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Don't fritter away your precious holidays binge-watching episodes of Friends and trying to figure out if your favourite is Joey or Phoebe. Venture out into the real world and discover what Moncton is all about!
The population of this city is 87,000.
The provincial capital, Fredericton, lies 140 kilometres west of this destination, while Irishtown is located 11 kilometres north.
If you're travelling with enthusiastic kids, an outing to Magic Mountain Water Park should wear them out!
Eager to encourage your kids' curiosity about the world of wildlife? Take them on a trip to the Magnetic Hill Zoo, where inquisitive young minds will discover what an animal loves to eat, the sounds it makes and a whole lot more!
Head out of town for the day and treat yourself to a bit of wine tasting at the Magnetic Hill Winery. Don't forget to grab a bottle of the most delicious drop before you leave!
Start a big night out with some high-stakes action and bright, sparkling lights at the Casino New Brunswick. It's an excellent place to get the festivities happening!
Roll out a blanket and watch the clouds pass overhead at a green oasis like Shediac Island and Irving Arboretum. Irishtown Nature Park and Chatellerault Place are a few more spots where you can experience a little greenery.
You probably already know about its best shopping centres or squares, but don't forget that Moncton has some remarkable natural sanctuaries too. Magnetic Hill and Parlee Beach Provincial Park are two names to keep in mind. For those who haven't quite had their fix, Rotary Park and Mapleton Park are two more worth experiencing.
If it's bucketing down, stop at Curio Antiques and Art Gallery. With such a great range of unique artefacts, you may even find out something new too! The New Brunswick Railway Museum and the Campbell Carriage Factory Museum are also highly recommended. Ask about guided tours to make the most of your time.
For a day of exploration, make your way over to the Acadian Museum. Here you can learn about a variety of intriguing and bizarre things.
You'll feel inspired as your eyes roam around the bold artworks gracing the walls of the Heron Bay Gallery.
Take a fascinating journey into days gone by at the Lutz Mountain Heritage Museum and the Kent Museum. Both sites pride themselves on making the region's lively history entertaining and relevant to audiences.
Go back in time by exploring the Honore Melanson Village Plaque and Maison Historique Pascal-Poirier. They're fantastic places to get a real sense of Moncton's history. If you're hungry for more, the Shediac's Giant Lobster and Steeves House Museum are also worthwhile attractions.
Go for a walk along the border walls and get to know the turbulent history of Fort Beausjour National Historic Site, a structure that was instrumental in the defence of this area.
Tap into a connection with something much bigger than yourself at Saint-Anselme Church, a popular attraction with many spiritually inquisitive travellers.
Protruding high above the land and sea, Pointe du Chene Range Lighthouse and Cocagne Range Front Lighthouse are eye-catching structures. If you're interested in learning how these amazing buildings helped provide safe passage for mariners through rough waters, why not ask the locals if there are any tours scheduled while you're there? Dixon Point Range Lighthouse and Pointe a Jerome Range Lighthouse are two more close by.
Whether you have a fascination for higher learning or an admiration for contemporary architecture, the Mount Allison University and the University of Moncton ought to be on your itinerary. Check in advance for open days, guided tours and any other happenings.
Whether you're chasing the ultimate souvenir or a delicious bite to eat, Champlain Place Mall and Moncton Market are where you'll want to go. If you're keen for some more retail therapy, Dieppe Market also features an excellent range of options.
The Moncton Capitol Theatre and the Pays de la Sagouine are some popular venues. Why not ask the locals what's going on and make a night of it?
When you are exploring new places, keep in mind that it's sometimes the less flashy destinations that'll stick in your memories once you're home. A couple of places which fit that bill here are Pointe-du-Chene Wharf and the East Coast Karting. Don't forget to swing by theatre L'Escaouette and Dieppe City Hall either.
The sooner you get your hands on your Moncton hotel, the sooner you can start planning out your envy-inducing adventures! With no fewer than 30 digs to choose from, it'll be a piece of cake finding the right place.
Whether you're looking for the basics or the whole shebang, Moncton has you sorted! For a bed that's easy on the budget, you can't go past the Econo Lodge Moncton, located at 1905 Main St, or the Coastal Inn Moncton/Dieppe, at 502 Kennedy Street. Or would you rather spend your holiday in more luxurious surrounds? Prepare to be treated like royalty at the Rustic Urban Retreat or the Bower on Elmwood.
^Savings based on all package bookings made with Flight + Hotel on lastminute.com.au from January 1, 2019 to December 31, 2019, as compared to the price of the same components booked separately. Savings will vary based on origin/destination, length of trip, stay dates and selected travel supplier(s). Savings not available on all packages.