Shediac's Giant Lobster, Shediac
Categories: Monuments, Landmarks, Tourist Spots
Pose with a larger-than-life crustacean at Shediac's Giant Lobster. Climb the staircase up this lobster statue and take in the little fishing town whose traditions it celebrates. Artist Winston Bronnum's 11 x 5 m (35 x 16 ft) sculpture in concrete and steel also includes displays explaining how it was constructed and moved to the spot. Take a stroll around the area to find quaint souvenir shops and picnic tables. The popular, easily accessible monument includes a parking spot and onsite restrooms. Use our Shediac vacation trip planner to add Shediac's Giant Lobster and other attractions to your Shediac vacation plans.
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If you are passing through or visiting Shediac then it only makes sense to stop by The Information Centre area a have a look and take some photos of The Giant Lobster. Young and old would probably get... read more »
We went later in the evening before sunset and no one was out there. I pictured 100s of kids climbing on it but we enjoyed it to ourselves. It's very large & great photo op. There is a lobster factory... read more »
Un gros homard fait de béton, assez drôle à prendre en photos surtout avec des enfants, avec la plage c'est l'attraction de la villeA large lobster made of concrete, funny enough to take pictures with children especially, with the beach it is the attraction of the cityshow original
The lobster festival is a tourist trap - beware! "Cheap" lobster for 10$/lb? Seriously? That same quality lobster costs 6.99$/lb in Montreal, just as tasty!!! This was the first time I went for the lobster festival and it will be my last time. Enjoy gouging tourists while you can, it won't last long. People will realize they're being ripped off. All the restaurants are extremely expensive, and the local motel owners will always refer you to their friends.
My kids loved climbing all over the lobster and posing for pictures on it. Nice area and several little shops around the area. It is made for tourists but it is a friendly place.
It's a giant lobster. There are some little shops close by. Enjoyed an ice cream sandwich by the water.
Best giant lobster I've ever seen. I felt right at home between its claws.
Well. Perfect postcard picture! Great souvenir shops around. Huge parking
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