Queens County Heritage

69 Front St.
Gagetown, NB E5M 1A4- Map It
(506) 488-2966

AAA Editor Notes

Queens County Heritage, 69 Front St., encompasses three historic sites. Tilley House was the 1818 birthplace of Sir Samuel Leonard Tilley, a father of the Canadian Confederation. Loyalist and Victorian period furnishings are displayed, many salvaged from older houses in the area. The 1836 Queens County Court House, 16 Court House Rd., has permanent and changing historical exhibits. The 1818 Anthony Flower House, 2270 Lower Cambridge Rd. in Cambridge-Narrows, was home to the 19th-century artist, farmer and community leader. Exhibits and furnishings offer a glimpse into the family's life. Time: Allow 1 hour minimum.
$3; $5 (for any two sites); $7 (for all three sites); free (ages 0-11). Cash only.
Hours: Daily 10-5, mid-June to mid-Sept.; by appointment, in May and mid-Sept. through Nov.