Explore the world’s highest tides, historic salt marshes, breath-taking scenery and “squaw cap” islands that dot Glooscap’s Upper Bay of Fundy coastline, or take a leisurely stroll along the sandy beaches of Northumberland Strait . . .
Welcome to the scenic isthmus region of South-Eastern New Brunswick, where the legacy of our people, places and stories from centuries past haunt an ever changing landscape, enshrouded in the mists of time!
Find out about Sackville's glorious sea-faring days when you visit shipwright Christopher Boultenhouse's "Greek Revival" style mansion (ca. 1842). The centre features 19th century wall paper, a Marine room, Merchants and Manufacturing and Wry Family collection exhibits. The centre includes two other houses: the George Bulmer farmhouse, dating to 1792 and perhaps the oldest house in Sackville, and the Anderson Octagonal House, built in 1855. This rare eight-sided house was moved to its current location in 2012 and features displays on the Anderson sea captains and the founding of the Sackville Township, a newly renovated Resource Centre and a community space.