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Stroll back in time

Our son's wedding was here last summer. It's quaint, freshly painted, cosy and perfect for a small... read more

Reviewed 3 May 2016
Toronto, Canada
Interesting bit of religious history

Built in 1821 as a multi-faith, multi- denominational place of worship when the Moncton area was... read more

Reviewed 15 October 2015
Catherine C
Exeter, United Kingdom
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The Free Meeting House, built in 1821 is one of Moncton’s oldest standing public buildings. Its purpose was to serve as a home for all religious denominations until such time as individual groups could raise the money required to build their own...more
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20 Mountain Rd, Moncton, New Brunswick E1C 2J8, Canada
+1 506-856-4383
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Reviewed 7 January 2018

Very interesting, this was used by many different faiths, and organizations over the early years. It is nice to hear about how people came together and work together for the better way of live. We have taken many visit to see the Meeting House.

Thank Lynn W
Reviewed 22 December 2017

We had an interesting visit to this historical house; it was built in 1821 as an omni-denominational place of worship for early settlers of “The Bend” region of the Petitcodiac River, it stands in its original location at the corner of Steadman Street and Mountain...More

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Reviewed 7 November 2016

The Free Meeting House is located right beside Resurgo Place and is worth visiting when you are visiting the Museum.

Thank DavidandPascal
Reviewed 21 August 2016

Very beautiful and simple. Guests really enjoyed it, except for the warm weather ;) Can be booked with the City of Moncton.

Thank Caroline C
Reviewed 1 June 2016

Even though it was not open it is interesting to look at the grave yard and read some of the head stones and try to imagine what those times must have been like.

Thank Colleen H
Reviewed 3 May 2016

Our son's wedding was here last summer. It's quaint, freshly painted, cosy and perfect for a small (88 people) intimate family wedding. The all wood, box type pews are a piece of history and made for interesting and fun seating arrangements. Acoustically it is limited,...More

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Reviewed 15 October 2015

Built in 1821 as a multi-faith, multi- denominational place of worship when the Moncton area was first settled. The community came together to build a shared place of worship until such a time as they could build their own. Restored in 1990 as near to...More

1  Thank Catherine C
Reviewed 5 July 2015

This is a very small building that was used as the first interdenominal church in Moncton. It was fixed up about 25 years ago but there is nothing to see there. I'm not even sure if it's open to tourists. Its used primarily as a...More

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