Greater Moncton’s unique saga of growth and survival is vividly depicted through artefacts and photographs from the Museum’s own Heritage Collection. Come and discover Moncton’s past by visiting our permanent and in-house temporary exhibitions.
The Moncton Museum annually hosts three to four travelling exhibits coming from different museums across the country. These high-quality exhibits all have accompanying education material and offer various subjects and themes to explore.
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Memories from our community - invitation to share
Our beloved Moncton Museum will be celebrating its 50th anniversary in 2023!
Do you remember visiting in its earlier days? Perhaps you worked or volunteered here?
We’d like to gather some STORIES, MEMORIES and even PHOTOGRAPHS from our community. You’re invited to get in touch if you have something to share!
The Moncton Museum hosts a collection of artefacts and photographs recounting the region’s history. Many of these objects are part of the Museum’s permanent collection. This exhibit relates Moncton’s history from the time of the Mi’kmaq to today. There are treasures to discover from the period preceding the Deportation of Acadians, the time when agriculture was Moncton’s primary economic engine, the golden shipbuilding years and the railway era.
Reginald Ward Resource Centre
The Moncton Museum has a large collection of historical photographs and archival documents pertaining to the history of the Greater Moncton region. Genealogical records include printed census returns for Westmorland and Albert Counties, Moncton city directories and other related histories. The Museum has a research library for the use of staff and the visiting public. Those who wish to consult the archives are required to make an appointment by contacting Resurgo Place.
This summer, starting June 7, the Reginald Ward Resource Centre will be open for walk-ins from 1 p.m. – 4 p.m. on Wednesdays. Come do some digging! We have research files, city directories, local history books, old fire insurance maps and more!
Our collections assistant Alley will be delighted to help and show you around. 😊
Visits to the Resource Centre are FREE!
Simply ask about the program at the reception desk when you arrive.
For further information or to book an appointment on another day of the week in our Resource Centre, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or call (506) 856-4383