Yes, we offer many Acadian books, souvenirs, and a variety of other products.
You can contact the archdiocese of Moncton by composing the (506) 857-9531 or visiting their website:
No, the content is for all that are interested about heritage and history.
The visit focuses primarily on the patrimonial and historical aspects of the building, its artworks, and those responsible for the construction of said cathedral. We also analyse the religious artworks and artefacts of the building.
No, MR21 is a secular non-profit organization. We have an understanding with the Moncton Catholic archdiocese for the sharing of the space.
Yes, you can pay with the Downtown Moncton gift card.
Yes, we offer the purchase of gift certificates at the price of your choice.
At this moment, we accept Interac, credit cards and cash. It is also possible to buy tickets in advance on our online ticket booth (
Our Lady of the Assumption Cathedral is a Numeric Cathedral since it contains many digital installations at the highest of today’s technology that allow us to learn about the cathedral and those responsible for its existence. Two big interactive screens allow us to unravel the meaning of our stained glasses and an immersive projection tells the story of the cathedral and the Monctonian community.
The chapel of the cathedral has been transformed into a screening room where 10 projectors light up the surfaces surrounding you. Follow the origin of the cathedral in a movie that blends pictures from archives, animation techniques and recently shot footage.
No, there is no need to make a reservation. You can present yourself at our ticket office and a guide will be happy to accompany you through the cathedral.
An average guided visit takes between 40 and 60 minutes, including our 25-minute immersive projection. Feel free to explore the building longer if you would like.