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.