From breathtaking scenery and fantastic nightlife to awesome adventures and unforgettable family fun, Moncton, and the surrounding area is home to many of New Brunswick’s top attractions.
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The Atlantic Ballet Theatre of Canada
Casino New Brunswick is the province’s premier and most spectacular entertainment resort, featuring a state-of-the-art casino. The casino centre and resort hotel & spa are interconnected by enclosed pedways. The facility is approximately 10 minutes from the Greater Moncton International Airport and provides extensive free parking and full wheelchair accessibility.
2570 Mountain Rd.
Moncton, NB E1G 4R3
Toll Free: 1-877-859-7775
Explore the creative spaces of artisans at work. Step inside their interactive environments (ÉCONOMUSÉE) where their galleries are their workshops. You will learn about their history and handcrafted production methods while browsing their traditional and contemporary products in their boutique. No admission fees--just great times.
Atlantic Canada’s largest water park offers something for everyone. From kiddy slides to twister body slides and the 1⁄4 acre wave pool, this 8-acre family run water park is a must for your family vacation.
2875 Mountain Road, Moncton
Toll Free: 1-800-331-9283
This amazing natural phenomenon has been baffling visitors since 1933. Sit back and be amazed as you drive your car to the bottom of Magnetic Hill, take your foot off the brake and roll back uphill – Amazing!
Mountain Road, Moncton
Toll Free: 1-800-363-4558
The Magnetic Hill Zoo has a diverse collection of animals from every corner of the globe, including a variety of lemurs from Madagascar, Gibbon apes and Tiny-fanged deer from China, Cotton-top tamarins, lions, jaguars, and zebras! You’ll love our newest habitat “AMUR:” housing two of the most endangered big cats on the planet, Amur Tigers and Amur Leopards. Don't miss our daily shows, two animal contact areas and the award-winning Ecodome!
125 Magic Mountain Road, Moncton
The Tidal Bore
2014 Tidal Bore Schedule
(NOTE: The Tidal Bore schedule is the approximate time of arrival. The arrival time can vary depending on many natural factors. It can vary 15-20 minutes before or after scheduled time.)
A scenic phenomenon caused by the Bay of Fundy tides, the Bore occurs twice daily. The higher waters in the Bay cause the water in the placid Petitcodiac River to roll back upstream in one wave, which can range in height from 3 to 60 cm. Note the rapid range and dramatic change in the river itself; at low tide the muddy river bottom is often visible, but within one hour of the arrival of the Bore, the water level rises some 7.5 meters (25’) to fill the river to it banks. The Tidal Bore can be observed from many places around Greater Moncton. Visit the local Visitor Information Center located besides Bore Park in downtown Moncton for Bore arrival times.
Fun, freedom and personal reward are what TreeGO Moncton is all about. These aerial adventure courses offer a diverse and exciting experience within the comfort of knowing you’re attached to continuous safety cables. No matter your age or fitness level, our courses are designed for your pleasure in a unique outdoor environment.
811 St-George Boulevard, Moncton
Toll Free: 1-888-887-4646
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There is lots to see at Cape Jourimain: Spectacular views of the Confederation Bridge and Northumberland Strait coastline, an historic lighthouse, fascinating exhibits, all in beautiful natural surroundings. Our facilities take the environment into consideration and you can see how a “green” building works.
5039, Route 16, Exit 51 – near Bayfield
Toll Free: 1-866-538-2220
This centre was developed to preserve and restore one of the few remaining great sand dunes on the northeastern coastline of North America. At the same time, the centre provides opportunities to learn more about the dune and its ecology. Stroll on the 2-km (1-mi.) boardwalk with ramps and stairs to the beach. The sand dune stretches 12 km (7.5 mi.) across Bouctouche Bay as a result of the constant action of wind, tides and sea currents since the last ice age.
1932, Route 475, Bouctouche
Toll Free: 1-888-640-3300
The Kouchibouguac National Park boasts some of the warmest salt water north of Virginia. Take the family for an unforgettable camping adventure. Cycle along fantastic bicycle trails or walk along endless stretches of sand dunes. Interpretative programs are offered throughout the summer. A three-hour Voyageur canoe adventure offers an exceptional tour of Kouchibouguac's waterways and a close-up view of the Grey seal and Common tern colonies.
Journey back in time to discover New Brunswick’s unique Acadian culture! Here you will do much more than learn about history, you will touch it, taste it, hear it as it comes through theatre, music, comedy and dance. Come see why LIFE Magazine has named this as one of 100 most beautiful places on the planet!
57 Acadie Street, Bouctouche
Toll Free: 1-800-561-9188
Located just outside Bouctouche, The Olivier Soapery a living museum of the traditional craft of soap making in the early 19th century.
831, Route 505, Sainte-Anne-de-Kent
Toll Free: 1-888-775-5550
Shediac Bay Cruises was founded in 1998 by Eric LeBlanc as a way of sharing his passion for the lobster industry. Ron and Denise Cormier, who now own the business, know all about the lobster fishery: Ron has been a lobster fisherman for over 25 years, and Denise’s father fished lobster for over 50 years. Along with their two daughters, Renée and Chantal, and the experienced staff of Shediac Bay Cruises, Ron and Denise are eager to show you their region and the delicacies of the sea, showing you the old fishing techniques that helped shape a way of life in their region.
60 Pointe-du-Chêne Road, Pointe-du-Chêne
Toll Free: 1-888-894-2002
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Broadleaf Guest Ranch
Just 45 minutes south of Moncton, New Brunswick, the Broadleaf Guest Ranch has been providing memorable experiences, delivered in a unique setting, for over 40 years and three generations. They offer many adventure packages including (but not limited to) horseback riding, canoeing, and hiking.
5526 Route 114, Hopewell Hill
Toll Free: 1-800-226-5405
Described as the Best View in Canada, Cape Enrage lives up to its name and reputation as a full family tourism destination for sightseers, adventure seekers and history buffs. Here you can rappel (and zipline) from cliffs high above the Bay of Fundy.
650 Cape Enrage Road, Waterside
Toll Free: 1-888-280-7273
Fundy National Park of Canada
Fundy National Park of Canada encompasses some of the last remaining wilderness in southern New Brunswick. Here, the conifer dominated Caledonia Highlands roll down to meet the fog-generating Bay of Fundy. The tidal fluctuation of the Bay of Fundy is the highest in the world. Watch fishing boats come and go to the rhythm of the bay. Inland, explore lush forests and deep stream valleys. Three family campgrounds and roofed accommodations, a variety of recreational activities and over 120 km of hiking trails are all available in the park.
8642, Route 114, Alma
Toll Free: 1-888-773-8888
Walk on the ocean floor in the shadows of the majestic flowerpot rocks at one of the great marine wonders of the world. Truly one of Atlantic Canada’s most awe-inspiring attractions.
131 Discovery Road, Hopewell Cape, Route 114
Toll Free: 1-877-734-3429
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