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Historic Beaverbrook House

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Bonnie C wrote a review Jan. 2020
Miramichi, Canada50 contributions7 helpful votes
Beaverbrook House is the childhood home of Max Aitken, Lord Beaverbrook. It’s a beautiful house, with the banister staircase being a particular lovely attraction. There is much to discover about one of New Brunswick's most influential and noteworthy sons. The tour guides are very knowledgeable and have lots of little stories to tell about Max and his family where they lived there.. It was originally a parsonage for the local Presbyterian Church, as Max's father was a minister...
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Date of experience: December 2019
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TJ A wrote a review Aug. 2019
Danbury, United Kingdom133 contributions34 helpful votes
Overall we were underwhelmed. Information provided by our guide was a bit wishywashy and the overall information in the house did not cover Lord Beaverbrook’s life or achievement (we actually found out more at another museum in Grande-Anse). Could be improved.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Torte_Sue wrote a review Aug. 2018
Vonore, Tennessee1,399 contributions1,076 helpful votes
We stopped in a Friday morning when there was just one young man working. We paid our $5 per person. He walked us around the house, but he was not able to answer many questions. I think he knew a script. Two more women arrived and then we all sort of dispersed. Wish he could have spent more time telling us about Lord Beaverbrook’s life. We knew his roles in Britain, but nothing on his early life or how he gained his money to become influential. House was not described in much detail.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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jimandcheryl0519 wrote a review Aug. 2017
Miramichi, Canada1 contribution
Very much enjoyed our afternoon tea. Nicely presented with a great atmosphere giving us a little history of Lord Beaverbrook. Both volunteers and actors were friendly and helpful answering our questions. The tea, scones and sweets were a nice treat as well. Would highly recommend for others to experience this attraction.
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Date of experience: August 2017
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MiramichiFamilymom wrote a review Aug. 2017
miramichi5 contributions4 helpful votes
Interesting architecture, charming antique decor with friendly tour guides and actors. A very enjoyable afternoon with a delicious tea and entertainment for a reasonable price ($12).
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Date of experience: August 2017
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