Albert County Museum, 3940 Hwy. 114, is housed in an eight-building complex that includes graffiti-covered jail cells from the mid-19th century and a 1904 courthouse. The museum's 22 themed galleries tell the stories of Albert County residents, a diverse group that includes pioneers, artisans, shipbuilders, farmers, an ax murderer and Canada’s 11th prime minister, R.B. Bennett. A film about Prime Minister Bennett's life is shown in a 20-seat theater.