playhouse, which hosts music, comedy and dance performances by local and international artists. 
    Phone: +1 (506) 458-8344
  • Beaverbrook Art Gallery (8.1 km)
    Opened in 1959 as a gift from Lord Beaverbrook to the City of Fredericton, this art gallery features works by Canadian masters like Cornelius Krieghoff.
    Phone: +1 (506) 458-2028

Local landmarks:

  • Historic Garrison District (7.6 km)
    Watch the Changing of the Guard, play a game of croquet and catch a family-friendly reenactment by Fencibles Theatre in the Historic Garrison District, located in the heart of downtown.
    Phone: +1 (506) 460-2041
  • Fredericton Convention Centre (7.9 km)
    An impressive 3,345-square-meter meeting complex in downtown Fredericton, this convention center offers state-of-the-art design with inviting maritime decor.
    Phone: +1 (506) 460-2770
  • Legislative Assembly Building (8.1 km)
    During the summer and winter months, you can take a tour of the historic Legislative Assembly Building, built more than 130 years ago near the bank of the St. John River.
    Phone: +1 (506) 453-2527
  • Christ Church Cathedral (8.5 km)
    Completed in 1853, this stunning Gothic Revival-style cathedral serves the area’s Anglican population. Stop by the church to see its iconic steeple and restored sanctuary.
    Phone: +1 (506) 450-8500
  • Kings Landing (29 km)
    Peruse the 70,000 artifacts in the museum’s 40 exhibitions before visiting the Kings Landing village to see reenactors, go horseback riding and roam the Children’s Play Park.
    Phone: +1 (506) 363-4999