Discover the many natural wonders in and around Moncton, New Brunswick. Start by visiting Fundy National Park – a 206-kilometre expanse of parkland full of rare birds and marine life. Next, experience the highest tides in the world at Hopewell Rocks or relax on the beaches of Kouchibouguac National Park.

Then there is Magnetic Hill – one of the most fascinating natural attractions in Canada. Drive along a mountainous road where you can put your car in neutral and watch as it seemingly climbs uphill on its own! How is this possible? Just ask a local to explain.

New Brunswick is also home to the Le Pays de la Sagouine village, a wildly popular cultural attraction celebrating Acadian culture, largely based on the writings of author Antonine Maillet. Located on its very own island, the village offers live theatre, music, comedy and dance, all in an enchanting natural setting. Visitors here will discover the unique Acadian way of life, where evenings come alive with dinner theatre and musical shows. The whole cast of characters, accompanied by two house bands, will keep your fingers snapping and your feet tapping throughout your visit.

Those visiting in the winter can also check out the Hubcap Comedy Festival in February. Watch some of Canada’s funniest acts at venues across the city and relax with a good laugh.

Whether you’re looking for an authentic lobster feast, a place to golf and relax or some hopping nightlife, you’ll find it all here in Moncton.

Moncton is a fantastic destination for:

  • beach
  • outdoor adventure
  • golf

Airport served by: YQM

Destination basics

Pack appropriately for the season and you should be set for your trip to beautiful Moncton, New Brunswick. Of course, it’s always a good idea to check the forecast (and don’t worry – it rarely gets very cold here).

Warm, humid summers and cool, wet winters are typical of Moncton climate. Despite its maritime location, summer temperatures here average in the mid-20s C and have been known to climb as high as 30 C. Winter temperatures hover between 0 C and a few degrees, which make large snowfalls common. The area often receives 20 to 30 cm of snow along with rain and freezing rain, with most storms hitting the region from November until mid-January.

Average monthly temperature and average monthly rainfall diagrams for Moncton

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