Attractions & Adventure
The Hopewell Rocks is one of New Brunswick’s top attractions. Walk on the ocean floor in the shadows of the majestic flower-pot rocks, unique formations carved by erosion over thousands of years. Time and tide have carved from the cliffs and coves distinctive sandstone formations topped with trees. During periods of low tide, you can walk 2 km of beach and explore several coves.
Parlee Beach Provincial Park
One of North America’s finest beaches, Parlee boasts the warmest salt water in Canada and has been awarded the Blue Flag international eco-certification. You’ll be amazed at the variety of activities offered at the park, including a supervised swimming beach, volleyball, ultimate frisbee, football, a sand-sculpture competition, and daily scheduled sports activities. The park’s seaside campground boasts over 210 campsites on a beautifully-groomed property. Restaurant on site.
Open all year. Summer offerings: walking, cycling trails, playground, splash park, dog park, artificial turf sports field, Centennial Outdoor Centre, event zones, basketball, lawn bowling, tennis, TreeGO, and swimming at Centennial Beach (supervised). Parking, washrooms, canteen and picnic areas on site. Winter fun in the park includes: lit cross-country ski trail, sliding hill, snowshoeing and lit outdoor skating surfaces (weather permitting).
Oval Skating Rink
Over 140 metres long, five metres wide (seven metres at both ends), the refrigerated skating oval can be used from December to March, even during mild temperatures! Located at Place 1604, behind City Hall, the oval also features evening lighting and music. Come skate in an enchanting setting. It’s free!
Magnetic Hill Winery
Visit our boutique winery, located just off the Trans-Canada Highway, and select your palate’s pleasure, feast on our culinary delights, picnic on our heritage patio, and revel at the panoramic skyline of the city below as we show you that the Magnetic Hill Winery offers you so much more than just a bottle of wine. Tour the 1867 historic property grounds and learn about the seven-year restoration project, as we tell you the story of our ancestors who made wine in this region.
Moncton has almost 100 kilometres of park trails and dozens of interconnected neighbourhood trails that can be enjoyed year-round.
Sky Zone Trampoline Jump Park
Sky Zone Moncton is focused on creating fun for all ages through active play. We offer many things to do right here in the Moncton area. Trampolines, Warped Walls, Dodgeball, Basketball, Ultimate Warrior Obstacle Courses, 3-Level Toddler Play Structure, & More! There is something for everyone at Sky Zone. In addition to the variety of things to do we have a restaurant on site offering a variety of pub style food options, smoothies, snacks, and a variety of drinks. We create a fun for the whole family experience at Sky Zone Moncton. Stop in and see for yourself!’
Festivals & Events
With a 7,200-person arena seating capacity and three exhibition halls, the Moncton Coliseum hosts local, regional and national sporting competitions, concerts and trade shows. Annual trade shows include the Boat Show, Car Show, Greater Moncton Home Show and Turner’s Christmas Show. Meeting rooms, a full-service restaurant and ample parking make it one of Atlantic Canada’s most popular sporting and event destinations.
Magnetic Hill Concert Site
Magnetic Hill Concert Site is one of the largest live music venues in Canada. The site has welcomed crowds of more than 80,000 people, and has hosted world-class acts including the Rolling Stones (2005), Faith Hill and Tim McGraw (2008), the Eagles (2008), Bon Jovi (2009), U2 (2011), Bruce Springsteen (2012), Nickelback (2012) and AC/DC (2009 and 2015).
Shopping & Dining
The Dieppe Market offers clients a direct contact with the producers of the food they consume. We are recognized for our international choice of ready-to-eat foods. Friday is a mini market.
Homey eatery serving an all-vegetarian menu of global cuisine, with fair trade coffee, beer & wine.