Crombie House: Sobeys Art Foundation

Attractions in the The Northumberland Shore

The Sobey Art Foundation was established in 1981 with the mandate to carry on the work of entrepreneur and business leader, the late Frank H. Sobey, who was a dedicated collector of investment quality Canadian art. The Sobey Art Foundation continues the work begun by Frank Sobey, preserving representative examples of 19th and 20th century Canadian art.

One of the finest private collections of its kind, the Sobey Art Foundation has assembled exemplary examples from Canadian Masters such as Cornelius Krieghoff, Tom Thomson J.E.H. MacDonald and David Milne. The collection is housed in an intimate setting at Crombie House, the former home of Frank Sobey and his wife Irene in Pictou County, Nova Scotia. Tours are regularly scheduled throughout the summer months and by appointment year round.

The grounds and Collection are open to the public every Wednesday during the months of July, August and September. Or by appointment throughout the year.

Guided tours are provided at 10am, 2pm and 4pm. Special group tours of up to 60 visitors are available upon request. Please call to confirm tour date and time.

Crombie House: Sobeys Art Foundation

1780 Granton Abercrombie Road
Abercrombie, Nova Scotia
B2H 5C6
Crombie House: Sobeys Art Foundation is wheelchair accessible
Crombie House: Sobeys Art Foundation is family friendly
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