The Best Landmarks in Moncton

Handpicked Top 3 Landmarks in Moncton, NB. Our 50-Point Inspection includes everything from checking reviews, ratings, reputation, history, complaints, satisfaction, trust and cost to the general excellence. You deserve only the best!


20 Mountain Road, Moncton, NB E1C 2J8

Since 1821

Museum, House, Meeting Room, Landmark, Historical Places, Architectural Buildings, Weddings, Meetings, Special Events, Simple Exterior Design, Massive Structural Framing Details, National Historic Site Plaque, Original Ceiling Beams & Rafters

This New England style meetinghouse is the only building of its kind in Moncton and its grounds contain the oldest burial site in the area - Visits are offered by request at the Admissions desk of Resurgo Place


Very beautiful and simple. Guests really enjoyed it, except for the warm weather Can be booked with the City of Moncton.
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103 Park Street, Moncton, NB E1C 2B2

Since 1883

Tourist Attraction, House, Landmarks, Historical Places, Exhibitions, Workshops, Special Events, Architecture Buildings, Artifacts, Square Frontal Tower, Spool Furniture, Windsor Chair and Morris Chair, Four-Poster Bed, Hougaard Dresser, Footstool in Master Bedroom & Accessories

Admission by Donation - It was also designated for its Second Empire architecture its level of preservation and its Victorian era interior design and d├ęcor

Wed - Sun 9:00 am - 5:00 pm Mon & Tue Closed

The Thomas Williams House, usually open on Canada day (July, 1st) allowing you to go around the home as they provide you insight into the homes past. Perfect if you enjoy History of sorts. The home is beautiful, and if nothing else... They have great cake to offer that day.
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3143 Mountain Road, Moncton, NB E1G 3H3

Since 1883

History Museum, Landmark, Historical Places, Architectural Buildings, Exhibition, Meeting House, Collections, Garments, Quilts, Household Implements, Tools, School Room Displays, Museum Tour & Cemetery

If you are interested in family research, they have marriage, cemetery and census records from 1770 to 1901 as well as local stories and newspaper clippings

Mon - Sat 10:00 am - 5:00 pm Sun Closed

Stopped at the Lutz Mountain Museum after we finished visiting with Magnetic Hill.This is a very over looked place and should be visited more as it is a little-known gem. We had a very nice older Lady give us the tour and you would be surprised with what there is to see. If you are ever in the area take the time to wonder thru this little gem. We were very surprised with what is in it. It is a old church turned into a Museum.

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