It may be cold outside – but there are many indoor activities to do in Moncton once you are done filling your lungs with the chilly winter air. There are plenty of ways to warm up once the temperature drops, you can take the family to an activity centre, take in a show, see the latest museum exhibit, or just learn about the local culture. If you want to have some warm, indoor fun in Moncton this winter or when Moncton is experiencing wet rainy weather, check out the places listed below.
Things to Do Indoors in Moncton: Entertainment Centres, Attractions & Playgrounds
Home to the Moncton Museum and the Transportation Discovery Centre, Resurgo Place is the place to visit if you want to explore science and Moncton’s history. Check out the travelling exhibits because they always have something new to see and learn. Details
20 Mountain Road, Moncton
Atlantic Canada’s top entertainment and trade show location, the Moncton Coliseum hosts the best international shows, concerts, sporting events, and trade shows. The rink also hosts many public skating events in the winter.
377 Killam Drive, Moncton
Work off extra energy when you bounce around at Sky Zone. Along with the foam zone and bouncing areas, Sky Zone Moncton is now home to a Virtual Reality Studio. Check out the events to see what is going on and if there are specials to save some money. Details
40 Champlain Street, Dieppe
Casino New Brunswick
Come for a show, stay for the food and games. Casino New Brunswick is the indoor ‘fun capital’ for adults. Many of the best shows take place on the stage here. Details
21 Casino Drive, Moncton
Room Escape AtlanticHow good are your problem and puzzle solving skills? Find out and see if you can escape in time at the Room Escape Atlantic. Pick from a variety of themes, find the clues and solve the puzzles to get out in time. They just opened their board game center, so you can play old favourites or try new board games before or after trying the Escape room. Details
355 Dieppe Blvd, Dieppe
Aberdeen Cultural Centre
The heart of Moncton’s Francophone cultural life, the Aberdeen Cultural Centre is known for its role in the development of both media and visual arts in the region. The centre is home to 12 Acadian organizations. The centre also showcases both local and international media in their two galleries.
140 Botsford Street, Moncton
Atlantic Ballet of Canada
This acclaimed Canadian ballet company is known for putting on amazing shows, and giving dancers the chance to work with accomplished teachers. The dance company travels to showcase the hard work of the dancers and those who support them behind the scenes.
68 Highfield Street, Suite 200, Moncton
Located in City Hall, the Moncton Galley showcases local and regional artists. This free gallery offers a glimpse of the creative talent that lives in the area.
655 Main Street, Moncton
Can you beat the clock and escape the room? Pick from three themed rooms and test your problem solving skills. The rooms are funner with a few people, so bring some friends and family along with you to test your team work skills.
94 Lewisville Road, Moncton
Crossman Community Centre & Kay Arena
The place to go if you are looking to stay active while staying inside. The centre is home to a rink, gym, walking track and meeting rooms.
99 Wynwood Drive, Moncton
The ClayspaceGet your hands dirty, and make your own pottery at The Clayspace. Learn how to make your own pieces from start to finish. They also offer pre-made items for you to buy to take home with you.
647 Mountain Road, Moncton
See a show at the beautiful Capitol Theatre. The stage welcomes local, regional, and international artists and shows. The theatre always has a show to enjoy.
811 Main Street, Moncton
Theatre l’Escaouette represents Acadian realities through the creation and distribution of original theatre pieces. Each season offers something different to explore and celebrate Acadian culture.
170 Botsford Street, Moncton
USVA Spa Nordik
Just a short ten-minute drive from downtown Moncton is the USVA Spa. This luxurious spa is the perfect place to relax and reconnect with yourself. Try the thermal experience year round, relax with a soothing massage or enjoy a delectable meal at the bistro.
774 Front Mountain Road, Moncton
Aquatic and Sports Centre
Take a dip in the pool at the Dieppe Aquatic and Sports Centre. There are public swim times from Tuesdays to Sundays. The sauna is also open during the regular swim schedule.
111 Aquatique Street, Dieppe
Centre de Arts et De La Culture De DieppeCelebrating the Francophone community and culture of Dieppe, the Centre De Arts et De La Culture De Dieppe stage has welcomed local and regional artists to its stage. Explore the unique culture of the area and watch amazing shows at the Centre of Arts and Culture.
331, avenue Acadie, Dieppe
Dieppe is home to New Brunswick’s largest shopping centre. CF Champlain is home to 140 retailers, making it the must place to shop if you are in the area. Plan to spend a few hours at the mall because there is so much to see and places to shop.
477 Paul Street, Dieppe
The king pin of bowling in the Maritimes, Bowlarama is the place to go if you are looking to play some bowling and arcade games. The lines are full of bowling fun, and there is even a bar if you are looking for some drinks.
476 Rue Gauvin, Dieppe
Crystal Mountain Party PalaceIf you want to have hours of fun, look no further than Crystal Mountain Party Palace. Home to many arcade games to win tickets on, Crystal Mountain can keep all ages entertained for hours. Just make sure to buy some tokens because the machines use tokens instead of quarters.
409 Elmwood Drive, Moncton
Pat Crossman Memorial Aquatic Centre
Take a quick dip or do some laps at the Pat Crossman Memorial Aquatic Centre. They offer public swims, lane swims, and aqua fitness lessons.
400 Whitepine Road, Riverview
Riverview Indoor Skatepark
Weather doesn’t stop the skateboarding at Riverview Indoor Skatepark. Alongside the indoor skatepark, the centre has a youth centre where kids spend time hanging out with friends, do some homework, and learn new skills at.
145 Lakeside Drive, Riverview
Home of the Moncton Wildcats and the Moncton Magic, the Avenir Centre is Moncton’s largest multi-use facility. Along with sporting events, the centre also hosts a variety of national and international shows and events.
150 Canada Street, Moncton
Superior Propane Centre
Home to four year-round, standard size ice surfaces, the Superior Propane Centre is the place to be year round for skaters. The rink is located on the CN Sportplexe grounds, the centre is surrounded by walking trails, ten baseball fields and six soccer fields.
55 Russ Howard Drive, Moncton
YMCA of Greater Moncton
Take a dip in not one but three pools at the YMCA. If you are looking to get fit, they also offer a variety of fitness classes, and a modern fitness area to workout in. There are so many fun activities for you to try and new skills for you to learn at the YMCA.
30 War Veterans Avenue, Moncton
Dieppe MarketOpen year-round, The Dieppe Market is ‘the place’ to be on Saturday mornings if you want to pick up your own farm-fresh produce. There is also an Express Market on Friday night.
232 Gauvin Road, Dieppe
Over 100 vendors head to the Moncton Market on Saturday mornings, year-round. So, spend a day at the market picking up farm-fresh produce, great pre-made foods, and local artisan-made items.
120 Westmorland Street, Moncton