Welcome to the Atlantic Salmon Museum

The Atlantic Salmon Museum (Miramichi Salmon Museum) is a non-profit organization located on the banks of the Main South West Miramichi River in the Village of Doaktown. The museum houses a very extensive collection of artifacts and interpretive displays that tell the story of the sport of fly fishing, the life and history of the Atlantic salmon, and the heritage of the surrounding area.

Mission Statement
“To preserve and promote the cultural and economic value of the Atlantic Salmon resource to the Miramichi River and New Brunswick. We also emphasize the importance of conservation so this valuable resource can be preserved for future generations.”

From our blog...

Book Launch: 160 years of Salmon Stories

Book Launch: 160 years of Salmon Stories

The public is cordially invited to attend the launch of a new book produced by the Central Miramichi Historical Society (in  partnership with the Atlantic Salmon Museum) entitled 160 YEARS OF SALMON STORIES – THE ATLANTIC SALMON   MUSEUM’S HALL OF FAME. Where:  ATLANTIC SALMON MUSEUM, 263  Main Street, Doaktown When:   SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 2014 beginning at…Read more

Atlantic Salmon Museum Hall of Fame 2014

Atlantic Salmon Museum Hall of Fame 2014

DOAKTOWN – The Atlantic Salmon Museum in Doaktown, New Brunswick, will host its annual Hall of Fame Awards Banquet on Saturday, September 6th. The Hall of Fame Awards Banquet is the museum’s annual fundraising gala at which members of the salmon fishing and fly tying community are honoured for their contributions to the sport and…Read more

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