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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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Truly magnificent

We have toured many old homes in almost every state in the U.S. but none of them come close to the... read more

Reviewed 14 June 2013
moorejc
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Seattle, Wa
Very Nice Museum

This always has a great Christmas Display. The museum also runs tours and welcomes all during the... read more

Reviewed 3 October 2012
Kevin A
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Saint Andrews, 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
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Reviewed 14 June 2013

We have toured many old homes in almost every state in the U.S. but none of them come close to the quality that we encountered with the Ross Memorial Museum. This home is not furnished with "typical period" furniture like most other refurbished homes but...More

Thank moorejc
Reviewed 3 October 2012

This always has a great Christmas Display. The museum also runs tours and welcomes all during the tourist season.

Thank Kevin A
Reviewed 14 August 2012

Visited with a friend who lived in St. Andrews, she is deceased. Lots of antiques, always interested in small rooms, no cupboards, narrow beds but then, I lived that life in my early years.

Thank Marie C
Reviewed 25 July 2012

Endearing. Intriguing. Memorable. While visiting the welcoming town of St. Andrews-by-the-Sea, we happened upon the magnificent Ross Museum. Complete with two stellar tour guides, cozy well-kept exhibits and artifacts from around the world; overall an excellent experience. The Museum itself is a brief walk up...More

2  Thank Jonathan E
Reviewed 19 July 2012

The Ross sits in a section of St. Andrews near several impressive churches, such as the All Souls Anglican, the Sheriff Andrews House, and several houses from the 1800s, which together constitute a visit back in time. The Ross was built by a minister who...More

Thank Edward3005
Reviewed 14 June 2012

The Ross Memorial Museum in St. Andrews is a must see for tourists and locals alike. Whether you are interested in the area's rich history, are an architecture and design buff, or simply wish to swoon over the romance of the Ross's story, the tours...More

Thank bluebell126
Reviewed 27 September 2011

I very much enjoyed my time at the Ross Memorial Museum. The love story of the Rosses is touching and their collection is beautiful. A can't miss trip in St. Andrews!

1  Thank Morgan499
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