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History of Service Exhibition

History of Service Exhibition

The role of the military in our communities is an important part of our heritage. The service of our men and women in uniform is an exemplar of the values and ethos of our country.

The purpose of the History of Service Exhibition is to educate the public on our rich and interesting military history and showcase the contribution of our local people who have served.



Confirmed exhibits include displays from the Provincial Archives of New Brunswick, Musee acadien/ Acadians Archives, New Brunswick Museum, New Brunswick Sports Hall of Fame, Fredericton Region Museum, Albert County Museum, Moncton Museum, Royal Canadian Mounted Police Heritage Centre, 8th Hussars Museum, New Brunswick Military History Museum, Royal New Brunswick Regiment, 3rd Field Regiment, RCA.



In honour of the 75th Anniversary of the Battle of Britain, the displays will include a replica Spitfire from the Atlantic Air Show.



Our team of vehicle restoration experts have sourced military vehicles and equipment from around our region to be on display. With the cooperation of the Canadian Forces, we also expect to display modern equipment used in present-day campaigns.


Tuesday, November 10, 2015, 1 -4pm

Moncton Coliseum Agrena Complex


The Exhibition will be open for student tours.


DAY TWO - Remembrance Day 

Wednesday, November 11,  2015

Moncton Coliseum Agrena Complex

12 pm - 5 pm

  • Display areas will be open to veterans and special needs guests from 9 am-10:30 am November 11 on prior arrangement.  To book, call the Dinner Office at 506-857-4254.
  • From 1030am-12pm the displays will be closed and all visitors and volunteers, with the exception of security staff, will be asked to move to the Coliseum to observe the Remembrance Day ceremonies conducted by the Royal Canadian Legion.
  • Following the ceremony, the displays will re-open at 12pm and close at 5pm.