Southern Victoria Historical Society Museum
The Southern Victoria Historical Museum is located in the former Methodist church building in Perth-Andover, NB. Located in a converted church, the museum houses a collection of tools, farm implements, dishes, clothing, maps and photographs from the local area.
1292 West Riverside Drive Perth-Andover, NB E7H 5G9
Shogomoc Railway Museum
9207 Main Street
Museum (10 am-5 pm)
Welcome Centre (10 am-8 pm)
Join us on a guided tour of a restored 1914 CPR station, a train car renovated into a fine dining restaurant along with 2 other renovated train cars on site. A site tour offers railway artifacts, hands-on activities, numerous visual displays, and answers to your related questions. Children will enjoy our Train Conductor & Passenger Picture Kiosk and playing on the outside Train Play-Apparatus.
The Shogomoc Railway Site & Welcome Centre has free RV parking, public washrooms, and access to walking trails and is only seconds away from the beautiful Riverside Park. Inside the Welcome Centre you will find a gift shop filled with great items like: Railway & Town Souvenirs, Local Maple Products, Books, Candy, T-Shirts and so much more! Be sure to check out our artisans section, featuring the works of many of our local artisans throughout the River Valley.
Historic Places Listing
385 Centreville Road
Florenceville-Bristol E7L 3K5
OPEN:9 am-5 pm
Museum, VIC, Gift Shop and Café all based around the heritage and history of the potato. Warm atmosphere with guided, experiential and self guided tours. Café menu based on potatoes, and French fries.
Covered Bridge Potato Chip Company
35 Alwright Ct
(506) 375-CHIP (2447)
Victoria Day–Labour Day
Mon-Fri 8 am-8 pm
Sat & Sun 8 am-7 pm
Off season–Mon-Fri 8 am-430 pm
Come for a factory tour and see how our delicious kettle cooked chips are made and sample them fresh from the production line. Try over 30 different seasonings in our gift shop while you look around!
Old Carleton County Court House
Built in 1833 and expanded in 1866, the Old Carleton County Court House in Upper Woodstock was the first courthouse in Carleton County. Many county residents passed through its’ doorway with a variety of motives – passengers awaiting the arrival of the stagecoach, farmers attending agricultural exhibitions, politicians and their followers on declaration days, audiences for choral concerts, magistrates, judges, jurymen, lawyers and litigants, petty criminals, murderers, spectators who came by road and river from miles around and trial-watching pupils from the school next door.
In 1911, the County Council sold the Old Carleton County Court House and it was transformed into a barn. For half a century, cattle and horses stood in stalls that were built, in part, from the judge’s bench. Purchased by the Carleton County Historical Society in 1962, the monumental task of restoring this once-magnificent building to its former glory began.
19 Court Street, Upper Woodstock, NB
(506) 328-9706 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Connell House was built in 1839 for the Honourable Charles Connell (1810-1873). Its Greek Revival design is characterized by the eight Doric columns that flank the portico and give the historic site a kind of stately grace, and an aura of refinement. Connell House is a National Historic Site and has served as the headquarters for the Carleton County Historical Society since 1975.
The Society began a massive restoration of Connell House’s interior in 2005 and it is now open year round as a museum and licensed rental facility. During the summer months staff dressed in period costume, give guided tours while entertaining you with intriguing stories of Woodstock’s extraordinary past. A special 2016 summer exhibit featuring aboriginal art and artifacts including paintings, quill work, baskets, pottery and jewelry will be on display throughout the main floor. Contemporary artwork will be available for purchase. On the Second Floor, Visitors can explore multiple Exhibit Rooms which are dedicated to the following: the legend of Tappan Adney; a substantial musical instrument collection; military artifacts and memorabilia, as well as an assortment of historical needlework. At the end or your tour you may browse the gift shop for quality crafts and Atlantic Canada made gifts, and relax on the veranda with a refreshing beverage while enjoying the view of the gardens.
128 Connell Street-Woodstock, NB-E7M 1L5
(506) 328-9706 Email: email@example.com