Take a guided tour of Moncton via trolley, on foot or on a boat where professional guides can give you an excellent synopsis of the area’s history and current day life.
Live life in Moncton to the fullest with our Moncton attractions directory. Explore the natural beauty of Moncton, learn about its exciting history, or take the family on a new adventure. Our Moncton attractions directory lists everything there is to see and do in Moncton. From rowdy family fun to a quiet afternoon in a Moncton art gallery, you’ll see what put Moncton on the map. Read through our Moncton attractions directory now for all the must-see attractions and events in Moncton.
Go into the Clément Cormier Building, on the Université de Moncton Campus to see the unique collection in the Acadian Museum.
Another museum-type attraction is also located on the campus of a Moncton-based university.
Cape Enrage offers visitors a variety of exciting things to do and see. You can rappel the steep cliffs along the Bay of Fundy, kayak around them at high tide, or you can go caving and search for fossils on the ocean floor.
You need to see this theatre to appreciate it! Restored to its original 1922 elegance, the Capitol Theatre is one of only 8 such theatres in Canada.
There are two major urban parks located in Moncton, and Centennial Park located in the center of the city, on the city's west end is a wonderful place to get a feel for the people of Moncton.
Athletics play a central part to life in Moncton. And the city has built various venues to support that priority.
If you go south of Moncton, for a little more than an hours drive on Route 114, you’ll come to a beautiful National Park.
Would you like to see one of the few remaining sand dunes on the northeastern coastline? If you do, come to the Irving Eco-Center, which is preserving this unique place on earth.
An hour’s drive north of Moncton on Route 11, you’ll see a wonderful national park. If you like hiking or biking, you must come here, as there are over 37 miles (60 km) of trails that wind throughout the park.
Built in 1883, this museum was originally a Baptist church built by one of Moncton’s most prominent families.
The tourism brochures explain the phenomenon best when they say, “Take your foot off the brake and be amazed as your vehicle rolls uphill!”
You’ll want to set your alarm clock so that on the Saturday you’re in Moncton, you have the chance to enjoy all the Marché Moncton Market Complex has to offer!
The Moncton Coliseum, a 7,000-seat arena, serves as a venue for major concerts and trade shows and is the home of the Moncton Wildcats of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League.
If you’d like to learn about the history of Moncton, from the days of the Micmacs to today’s present culture, then make sure you spend time at the Moncton Museum.
Riverfront Park is located in downtown Moncton, along the Petitcodiac River. It includes a great place to watch the famous Tidal Bore, in which the river is emptied and then filled again, in a matter of moments.
Go to 103 Park Street to see this gem. This elegant heritage home was built in 1883 for the prominent Monctonian Thomas Williams, treasurer for the Intercolonial Railway.
Most people probably don’t know what a tidal bore it; but after visiting the Moncton area, you can be sure they’ll have been impressed with seeing these incredibly high tides.