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Connell House


Connell House

This house built in 1839 for the Honourable Charles Connell (1810-1873), represents the peak of classicism in Woodstock architecture. The design is Greek Revival, characterized by the Greek temple-like columns.

Connell House has been designated an historic site by Parks Canada and has been home to the Carleton County Historical Society since 1975. The museum includes displays & the Society's Archives. Guided Tours are available.

Mr. Connell was active in County, Provincial & Federal politics, but he is best remembered for his tenure as Postmaster General of New Brunswick, during which he procured a new five cent stamp featuring his own portrait instead of the Queen's.

Contact Connell House

128 Connell Street
Woodstock, E7M 1L5

Phone: (506) 328-9706
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