Welcome To Lutz Mountain Heritage Museum

Lutz Mountain Heritage Museum

Built in 1883, the Lutz Mountain Meeting House was known as the “Second Baptist Church” of Moncton, and since 1975 has served as Lutz Mountain’s community Heritage Museum. Artefacts tell as much about people as the written word. Step into the past as you enjoy displays of garments, quilts, household implements, tools, even a school room – proud memories of a bygone era. If you are interested in family research, we have census, marriage, cemetery and genealogy records from 1770 to 1901, as well as local stories and newspaper clippings.

Located at 3143 Mountain Road, Moncton, just 2 minutes north of Magnetic Hill. Take Exit 450 and follow the Museum “M’’ signs. Open Mid June to Mid September, Monday –Saturday, 9:30 am – 5:50 pm. Other times by appointment. ( 506 ) 384-7719.

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