around Moncton there r alot of coverd bridges
u can take a map at the tourist ceneter and drive in a trail that goes to alot of them
***this coverd bridge is in hartland and its longer than other bridges but thats the idea...
not much in moncton but there is the magnetic hill
u just release ur handbreaks and u see ur car going up hill by itself - nice thing - also they bulit around it a zoo and water park and other attractions
I think the place i would recommend the most is Shediac which is 20 minutes from here and is a beautiful sea side town. The beach is all white sand right on the ocean - spend the day at the beach... go into town on main street and eat a lobster and then off to one of the 2 drive'ins left in new brunswick for a double movie.
Fondest memory: Well I live here so the only real thing I miss when I'm away from here is my friends.
New Brunswick has a blend of climate typical of a coastal area and that of an inland province. Summers are typically warm and comfortable—but not too hot. Many pleasant but cooler days are experienced in spring and autumn. Temperatures are given in Celsius rather than Fahrenheit
Fondest memory: While not the most exciting thing in the world, for 2$ its worthwile to go on Magnetic Hill. Because of its location below sea level this optical illusion is ineteresting. You bring your car to the bottom of the hill, take it out of gear and you actually coast backwards up the hill!
Favorite thing: Not much more than an hour's drive south of Moncton is the Bay of Fundy, site of the highest tides in the world. While sitting over dinner in a quay-side restaurant, we watched the tide come in and raise boats which had been sitting on bare wet sand when we drove up and parked.