Old Loyalist House

Description

Built in 1817, the Old Loyalist House is one of the few buildings that survived the Great Fire of 1877. The Georgian-style home was originally owned by the Merritt family and was known as "the house on the hill." Visitors can explore the interior of the home, decked with Sheraton, Empire and Duncan Phyfe-style furniture, an original piano-organ, and an original fireplace. Children and students are welcome at the museum.

Address

120 Union St
Germain & Union St
New Brunswick, Canada E2L 1A3

Lat/Long

45.27435800, -66.06134600
Visit Website
506.652.3590

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