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Greater Moncton, New Brunswick
Thomas Williams House, Moncton, New Brunswick
Culture & Hertiage-Moncton New Brunswick

Thomas Williams House (103 Park St.)
   Built in 1883 by Thomas Williams, treasurer of the Intercolonial Railroad, this elegantly refurnished Victorian Gothic home today is a fascinating "hands-on" museum. Call 857-0590 for more information.

Moncton Museum & Free Meeting House (20 Mountain Rd.)Museum-Moncton, New Brunswick
   The Moncton Museum hosts various traveling exhibits as well a permanent display that explores the history of Moncton from the days of the Micmacs to present day. The Free Meeting House, located beside the Museum, is the city's oldest structure and is restored to its original 1821 style. Open Monday to Saturday 9 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. and Sunday 1 p.m. to 5 p.m., with extended hours in the summer; Admission is by donation. For information, call (506) 856-4383.

Acadian Museum-Clément Cormier Building (Université de Moncton Campus)
   Open year-round The permanent exhibition The Acadian Adventure is a dynamic and innovative presentation of the history of Acadie in Atlantic Canada, as well as the history of its material culture. It is divided into two major parts: a chronological section and a theme-based section with aspects of everyday life and religious. Other areas deal with education and politics, as well as Longfellow*s influential poem, Evangeline, A Tale of Acadie. June to September: Monday to Friday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Saturday and Sunday 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. October to May: Tuesday to Friday 1 p.m. to 4:30 p.m., Saturday and Sunday 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Admission charged. Information: (506) 858-4088, .

Free Meeting House, Moncton, New BrunswickLutz Mountain Heritage Museum (3143 Mountain Rd. on Route 126)
   Built in 1883, the Lutz Mountain Heritage Museum houses records of 92 local cemeteries, extensive genealogical records of non Acadian pioneer settlers dating back to 1766, as well as other pioneer artifacts. Admission to this "hands-on" museum is free. Open Monday to Saturday - 10a.m. to 6p.m. Telephone (506) 384-7719.

Le Centre Culturel Aberdeen Coopérative Ltée (140 Botsford St.)
   Experience everything from theatre to painting, dance, sculpture, cinema, crafts, photography martial arts and more. Guided tours are available by appointment. Open Monday to Friday from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. For more information, call (506) 857-9597.

Atlantic Baptist University Baptist Heritage Center
   The Atlantic Baptist University Baptist Heritage Center; is located on the campus of Atlantic Baptist University 333 Gorge Rd., Exit 419, Trans Canada Highway.
   The Heritage Center collects and exhibits the material history of the Baptist denomination in Atlantic Canada from the past 200 years. Open all year round 9am - 9 pm. University Telephone 858-8970. University Fax 858-9694. Heritage Committee contact person Peggy Atkinson 859-4115.

Parkss-Moncton, New Brunswick

Centennial ParkCentennial Park, Monton, New Brunswick (Located off of St. George Blvd.)
   Situated in the centre of the city Centennial Park boasts 300 acres of scenic parkland, offering fun and recreation all summer long. Hiking, lawn bowling, horseshoe pitching and tennis are popular activities, while the large playground, complete with wading pool, is a favourite with children. Camp Centennial offers educational and entertaining day camps for youngsters. Families can also swim and sunbathe at Centennial Beach, complete with fine sand, change houses, canteen and lifeguards. Free parking, washrooms, picnic areas, and a seasonal canteen. For more information, call (506) 853-3516.

Mapleton Park (Located off of Gorge Rd.)
   Visitors to Mapleton Park, the area's newest park, can enjoy three distinct natural experiences. Offering something for nature lovers of all ages, this interpretative park is situated in the north west corner of Moncton.

Saint-Anselme Park
   From the the Rotary Pavilion to the Wednesday night concert series, Dieppe's Saint-Anselme park provides fun experiences the whole family can enjoy. For more information, call (506) 877-7946.

Riverfront Park
   Situated along the Riverview side of the Petitcodiac River visitors can enjoy the park's playground, picnic area and band stand as well as a scenic pathway which provides unique areas to view the tidal bore.

Family Fun-Moncton, New Brunswick

Magic Mountain Water Theme Park
Magic Mountain Water Theme Park-Moncton, New Brunswick   An exciting labyrinth of water slides is complemented by a mini-golf course, an arcade, gift shops and picnic sites. Visitors enter the park through the Empress of New Brunswick, a replica of a Mississippi paddle wheeler which houses snack bars, a lounge, and a viewing deck. Call: 1-800-331-9283 or (506) 857-9283 for information.

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Magnetic Hill Zoo
Zoo-Moncton, New Brunswick   The Zoo offers a diverse collection of animals from every corner of the world, including lemurs from Madagascar, gibbon apes, tigers and lion-tailed macaqucs from Asia, reeves muntjacs from China, lions and zebras from Africa, reindeer from Lappland and much, much more. Pet one of the many goats and other animals in Old MacDonald's Barnyard. For information call (506) 384-0303.

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Magnetic Hill Concert Centre
   Located in a natural amphitheatre within Magnetic Hill Park, this outdoor concert centre hosts events during the summer; Inquire at the park office for details.

Wharf Village
Wharf Village-Moncton, New Brunswick   Stroll through the Wharf Village and experience a traditional Atlantic Canadian fishing village. The shops offer a wide selection of gifts items including; local arts & crafts, nautical treasures, beachwear, flags, kites and native crafts.
   The Wharf Village Restaurant tempts your taste buds with affordable home style cooking featuring a $1.99 children's menu. Enjoy the ambiance of outdoor patio dining. If you would like a lighter snack, the Dairy Bar and Takeout are ready to serve you.

Mini-Train-Moncton, New Brunswick   There is nothing like traveling back in time and reliving a "little" of Moncton's Railroad history. Jump on board the Magnetic Hill Railroad and travel between all the Magnetic Hill Attractions in rolling style on an authentic mini steam engine. A 2km train ride gives you one stop parking for the entire complex.
   As the train hauls into the main station, you'll find a dramatic, domed reduced scale replica of Moncton's former Canadian National Railroad Station where snacks are available. All aboard!

Boardwalk (Across from Magnetic Hill Park)
   The Boardwalk is a sports enthusiast's dream. Race around the track with Go-Carts fun to set a new record.
   You can work on your swing for golf or baseball with our batting cages and driving range. Challenge yourself with a round of miniature golf. The latest attraction is giant bouncing trampolines.
   Maybe water sports are what you want. You can catch your own dinner in the trout pond, make waves in our bumper boats or visit water wars arena where the whole family can cool off on a hot summer's day.
   You can browse and shop at a variety of craft shops and boutiques.

Crystal PalaceCrytal Palace-Moncton, New brunswick (499 Paul St., Dieppe)
   Inside discover thrilling rides, an indoor roller coaster, 18-hole miniature golf, virtual Reality, 40-exhibit Science Centre, Lazer Tag, children's play park, batting cage, games of skill, video games and much, much more. Outside find more exciting rides, go-carts, games of skill and bumper boats. The Crystal Palace Complex also houses the Crystal Palace Cinemas, McGinnis Landing Restaurant, Taste-T-Treats, Chapters and the Best Western Crystal Palace Hotel. For hours, pricing, group rates and information call: (506) 859-4FUN.

Golf Courses-Moncton, New Brunswick
Golf Courses-Moncton, New Brunswick

Country Meadows Golf & Country Club
   (Catamount Park) - From Route 126, (6 Ion left onto Catamount Rd.) Facilities: 18 holes, driving range, pro shop, canteen and bar. Daily green fees. Tel: (506) 858-8909

Lakeside Golf & Country Club
   1896 Shediac Rd., (Route 134) Facilities: 18 holes, separate putting green, club house, pro shop, canteen and bar. Daily green fees. Tel: (506) 861-9441

Magnetic Hill Golf & Country Club
   Magnetic Hill - Exit 488 off TCH-1 Tee Time Drive (Entrance to Right of Hotel Moncton Driveway) Facilities - 18 holes, pro shop, putting greens, power cars, pull carts, club rentals, driving range (opening in '98), clubhouse, canteen and bar beverage cart. 18-hole and 9-hole green fees. Tel: (506) 858-1611

Maplewood Golf & Country Club
   Take Elmwood Dr. - 10 km, next to Shell gas bar past TCH overpass on lrishtown Rd. Facilities: 18 holes, pro shop, putting green and canteen. Daily green fees. Tel: (506) 858-7840

Moncton Golf & Country Club
   Off Coverdale Rd., Riverview Facilities: 18 holes, putting greens, driving range, pro shop, club house, restaurant and bar. Tel: (506) 387-3850

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