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We stopped off during our overnight visit to Moncton. Horrible weather and the kids were moaning. I decided we needed to make at least one culture stop before our journey home and the guide book fell open on the page with the Lutz Mountain museum...More
Moncton was settled by 1/2 a dozen main families. The Lutes being one of them.
The museum has many interesting artifacts, but talk to the staff and get the story of Moncton, before there was a Moncton. Find out about the names of the mountains,...More
Stopped at the Lutz Mountain Museum after we finished visiting with Magnetic Hill.This is a very over looked place and should be visited more as it is a little known gem. We had a very nice older Lady give us the tour and you would...More
This museum was a great place to visit! Our tour guide was very knowledgable and enjoyable. I am related to the Lutz family-so it made it all the more interesting. Lot's of cool antiques to see and also a graveyard very close.
David, our young guide, captured our interest by telling us about Muriel Lutes, a woman way ahead of her time. She was born in 1909 and was instrumental in making Magnetic Hill the tourist attraction it is today. Lots of interesting artefacts in this converted...More