Castle Manor, Moncton, New Brunswick.

Castle Manor, Moncton, New Brunswick - what a gorgeous historic building

Downtown Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada

Main Street in Moncton, New Brunswick. Visited summer of Adam lived here growing up and also Toronto where he was born.

I don't miss this. The old Gunningsville Bridge (they tore it down and built a proper bridge). You would keep your eyes forward and try to stay in your lane hoping not to lose a side view mirror while crossing. If you had a larger vehicle, you should use the causeway instead :P

Here's the old Gunningsville bridge that used to go between Riverview and Moncton, New Brunswick

Downtown Moncton, New Brunswick

Downtown Moncton, New Brunswick

The Capitol Theatre, Moncton

Oh, the Drama! 3 Must-See New Brunswick Theatres // Warm your heart with shows that will make you laugh, gasp, smile and cheer “bravo!

Moncton, New Brunswick

Moncton, New Brunswick - 2013

Capital Theater in Moncton, New Brunswick

Capital Theater in Moncton, New Brunswick - so many memories of shows and our wedding in this place!

Wow! They're not playing around! He's drawing his gun and everything! (A special ops operative deployed near Moncton New Brunswick in 2013 to defend the fracking operation)

Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) officer and his dog during Elsipogtog protest October

Another angle of Castle Manor, Moncton, New Brunswick.

Another angle of Castle Manor, Moncton, New Brunswick.

Victoria Park, Moncton

Victoria Park, Moncton (Can't find a better picture)

Fountain and deer at Moncton City Hall (winter)

Fountain and deer at Moncton City Hall (winter)

Financial Center, Moncton, New Brunswick

Financial Center, Moncton, New Brunswick

downtown Moncton

See 250 photos and 1 tip from 387 visitors to Moncton, New Brunswick. "Downtown is definitely worth the stop if passing through.

Bald Eagle at the Peticodiac River to feed on the runs of herring and gaspereaux that go up the river to spawn. By © Tom in Moncton (Tom Shillington) via Flickr.com

Bald Eagle at the Peticodiac River to feed on the runs of herring and gaspereaux that go up the river to spawn. By © Tom in Moncton (Tom Shillington) via Flickr.com

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