This beautiful structure has
been acclaimed as of the finest examples of Gothic architecture in Canada. The
museum has an extensive collection of parish records and historic memorabilia
of the Parish as well as serving as headquarters for an extensive genealogy
centre. For more information, call (506) 778-8233.
The earliest (1822-23) example of a known building
constructed by a noted Miramichi builder, William Murray, was known as the
mother church of all Anglicans residing in the northeastern
Prepare to be awed when you
enter the W.S. Loggie House. This historic residence, previously the private
residence of a noted merchant and exporter, retains its grand interiors and
contains one of the finest collections of Victorian furniture and artifacts in
the region. Built in 1876, Loggie House is a must see on your touring agenda.
It also hosts many cultural events throughout the year and is home to the
"Retired Teachers" museum. For more information, call (506) 773-7645.
A beautiful stone church, Gothic is style, with an
overhead vault of exposed rafters. It was built in 1893 after the original
church burnt. (1883).
Charming Victorian Beaverbrook House, (Cultural
Centre) located at 518 King George Hwy., Miramichi West. Built in 1877, it is
known as the boyhood home of Lord Beaverbrook Open for group and individual
guided tours June through August. Also for your convenience, a gift shop
featuring works by local artisans, tea parties (by reservation), musical
concerts, cultural events, classes and seminars for the community and visitors
year round. For more information call: (506) 624-5474.
Constructed in 1825, the
Peters House as it was once known is one of the finest remaining historic
houses in New Brunswick, having many unique features and offers and 18 hole
Located in Miramichi West downtown, this museum is
the oldest of its kind in Canada The museum is open 7 days a week during the
summer and by appointment in the winter months. For more information, call
Mavis Williamson at (506) 773-7305 or (506) 778-8233.