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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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'Very interesting'

Came across this museum while walking around St Andrews. Free entrance, but donations welcome... read more

Reviewed 21 September 2013
Helston, United Kingdom
Another nice period piece

Like the Sheriff's house down the street, this is a well preserved period family home, but of a... read more

Reviewed 5 September 2013
Toronto, Canada
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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
+1 506-529-5124
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Reviewed 21 September 2013

Came across this museum while walking around St Andrews. Free entrance, but donations welcome. Beautiful house bought by a couple at the turn of the last century to house all their antiques they had collected on their travels. Beautiful furniture and antiques. Very informative talk...More

Thank susieb20
Reviewed 5 September 2013

Like the Sheriff's house down the street, this is a well preserved period family home, but of a higher income bracket, with a collection of travel souvenirs and home movies from a bygone era. The kids were intrigued by the home movies of their travels...More

Thank GNAB_Travels
Reviewed 20 August 2013

A lovely restoration in what was a family home. There is not even an entrance fee but the museum relies on donations for its upkeep and it is certainly worth contributing. It's particularly interesting if you also visit the Rossmount Inn to understand how the...More

1  Thank rustyhead
Reviewed 4 August 2013

Helpful staff, interesting local history. Enjoyed the portraits and the examples of period furnishings.

Thank Kathy M
Reviewed 3 August 2013

Thoroughly enjoyed visit. We stopped by to give it a quick look and were immediately enthralled by the story of the Rosses and how they came to purchase and furnish the house with textiles, furniture, and art they found on their world travels. The house...More

Thank Jim B
Reviewed 15 July 2013

I was not overly interested in going to Ross Museum but what a surprise I had. The one person staffing the place was very knowledgeable about the Rosses answering every question we had on them as well as the contents of the Museum. Now it...More

1  Thank GolfFundy
Reviewed 15 July 2013

Reasonable hours, friendly and knowledgeable staff and a wonderful "house" museum. The Ross collection of North American antiques has many fine period pieces. The items displayed from the Ross' world travels are as interesting as they are varied and diverse. Splendid as always!

Thank Keith_R291
Reviewed 15 July 2013

This is a small museum, packed with beautiful furniture and fascinating anecdotes about a couple of very unsual Saint Andrews' residents from a century ago. I am not a big fan of furniture, but really enjoyed this because of the stories that were associated with...More

Thank Travelling_Mum155008
Reviewed 2 July 2013

This is an exceptionally good local museum with a fascinating story behind the collection of beautiful furniture and paintings, many of which are sourced in New Brunswick including a chair once owned by Benedict Arnold. Highly recommended for those interested in history and decorative arts.

Thank Richard U
Reviewed 24 June 2013

This is a lovely house furnished with furniture and collections of Mr. And Mrs Ross. They traveled the world and bought unique and beautiful items and then bought the house to be made into a museum after their deaths . There are posters with descriptions...More

Thank Les T
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