Moncton Travel Guide
Welcome to Moncton!Moncton has perhaps Canada's best collection of natural oddities. A few miles south of town, the Bay of Fundy's massive tidal surges throw the sea around like so much bath water. The tide is so strong visitors can watch the Petitcodiac River swell and reverse directions from Moncton's Riverfront Park. Also in town, Magnetic Hill puts our normal perceptions to the test. In addition to the natural oddities, the city is richly endowed with a longstanding agricultural, railway and industrial heritage. A solid collection of museums and art galleries tell of a long history and a culture that remains vibrant. For an evening's escape, visitors may want to catch a show at the Capitol Theatre which has been restored to its original 1922 elegance. A day trip to Rocks Park is a also popular adventure, as the caves and crevices invite exploration, but remember, leave before high tide.
This geological masterpiece is world-renowned for its gigantic waves, some of which are as high as a four-storey building.
Current & Upcoming Events [ View All ]
Looking for something to do in Moncton? Check out these current and upcoming events. If you know of an event that is not listed in the travel guide, please feel free to add an event listing (it's free).
- Psychic Medium John Holland and Aboriginal Medium Shawn Leonard
Mar 28 » Moncton
- Moncton Boat Show
Mar 31 to Apr 01 » Moncton Coliseum
- Spring cat show
Apr 01 to Apr 02 » Collishaw Auto