Free Meeting House

“The Free Meeting House was built in 1821, and is one of Moncton’s oldest standing public buildings. It was constructed in the style of a New England Meeting House without steeple, bell or cornerstone. 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 churches.
The latest restoration of the Free Meeting House took place from 1987 to 1990 and was the first of its kind to have been undertaking by the City of Moncton. In June 1990, the Free Meeting House was designated a National Historic Site.”
Reference: City of Moncton website:

For more information about the Free Meeting House, contact the Moncton Museum.

Location: Corner of Steadman and Mountain Road (next to Moncton Museum), Moncton, NB, Canada
Date: 2008/07/18
Details: 360 x 180 degrees, full spherical panorama. Windows have been retouched to reduce overexposure.