New Brunswick Museum
Find out about Sackville's glorious sea-faring days when you visit shipwright Christopher Boultenhouse's
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The Quaco Museum and Library opened in July 1978. The Museum contains the permanent collection of artifacts and archival material relating to the history and heritage of the Quaco - St. Martins area.
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Enjoy a visit to yesterday!
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New Brunswick's only science centre with over 100 hands- on exhibits that teach the basics of science in a fun & entertaining way.
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Welcome!Situated at "la Pointe-à-Jacquot", this beautiful building of the neo-gothic revival style is still a gathering point for the Acadian community of Bouctouche.
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The Hall of Fame presents a variety of permanent and special exhibits, which highlight the province's sports heroes and their greatest accomplishments.
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Visit our large genealogy research collection, including the Death Certificates on microfilm: 1920 - 1935 for Kings, Queens, Albert, and Westmorland Counties; 1935 - 1943 for all of New Brunswick.
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The Museum offers a permanent collection, as well as several traveling exhibits.
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Created in the 1980s in order to preserve the Jewish heritage of Saint John.
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Located near Caraquet, the Village historique acadien, vividly depicts the life of Acadians between 1770 and 1939, becoming one of the province's main attractions.
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Pioneer and early Victorian artifacts; archival documents referring to the sons of temperance and genealogy.
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By collaborating with other cultural groups the building will house the Museum, an archival repository and a major Multicultural Centre.
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Discover an era where "horsepower" really meant powered by horses, when horse-drawn vehicles ruled the roads, and building them required talent and craftsmanship.
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The Firefighters' Museum was built in 1840, survived the Great Fire of 1877, and was designated as a National Historic Site in 1995.
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This museum, an authentic nineteenth-century country general store, was restored by the G.E. Barbour Company in 1967 to mark the centennial year of both Canada and the G.E. Barbour Company.
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In addition to the Visitor Information Centre, the building houses an exhibition hall and art gallery, an interpretation centre on forestry, agriculture and the maple sugar industry, along with a gift shop.
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Step back in time and visit Canada's oldest manufacturer of handmade leather horse harness products.
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The museum consists of a hallway with a permanent exhibit of antiques as well as two others featuring travelling and local exhibits.
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The CME Museum is home to some 35,000 artefacts that represent the history of all facets of the Canadian Military Engineers.
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The Chocolate Museum tells the story of candy-making in St. Stephen - through chocolate-making demonstrations, hands-on exhibits, interactive computer displays, candy-making equipment, and a unique collection of chocolate boxes.
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The Moncton Museum's mission is to collect, conserve, study, exhibit and interpret historic and heritage material of Moncton and the surrounding area.
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Charlotte County has unique aspects to its history and our Museum offers visitors the opportunity to view glimpses of life from the late 18th century onward.
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The Ross Memorial Museum is housed in a red brick Georgian mansion built in 1824, one of St. Andrews' many historic and architecturally significant buildings.
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The first annual Hall of Fame induction ceremony took place on July 2, 1983, recognizing pioneers of NB country music.
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Experience the ancient Mi’kmaq culture that has existed at its life source for over 3,000 years.
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