Neighbouring New Brunswick’s coastal marvels, the laid-back city of Moncton serves up an urban respite from your outdoor adventures across the Maritimes. Tucked between the province’s two coasts, this bilingual town invites travellers to explore Acadian culture and cuisine through museums and lively restaurants. Stock up on city vibes before setting out to warm saltwater beaches, pristine forests and famous geological wonders.
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Moncton is a must-see of any trip in the Maritimes! Visit Moncton tourist attractions like Magnetic Hill, the Moncton Market, or the Musée acadien. Things to do near Moncton: visiting Hopewell Rocks and the Bay of Fundy or beach-hopping along the Acadian coast (try the shores of Murray Beach Provincial Park or Parlee Beach Provincial Park). Find hotels in Moncton or choose from our packages!
MONCTON TRAVEL GUIDE
LanguagesEnglish & French
What to eatLike anywhere else in New Brunswick: lobster! And seafood! And all kinds of fresh local produce from Atlantic Canada at the Moncton Market or fine dining delights at Little Louis’.
What to bring backLocal or regional art from galleries like the Moncton Gallery, two different kind of bars (a locally made Bay of Fundy Breeze soap bar and New Brunswick’s very own Pal-o-Mine chocolate bar), a bottle of gin from Distillerie Fils Du Roy (the first Acadian distillery!), or artisanal goods from My Home Mercantile.
Fun FactConsidering Canada already boasts the reputation as one of the most polite places in the world, imagine how nice you have to be to stand out as the most polite. That honour goes to none other than Moncton, ranked as the most polite city in Canada by Reader’s Digest, so don’t forget to say please, sorry and thank you while in town.
Important InfoFor more information on all necessary travel documents and more, check Air Canada’s Travel Requirements page.
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