Carmichael-Stewart House Museum

Attractions in the The Northumberland Shore

Come explore the history of Pictou County in the historic home of J.W. Carmichael, a prominent New Glasgow shipbuilder. Built in 1880, the home is filled with exquisite Victorian architecture, from stained glass windows to a grand staircase. Trenton glassware, a Penny Farthing, Scottish regalia and historical photographs are but a few of the many items on display. Moreover, the museum boasts a historic garden populated with plants present in Nova Scotia prior to 1900.

Carmichael-Stewart House Museum

86 Temperance Street
New Glasgow, Nova Scotia
B2H 3A7
902-752-5583
This is a Seasonal Operation
Carmichael-Stewart House Museum is family friendly
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