5 Top-Rated Tourist Attractions in Moncton, New Brunswick | Canada Travel Guide
5 Top-Rated Tourist Attractions in Moncton, Canada
One of the largest cities in New Brunswick, Moncton is at the end of the narrow Petitcodiac River estuary. It is one of the tips of the Bay of Fundy, and the surrounding area is famed for having some of the world's highest tides. Moncton has a strong cultural scene with many visual and performing arts, as well galleries and fine dining.
The Acadian city is an important east Canadian road and rail junction, and has a French-speaking university. The French settled in the northern end of the Bay of Fundy in 1638, but the English destroyed their settlement a few years later. German settlers arrived here via Pennsylvania in the second half of the 18th century. Let's see five tourist attractions in Moncton, New Brunswick
1. Bay of Fundy Tidal Flow
2. Magnetic Hill
3. Hopewell Cape
4. Cape Enrage
5. Parlee Beach Provincial Park
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The Fort Ancient Museum is a fascinating place to learn more about ancient Native American culture. Fort Ancient is a very mysterious place with mounds that stretch for 100 acres with nearly three and a half miles of mounds! Archaeologists have fumbled a lot with this site and still have no clue on what this site was built for.
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