Moncton Attractions

Moncton Attractions

Staying in Moncton means you’ll be close to a wide range of can’t-miss attractions. Pick a category that most interests you to start exploring!

Beaches
Beaches
Murray Beach Provincial Park
Murray Beach Provincial Park

An inviting seaside camping experience is home to warm saltwater beaches and a seashore explorer’s delight.

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Parlee Beach Provincial Park
Parlee Beach Provincial Park

Home to the warmest salt water in Canada, Parlee Beach is supervised, equipped with change houses, showers, recreations abounds and restaurant serving up local dishes.

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Aboiteau Beach
Aboiteau Beach

Come visit this “Class A” tourist attraction. Modern beach centre with washrooms, showers, changing rooms, restaurant, bar, entertainment, volleyball courts, playground, boardwalks and walking trails.

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Arts & Culture
Arts & Culture
Atlantic Ballet of Canada
Atlantic Ballet of Canada

An acclaimed Canadian ballet company with a focus on new works, collaboration and inventive creative practices that foster cross-sectoral innovation, learning and dialogue that interface with the community and the public in new ways.

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Capitol Theatre
Capitol Theatre

Located in downtown Moncton, the Capitol Theatre is an 800-seat restored heritage property. It now serves as the region’s premier centre for cultural entertainment.

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Lutz Mountain Heritage Museum
Lutz Mountain Heritage Museum

Heritage building built in 1883 housing over 6000 artefacts of local history; a genealogy centre (90,000 entries), cemetery and census records; and a community centre.

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Moncton Gallery
Moncton Gallery

The gallery predominantly exhibits the work of local and regional artists.

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Moncton Market
Moncton Market

The largest farmers’ market in southeastern New Brunswick. Open every Saturday from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. A great spot to taste-test all kinds of local and ethnic dishes, baked goods and fresh produce, and experience beautiful local crafts.

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Moncton Public Library
Moncton Public Library

The Moncton Public Library aims to meet the educational, cultural, informational and recreational needs of its users. As part of the New Brunswick Public Library Service, we provide access to a province-wide collection of more than 1.8 million items, 121,000 of which are on our shelves. Along with our collections, the Moncton Public Library offers hundreds of free programs and services.

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Musée acadien
Musée acadien

Founded in 1886, the Musée acadien de l’Université de Moncton features more than 42,000 objects and photographs. Discover one of the largest collections of Acadian artefacts in the world.

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Resurgo Place
Resurgo Place

The home of the Moncton Museum and Transportation Discovery Centre. We offer detailed information and tourism expertise to guests. Take advantage of a variety of free services to enhance your travel experience, such as travel assistance and counseling, access to maps and tourism guides, information about events, attractions and festivals, as well as free Wi-Fi.

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Théâtre l'Escaouette
Théâtre l'Escaouette

Since it’s beginning in 1978, théâtre Escaouette has been pursuing its artistic mission: represent, in a new way, Acadian realities through the creation and distribution of original pieces. It aims to provoke, to evoke reflection, to revive spirit, to question and to reflect the ideas that prevail in Acadie and in the contemporary world.

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Thomas Williams House
Thomas Williams House

Step back in time at the Thomas Williams House featuring exhibits, workshops, special events and the Victorian Tearoom where tea and light snacks are served.

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Mural Tour
Mural Tour

The Greater Moncton Area boasts over 32 large scale contemporary murals in and around the heart of the city. A mix of international and local muralists created this wonderful outdoor gallery, now yours to discover!

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Aberdeen Cultural Centre
Aberdeen Cultural Centre

A creative space that brings artists and the public together, working for the development of contemporary Acadia.

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Parks
Parks
Cape Jourimain Nature Centre
Cape Jourimain Nature Centre

On the edge of the Northumberland Straight in beautiful southeastern New Brunswick, this centre was created to protect and preserve the wild flora and fauna of the Maritime coast. Unique among Canada’s parks, Cape Jourimain Nature Centre offers state-of-the-art eco-sensitive technologies, allowing visitors unparalleled easy access to the environment without risk of disturbance or damage.

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Centennial Park
Centennial Park

Boasting 93 ha (229.81 acres) of scenic parkland, this urban park offers fun and recreation throughout the year. Summer activities include: swimming in an artificial beach, SuperSplash Water Park, hiking, wheelchair accessible playground, tennis, and lawn bowling. Winter activities include skating, snowshoeing and cross-country skiing on the longest lit trails in eastern Canada. TreeGO® features children, junior and adult treetop obstacle courses.

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Fundy National Park
Fundy National Park

Discover Fundy National Park like never before . . . Whether you’re exploring our shores for the first time or revisiting your favourite family getaway, expect the unexpected.

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Fundy Trail Parkway
Fundy Trail Parkway

The Fundy Trail Parkway opens up previously unreachable areas of the Bay of Fundy coastline and panoramic views. The 19 km (11.8 miles) trail begins just outside of St. Martins, New Brunswick and is less than an hour’s drive from Saint John or Sussex on Route 111.

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Irishtown Nature Park
Irishtown Nature Park

Canoeing, hiking and bird watching are just some of the activities enjoyed at this beautiful 890-ha (2,200-acre) park. Groomed cross-country ski trails are available in the winter.

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Kouchibouguac National Park
Kouchibouguac National Park

Discover a national park on New Brunswick’s Acadian Coast where lush mixed-wood forests lead to colourful salt marshes and warm ocean beaches. Offshore, golden sand dunes foster calm seas. At night, this Dark Sky Preserve is a celestial masterpiece. And in winter, it is a snowbound fun-zone...

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Mapleton Park
Mapleton Park

This 121-ha (299-acre) park in Moncton’s north end offers something for nature lovers of all ages. Featuring wide, accessible trails and more rustic trails, it is a haven for runners, walkers, cyclists, cross-country skiers and skaters.

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Riverfront Park
Riverfront Park

Offering 5 km (3.11 mi.) of multi-use trails, this park offers floral displays, benches and the Celtic Cross monument. The trail is part of the Trans Canada Trail system. Portions are groomed for winter running. Other points of interest include Bore Park, Settlers Green, Hal Betts Sportsplex, and the Treitz Haus Visitor Information Centre.

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Sackville Waterfowl Park
Sackville Waterfowl Park

Waterfowl, wildlife, boardwalks, and more than 3 km (1.86 mi.) of trails brings you into the heart of nature. Stunningly beautiful marshes and wetlands connected to the real adventure of experiencing outdoors.

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Indoor Adventures
Indoor Adventures
Casino NB
Casino NB

Visit New Brunswick’s only entertainment resort located in Moncton, featuring a first-class casino, entertainment centre and luxurious new hotel. Must be 19 years or older. Please Play Responsibly.

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Crystal Mountain Party Palace

With more than 80 arcade games, laser tag, party rooms, media rooms and a restaurant, come see why it’s Moncton’s indoor fun centre!

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Magnetic Hill Winery
Magnetic Hill Winery

More than just a bottle of wine! Sip award-winning wines, experience the historic 1867 restored property, vineyard, licensed patio, the million-dollar view, gift shop and B&B.

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Moncton Market
Moncton Market

The largest farmers’ market in southeastern New Brunswick. Open every Saturday from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. A great spot to taste-test all kinds of local and ethnic dishes, baked goods and fresh produce, and experience beautiful local crafts.

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My Gym

My Gym has developed an extraordinary program and facility devised to help children 6 weeks thru 10 years of age develop physically, cognitively and emotionally. We offer structured, age-appropriate, weekly classes that incorporate music, dance, relays, games, special rides, gymnastics, sports and more.

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Mystery Moncton

Our escape rooms are based on “escape the room” video games in which the player is locked in a room and must explore his or her surroundings in order to escape. We have taken that concept and have transformed that into a live experience. You and your team will be “locked” in a room and you must find clues, solve puzzles, and, most of all, work together in order to escape.

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Olivier Soapery
Olivier Soapery

Olivier Soapery believes that one size does not fit all. Each individual’s skin requires something different. The soapery has created natural skin care products to address everyone's skin’s needs, to restore and maintain pH balance and to help bring relief to symptoms associated with various skin sensitivities and conditions.

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Resurgo Place
Resurgo Place

The home of the Moncton Museum and Transportation Discovery Centre. We offer detailed information and tourism expertise to guests. Take advantage of a variety of free services to enhance your travel experience, such as travel assistance and counselling, access to maps and tourism guides, information about events, attractions and festivals, as well as free Wi-Fi.

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Room Escape Atlantic

A live version of the popular computer and cell phone escape games! This team-building experience will bring you and five other people together in a room where the door closes behind you, and you will have 60 minutes to escape. During your adventure, you will face puzzles that will challenge you to think outside the box, teach you how to communicate with others, and to solve problems in order to escape.

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Skyzone Trampoline Park
Skyzone Trampoline Park

Where family, fun and fitness come together!

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The Clayspace

Come and get your hands dirty at The Clayspace! Inspiration, encouragement, guidance, lessons, and workshops.

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USVA Spa Nordik
USVA Spa Nordik

Open 12 months a year, rain or shine, Usva is a unique experience that will immerse you in a world of pure relaxation, only 10 minutes from downtown Moncton! Whether you are looking for a relaxing moment, a refreshing dip, a good time alone, with your partner or with friends, allow yourself to discover the Usva experience!

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Wharf Village
Wharf Village

All are welcome at our family-friendly attraction, where tourists and locals alike can gather to enjoy unique shopping, delicious food, and tasty treats. We're working hard to create a warm environment where memories can be made.

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Lutz Mountain Heritage Museum
Lutz Mountain Heritage Museum

Heritage building built in 1883 housing over 6000 artefacts of local history; a genealogy centre (90,000 entries), cemetery and census records; and a community centre.

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Atlantic Ballet of Canada
Atlantic Ballet of Canada

An acclaimed Canadian ballet company with a focus on new works, collaboration and inventive creative practices that foster cross-sectoral innovation, learning and dialogue that interface with the community and the public in new ways.

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Théâtre l'Escaouette
Théâtre l'Escaouette

Since it’s beginning in 1978, théâtre Escaouette has been pursuing its artistic mission: represent, in a new way, Acadian realities through the creation and distribution of original pieces. It aims to provoke, to evoke reflection, to revive spirit, to question and to reflect the ideas that prevail in Acadie and in the contemporary world.

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Aberdeen Cultural Centre
Aberdeen Cultural Centre

A creative space that brings artists and the public together, working for the development of contemporary Acadia.

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Thomas Williams House
Thomas Williams House

Step back in time at the Thomas Williams House featuring exhibits, workshops, special events and the Victorian Tearoom where tea and light snacks are served.

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Moncton Gallery
Moncton Gallery

The gallery predominantly exhibits the work of local and regional artists.

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Musée acadien
Musée acadien

Founded in 1886, the Musée acadien de l’Université de Moncton features more than 42,000 objects and photographs. Discover one of the largest collections of Acadian artefacts in the world.

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Outdoor Adventures
Outdoor Adventures
Baymount Adventures
Baymount Adventures

A Canadian owned adventure tour company who aims to provide the highest quality vacation experience. With “the highest tidal paddling experiences on earth”, we offer many incredible and unique sea kayaking adventures in the upper Bay of Fundy.

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Belliveau Orchards
Belliveau Orchards

We are one of Atlantic Canada’s premier growers & suppliers of apples. We invite you to visit us and sample some cider or wine, have a snack in our orchard cafe or pick your own apples during our harvest season.

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Broadleaf Ranch
Broadleaf Ranch

A 800-acre, family-owned and operated adventure business located in Albert County, New Brunswick, in the heart of the Bay of Fundy! Broadleaf Ranch has been providing memorable experiences for over 50 years and three generations. The tranquil atmosphere enables guests to submerse themselves in Broadleaf’s soothing surroundings.

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Cape Jourimain Nature Centre
Cape Jourimain Nature Centre

On the edge of the Northumberland Straight in beautiful southeastern New Brunswick, this centre was created to protect and preserve the wild flora and fauna of the Maritime coast. Unique among Canada’s parks, Cape Jourimain Nature Centre offers state-of-the-art eco-sensitive technologies, allowing visitors unparalleled easy access to the environment without risk of disturbance or damage.

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Cape Enrage
Cape Enrage

The Bay of Fundy is one of the Marine Wonders of the World, with tides rising as much as 16.3m (53 vertical feet) over a 12-hour period twice each day. Cape Enrage offers one of the most spectacular views of the natural phenomenon from its towering cliffs. It has been a light station and fog alarm since 1838 and the current light tower is over 140 years old.

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Centennial Park
Centennial Park

Boasting 93 ha (229.81 acres) of scenic parkland, this urban park offers fun and recreation throughout the year. Summer activities include: swimming in an artificial beach, SuperSplash Water Park, hiking, wheelchair accessible playground, tennis, and lawn bowling. Winter activities include skating, snowshoeing and cross-country skiing on the longest lit trails in eastern Canada. TreeGO® features children, junior and adult treetop obstacle courses.

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FreshAir Adventure
FreshAir Adventure

Come explore our dramatic coastline! Paddle alongside cliffs that plunge from the green forests of Fundy National Park into the Bay, drift into the wave-carved sea caves, and take a rest on one of Fundy’s hidden beaches that are swallowed twice daily by the highest tides in the world.

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Hopewell Rocks
Hopewell Rocks

During low tide, visitors have seven hours where they can walk on the ocean floor to explore 2 km (1.2 mi.) of shoreline. At high tide, the water rises to fill the caves and turns the “flowerpots” into rocky islands! Walk the scenic trails, witness thousands of migratory shorebirds or kayak around the rocks. It’s no surprise that the Bay was the only Canadian contestant remaining in the New 7 Wonders of Nature contest.

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Kouchibouguac National Park
Kouchibouguac National Park

Discover a national park on New Brunswick’s Acadian Coast where lush mixed-wood forests lead to colourful salt marshes and warm ocean beaches. Offshore, golden sand dunes foster calm seas. At night, this Dark Sky Preserve is a celestial masterpiece. And in winter, it is a snowbound fun-zone...

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Le Pays de la Sagouine
Le Pays de la Sagouine

Dance, laugh and celebrate with the characters of "La Sagouine" at their charming village and you'll know exactly what we mean by Acadian "joie-de-vivre".

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Magnetic Hill
Magnetic Hill

Magnetic Hill is an amazing natural phenomenon that has been baffling visitors for decades. Be amazed as you drive your car to the bottom of the hill – put it in neutral – and roll back uphill! Incredible!

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Magnetic Hill Winery
Magnetic Hill Winery

More than just a bottle of wine! Sip award-winning wines, experience the historic 1867 restored property, vineyard, licensed patio, the million-dollar view, gift shop and B&B.

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Magnetic Hill Zoo
Magnetic Hill Zoo

Magnetic Hill Zoo is an animal lover’s dream. This award-winning attraction is Atlantic Canada’s largest accredited zoo, featuring a new big cat habitat for Amur tigers and leopard, and houses over 90 species from around the globe. Enjoy contact areas, daily presentations, educational programs, a large playground and events, like our NEW Wild Lights special event in December.

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Magic Mountain
Magic Mountain

NEW rides in FunZone and games in TekZone! Magic Mountain features SplashZone – Atlantic Canada’s largest water park. Get Wet! Go Wild! Family Fun! There’s something here for every member of the family.

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Moncton Market
Moncton Market

The largest farmers’ market in southeastern New Brunswick. Open every Saturday from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. A great spot to taste-test all kinds of local and ethnic dishes, baked goods and fresh produce, and experience beautiful local crafts.

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Murray Beach Provincial Park
Murray Beach Provincial Park

An inviting seaside camping experience is home to warm saltwater beaches and a seashore explorer’s delight.

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NB Explorer
NB Explorer

NBexplorer is an experiential tourism development company located in Moncton, New Brunswick. Created in 2016 by Justin Mury, the company works with businesses and individuals in New Brunswick to create high-quality experiences that celebrate New Brunswick's adventures, culture and cuisine.

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Roads to Sea Guided Tours
Roads to Sea Guided Tours

Roads to Sea Guided Tours is a nature-based tourism company offering guests a one-of-a-kind tour of New Brunswick’s magnificent Bay of Fundy tides and coastal landscapes.

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Shediac Bay Cruises
Shediac Bay Cruises

Learn all about lobster fishing from a local, then indulge in a mouth-watering lobster feast aboard the roomy Ambassador.

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Shediac Paddle Shack

Located in the Shediac Rotary Park (Big Lobster), our rentals allow you to experience the Scoudouc River with friends. Through our rentals department, we offer 1 and 2 person kayaks as well as stand up paddle boards. If you’re looking to hop on a paddleboard for the first time, we offer private lessons as well as group and corporate lessons. Lessons are available for all ages and all abilities.

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Moncton Skateboard Park
Moncton Skateboard Park

Moncton Skateboard Park boasts a concrete facility in the heart of downtown Moncton. Accommodates skateboarders and rollerbladers of all abilities. Free admission.

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Supersplash Park
Supersplash Park

A state-of-the-art outdoor water play park located in Centennial Park that the kids will love! Free admission.

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Tidal Bore
Tidal Bore

The Tidal Bore occurs twice daily in Moncton. The Bay of Fundy tides - the highest tides in the world - cause the placid Petitcodiac River to roll back upstream in one wave. Once considered one of the most endangered rivers in North America, the Petitcodiac River is now on its way to restoration.

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The Boardwalk

The Boardwalk, located across from Magnetic Hill, is one of Greater Moncton’s premiere attractions and is great fun for the whole family!

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TreeGo
TreeGo

Aerial adventure course offering a diverse and exciting experience. No matter what your age or fitness level, our courses are designed for fun and freedom.

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Wharf Village
Wharf Village

All are welcome at our family-friendly attraction, where tourists and locals alike can gather to enjoy unique shopping, delicious food, and tasty treats. We're working hard to create a warm environment where memories can be made.

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Sackville Waterfowl Park
Sackville Waterfowl Park

Waterfowl, wildlife, boardwalks, and more than 3 km (1.86 mi.) of trails brings you into the heart of nature. Stunningly beautiful marshes and wetlands connected to the real adventure of experiencing outdoors.

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Mural Tour
Mural Tour

The Greater Moncton Area boasts over 32 large scale contemporary murals in and around the heart of the city. A mix of international and local muralists created this wonderful outdoor gallery, now yours to discover!

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Fundy Trail Parkway
Fundy Trail Parkway

The Fundy Trail Parkway opens up previously unreachable areas of the Bay of Fundy coastline and panoramic views. The 19 km (11.8 miles) trail begins just outside of St. Martins, New Brunswick and is less than an hour’s drive from Saint John or Sussex on Route 111.

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Mapleton Park
Mapleton Park

This 121-ha (299-acre) park in Moncton’s north end offers something for nature lovers of all ages. Featuring wide, accessible trails and more rustic trails, it is a haven for runners, walkers, cyclists, cross-country skiers and skaters.

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Irishtown Nature Park
Irishtown Nature Park

Canoeing, hiking and bird watching are just some of the activities enjoyed at this beautiful 890-ha (2,200-acre) park. Groomed cross-country ski trails are available in the winter.

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Riverfront Park
Riverfront Park

Offering 5 km (3.11 mi.) of multi-use trails, this park offers floral displays, benches and the Celtic Cross monument. The trail is part of the Trans Canada Trail system. Portions are groomed for winter running. Other points of interest include Bore Park, Settlers Green, Hal Betts Sportsplex, and the Treitz Haus Visitor Information Centre.

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Parlee Beach Provincial Park
Parlee Beach Provincial Park

Home to the warmest salt water in Canada, Parlee Beach is supervised, equipped with change houses, showers, recreations abounds and restaurant serving up local dishes.

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Golf
Golf
Country Meadows
Country Meadows

The Country Meadows course was designed by PGA of Canada Life Member Doug Sullivan who has operated this complete, friendly, affordable golf facility just north of Moncton since its opening

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Fox Creek Golf Club
Fox Creek Golf Club

Since opening its fairways to the world on July 1, 2005, Fox Creek Golf Club has consistently impressed golfers from around the world. Golfers are amazed at the beauty and the high level of conditioning Course Superintendent Pascal Richard and his crew achieve. Fox Creek has become a must-see destination, hosting the likes of premiers, prime ministers, hockey legends and PGA stars with the Maritime hospitality guests and members have grown to expect and love.

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Fundy Golf Course
Fundy Golf Course

Challenge yourself to this par-70 course, nestled in the Dickson Brook Valley. This beautiful 9-hole golf course was designed by Stanley Thompson.

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Maplewood Golf
Maplewood Golf

Maplewood is a par 72 course that allows you to use every club in your bag. Our tee-to-green irrigation maintains lush conditions all season long.

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Petitcodiac Valley Golf
Petitcodiac Valley Golf

Nestled in the gentle rolling hills of the Petitcodiac Valley, the local golfing fraternity often considers this course to be the “gem” 18 hole course in the Greater Moncton area. A pleasant and friendly “down home” atmosphere, coupled with a spectacular and challenging 18 hole layout, Petitcodiac Valley is sure to meet your golfing expectations.

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Pine Needles Golf
Pine Needles Golf

Welcome to the one and only 36 holes golf course in New Brunswick! Since our course is home to two 18 holes courses, you can be sure to find a golf experience to match your skill level.

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Royal Oaks Golf Club
Royal Oaks Golf Club

Royal Oaks Golf Club was the first Canadian course designed by US Open architect Rees Jones, “The Open Doctor”, and built to US Open specifications. Royal Oaks opened in July 2000 to rave reviews for the outstanding golf experience provided. It is one of the most beautiful public courses in New Brunswick. Located in the hub of the Maritimes, it is only 10 minutes from the Greater Moncton Roméo LeBlanc International Airport and minutes from downtown Moncton. An 18-hole, par-72 links style golf club, measuring 7,103 yards from championship tees, Royal Oaks Golf Club is an award-winning practice and teaching facility. The Royal Oaks Clubhouse is a large event facility with all the amenities for tournaments, weddings, corporate events and any special occasion.

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Lakeside Golf Club

Lakeside Golf and Country Club, located on the Old Shediac Road, five miles from downtown Moncton, proved to be the dream of a lifetime for one man and a way of life for another. Dr L.H. Price was the man who dreamed of establishing a golf course on property he owned at Lakeside. Cecile Peak later established the Lakeside way of life. Both men, so different in many ways, had the same goal - to provide golfers and would-be golfers with a popular golf course.

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