Top things to do in Southeastern New Brunswick

Historic Site in Southeastern New Brunswick

Fort Beauséjour National Historic Site

Sitting atop a hill overlooking green fields rolling down to the Bay of Fundy and across to Nova Scotia, this historical site is well worth a visit. Built in 1751 to hold back the British and later reinforced by the…
Amusement Park in Moncton

Magnetic Hill

There is a hint of nostalgia about Magnet Hill, one of Canada's earliest tourist attractions. It continues to draw crowds and is worth visiting purely for the novelty. Since the 1930s, motorists noticed they had to …
Museum in Moncton

Resurgo Place & Moncton Museum

This modern, engaging museum inside inside Resurgo Place follows the story of Moncton. Steer a car-cart over a giant floor map to see video footage and learn the history of landmarks and check out impressive artifac…
Cafe in Sackville

Black Duck Cafe

It's easy to understand why this is the most popular hangout in town. Hip and friendly with a sunny, device-free atrium, the Black Duck serves up yummy lunches like kimchi grilled cheese or strawberry and Brie panin…
Italian in Moncton


With handmade pasta in all of its variations, rich sauces and the option to add some butter poached lobster, roasted chicken breast or other scrumptiously prepared morsels to your dish all make this multi-leveled re…
Pub in Moncton

The Furnace Room

In an alley behind the Capitol Theatre, this leafy patio with big wooden barrel tables and strings of lights is a lovely place to while away an evening. Inside the pub has a comfortable rustic look with a glossy woo…
Market in Moncton

Moncton Market

Touted as one of New Brunswick's largest farmers markets, this is the place to be on Saturday morning. Stalls are chocked with fresh vegetables and produce, coffee stands, meals from around the world and sweets. Loc…
Vegetarian in Moncton


Busy, bright and welcoming with a bit of a hippy vibe, this vegetarian restaurant excels with unexpected dishes like lasagna and burgers. You'll also find filling salads, falafel plates and Indian-inspired dishes. F…
Bakery in Moncton

Co Pain Bread Company

Follow your nose to this amazing bakery for fresh bread, scones, raisin rolls and almond croissants. Cheese and sliced meat is also available for a full picnic.
Natural Feature in Moncton

Tidal Bore

Witnessing the tidal bore is something of a right of passage for tourists. As the giant tide rises in the Bay of Fundy, it pushes upstream against the flow of the chocolate-colored Petitcodiac River. The result is a…