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Moncton, senior friendly city

Moncton, senior friendly city

If you’re looking to get away and enjoy senior-friendly activities, why not visit Moncton? Our city has a plenty of fun options for seniors, and we would love to host you!


Senior Friendly Shopping
Looking for safe and accessible shopping options in the Moncton area? Moncton has a variety of senior-friendly businesses that are waiting to welcome you. Look for the Senior Friendly logo on the entrance door of local businesses.

Senior Friendly Logo


Moncton Market
Speaking of shopping! Join us at the Moncton Market every Saturday from 8am to 1pm and grab a fresh breakfast or lunch to-go, and some beautiful handmade gifts. You’ll find a wide assortment of locally crafted goods, freshly prepared foods, wholesome farm produce and a friendly atmosphere at the Moncton Market. Located at 120 Westmorland Street, in the heart of downtown Moncton.


Stroll Safely in a Park
Did you know? Moncton’s Fairview Knoll Park has a senior friendly paved trail with a walking railing, a loop to walk, and trail lengths for any levels of fitness. Come out and enjoy the sunshine while staying active! Fairview Knoll Park is located at 111 Fairview Knoll Drive in Moncton. For details, check out the Outdoor Fun Map on the City of Moncton website.


Resurgo Place

  • Senior Wednesdays: Seniors aged 60+ enjoy the regular admission rate at half the price every Wednesday at Resurgo Place.
  • New Exhibit: You won’t want to miss Weaving Cultural Identities! Put on by the Vancouver Biennale, this exhibit brings together Indigenous and migrant communities through storytelling and weaving. On display at Resurgo Place from May 8 to August 22, 2021.


MR21 Museum at the Cathédrale Notre-Dame-de-l’Assomption
Did you know? The historical Cathédrale Notre-Dame de l’Assomption located in downtown Moncton houses the new MR21 Museum. MR21 stands for Monument for Recognition in the 21st century. MR21 is an interpretation centre that uses cutting-edge digital technology to help visitors discover the heritage gem that is the cathedral and learn about this captivating facet of Acadian history!