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Ross Memorial Museum

188 Montague St, Saint Andrews, New Brunswick E5B 1J2, Canada
+1 506-529-5124
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We went to see the Ross house today, it was very nicely done. The rooms were staged very well with... read more

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This is an home important to the history of St. Andrews and well worth the time for a tour. Staff... read more

Reviewed January 2, 2018
Michael C
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This lovely 1824 Georgian mansion holds not only a wonderful love story, but also a surprising collection of fine early New Brunswick furniture, paintings by Canadian and California artists and artefacts collected by the museum's benefactors, Henry and Juliette Ross on their world travels.Free admission, donations appreciated. The Ross Memorial Museum offers personal guided tours,self-guiding materials and an exhibit highlighting photographs, video and special artefacts.The museum is open June to Canadian Thanksgiving, Monday to Saturday 10am to 4:30pm and off season by chance or appointment.
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188 Montague St, Saint Andrews, New Brunswick E5B 1J2, Canada
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We went to see the Ross house today, it was very nicely done. The rooms were staged very well with antique furniture and the new sword collection made it interesting for my boyfriend as well. The guides were very passionate about the items and history...More

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Reviewed January 2, 2018

This is an home important to the history of St. Andrews and well worth the time for a tour. Staff is welcoming.

Thank Michael C
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Reviewed September 6, 2017

The lady who gives the tour of this home has a wealth of info about the people who purchased this home many years ago. They apparently never spent a night there, all their servants did and they took very good care of them and their...More

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Reviewed September 4, 2017 via mobile

Great museum, very interesting exhibits. Very friendly, knowledgeable guide. Centrally located and easy to locate from downtown.

Thank Elizabeth K
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Reviewed August 17, 2017

Amazing place..interesting history of rich American couple buying house to hold their treasures and never living there just leaving it to the people of St Andrews forever. Wonderful story. Great atmosphere. We had to ring bell to get in but the welcome was Truely special....More

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Reviewed August 16, 2017

This house was beautiful and the story of the Ross Couple was very interesting as well as inspirational.

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Reviewed August 14, 2017

This 18th century home provides a glimse into the lives of Loyalists who lpreferred to remain subjects of King George the Third. We should remember that 1/3 of American colonists were Loyalists and the present mayor of Toronto is a descendant of Loyalists from North...More

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Reviewed July 3, 2017

The Ross Memorial Museum was open during Canada Day with staff dressed in period costumes with refreshments for guests. One of the ladies on the staff told a visitor that her dress was made to mimic the one worn by a woman in a portrait...More

Thank Susan D
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Reviewed December 3, 2016

Local history comes alive and you get a floavour for the town, its people and its history. Well worthwhile.

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Reviewed August 17, 2016

This home is filled will interesting items from around the world. My 19 yo dtr, my husband and I enjoyed a leisurely tour through this museum which took 30 minutes and the guide was there to answer any of our queries. Great place if you...More

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