Tourism Region: Southeastern New Brunswick
Community museum with exhibits and collections relating to the history of the Greater Moncton area. Museum also hosts temporary and travelling exhibitions and is located adjacent to the Free Meeting House, a National Historic Site.
Artifacts, archival collections and photographs that relate to the history of the Greater Moncton area.
Approximate number of objects in the collections: 30,000
Small collection of decorative arts.
Small collection of portraits of prominent Monctonians.
Painting • Photography
Industrial Technology and History
Maps, Charts, Plans or Blueprints
Marine History and Technology
Military History and Technology
Toys and Games
Services & Activities
Guided tours available on request, bookstore,community outreach, heritage programs and workshops.
The Moncton Museum has a research and photograph policy that is availble on our website that describes our research services.
Archival Records •
School programs, summer and march break workshops, lectures, and heritage week programs.
Classes or Workshops
: Age 5-11 (k-6)
: Age 12-17 (7-13)(Quebec: Secondary 1-CEGEP)
Accessible by Public Transportation
Children's Activities or Services
Special Needs Facilities
: Wheelchair access
Other Guided Tours: Walking tour of historic properties in downtown Moncton available for group reservation only.
Volunteer Services Available •
Volunteer Training Offered
Number of Volunteers: 8-10
Activities: guided tours
Local Tourism Links
Rental of the Free Meeting House and the Thomas Williams House for weddings and other special events.