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As hoards of New Englanders work their way up America’s East Coast every summer, very few are prepared to travel a little further, over the border to some of New Brunswick’s eclectic towns. With its low-rise redbrick buildings, Moncton has worked hard to cultivate a sophisticated and thriving art and music scene. The first officially bi-lingual city in the world, Moncton has crammed Acadian splendor and a miss-match of cultures, ideas and attractions along the muddy banks of the Petitcodiac River.

Things to see

A children’s paradise, Crystal Palace is the largest indoor amusement park in the Canadian Provinces. Home to theaters, bookstores, weekly craft shows, and even a hotel, there are games, pranks, and rides to suit every age. The plentiful coffee shops and restaurants also mean that parents can relax whilst the kids play. One of Moncton’s most unique attractions is Magnetic Hill; stories about why, on this strange stretch of land cars seemingly ‘roll’ uphill is still in debate. For around $5 you try it yourself. With a capacity of nearly 10,000, Moncton Coliseum is a sprawling venue for a variety of sports, including ice hockey, basketball, and lacrosse. Here you can glimpse some of Canada and North America’s finest sports stars. The venue also hosts concerts and shows, but book early. If you want to get away for the day, head to lush green prairies and saltwater shores of Parlee Beach Provincial Park. Sand sculpture competitions, boat trips, and fishing lessons aplenty mean the park is the perfect place to gain some fresh air and take in sweeping New Brunswick countryside. The Acadian’s incredible 400 year history in the area is brought to life in the museums, historic sites, and living-history villages in the city center, while French, British, and Canadian restaurants interspersed between galleries and quirky shops provide a modern link to the city’s unique past.

Hotels in Moncton

As you might expect from a town that is tourist and traveler friendly, there are a plethora hotels in Moncton that offer guests a taste of multicultural Canada. The high-end and larger hotels offer spas, indoor pools, underground parking, and butler service as standard. If your budget doesn’t stretch that far, then check out the guesthouses and B&Bs, often run by local, friendly people, which offer central locations and convenient amenities such as WiFi and televisions.

Where to stay

If shopping and history are your thing, a hotel in the southern neighborhood of Dieppe is ideal. The area is the oldest part of city and puts you within strolling distance of the Coliseum and the Champlain Place Mall. For a real taste of city living, there are a variety of hotels on Main St, Moncton; here you’ll be close to all the local amenities, including the Magic Mountain Water Park and the Capitol Theater. With its lake-side location away from the city itself, the suburb of Sackville is perfect stay for outdoorsy types - you can take in the views of the shore of the Bay of Fundy from your window and hike, kayak, and canoe all day long, before driving the 20 minutes into Moncton for supper.

How to get to Moncton

For international visitors, the easiest way to get to Moncton is by air; Halifax Stanfield International Airport is 2 hours away in Nova Scotia and has regular, daily flights worldwide. Moncton Airport also serves some international visitors and also travelers from the rest of Canada and North America. From the USA the Trans-Canada Route is the I-95 through Maine to Moncton, and if traveling from Quebec, Route 185 to Edmundston takes you directly into Moncton.