Centennial Park: Moncton's Tranquil Corner

Centennial Park is a beautiful and tranquil corner of Moncton, New Brunswick. It was first created as Centennial Square in 1884 to commemorate the 100th anniversary of Canada's Confederation on July 1st 1867.


History, Features and Highlights

Centennial Square became Centennial Park in 1908 when it was donated by James Ritchie to the City of Moncton as a public park. Centennial Park has been enjoyed by generations since its creation and continues to be enjoyed today with many things for people to do, including sports fields, playgrounds, an outdoor skating rink, walking paths and more!

The park is a beautiful oasis in the heart of Moncton and is home to Centennial Bandstand, which was erected as part of Canada's centennial celebration. The bandstand is a popular spot for concerts and events.


Nearby Attractions and Landmarks

Centennial Park is close to many other popular Moncton attractions and landmarks such as Magnetic Hill, Centennial Square (the city's birthplace), the Codiac Trans-Canada Highway and more.


How to Get There

Centennial Park is located on Main Street and Killam Drive in Moncton, New Brunswick. Centennial Park is located in the heart of Moncton at the corner of Main Street and Killam Drive. It is easy to get to by car, bus or bicycle.

Travel by Car: Centennial Park can be accessed from either Exit 13 off Highway 111 (Magnetic Hill) or Route 126, which runs along Main Street through Downtown Moncton to Centennial Square at Centennial Park. Centennial Park is just a short distance from Centennial Square, which can be accessed by exiting the Trans-Canada Highway at Exit 13 (Magnetic Hill).

Travel By Bus: The city of Moncton operates buses that run on regular routes throughout Central New Brunswick, including Centennial Square and Centennial Park.

How to Get There by Bicycle: Centennial Park is a short distance from Centennial Square and downtown Moncton.

Travel By Airplane: Centennial Park is located close to the Greater Moncton International Airport (CYQM), which has direct flights with major Canadian and US airlines and connections via its hub airports throughout Canada and the world. Centennial Park is also close to the smaller Moncton Airport (YQM), which offers regional and domestic flights.


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Why Visit Centennial Park?

Many reasons to visit Centennial Park in Moncton, including its history, beauty and tranquillity. Centennial Park is a great place to get outdoors, walk your dog or just enjoy the scenery – reason enough for many Canadians to visit Centennial Park in Moncton!

The park is also an excellent spot for sports and recreation with play areas, an outdoor skating rink, walking paths and more! Many events are held at the Centennial Bandstand, including concerts, festivals, and other events.

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