Helping preserve New Brunswick’s history for generations to come.

 
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The Visiting Cousins Program

Giving youth the opportunity to learn from the past

 
 
 
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Visiting Cousins Bursary Program

The Kings Landing Foundation’s Visiting Cousins Bursary Program provides full-tuition bursaries plus camp packs to 14 New Brunswick students each summer who have been recommended by their teachers for financial support to attend one of the week-long Visiting Cousins camps at Kings Landing.

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New Residence Building

The new Education Residence at Kings Landing will provide accommodations for up to 24 weekly summer camp children and will also include a commercial kitchen and a great room for dining and events. The building will be a central part of the experience for over 200 children each summer. In the shoulder seasons, the facility will be used by visiting artists, photographers, historians, writers as well as students and teachers.

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Visiting Cousins Alumni Campaign

If you were a Visiting Cousin or Visiting Kin over the last 40+ years, we’d love to hear from you! Tell us your story and mark your place in history at Kings Landing by purchasing an engraved pewter leaf on the Visiting Cousins Tree. You’ll be supporting the next generation of Visiting Cousins at Kings Landing!

 
 
 
 
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Annual Report

Dedicated to history.

We marked 2018 with a significant commitment to a new project at Kings Landing. And we raised a cup of tea to celebrate history with friends and supporters.

 
 
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Join us.

 
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