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Visitor Information

While touring our museum, guests will see hundreds of artifacts on display. We are proud to offer 3 fully furnished rooms showing life during various time periods, a one room school house, a full room dedicated to New Brunswick Dairy production, and a large variety of tractors, small equipment, and more!

Our museum offers free entry and does not require booking during the summer months.

Tours are available for drop-ins during the summer, and by appointment outside of our summer hours. Class tours and other large group tours are available by contacting the museum.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is there an entry fee?

No, we do not charge an entry fee as we want to keep the museum as accessible as possible. Donations are encouraged as we are a volunteer based museum and all funds go directly back into maintenance and operating costs so that we can continue to offer free entry.

Do I need to book in advance?

No, we are a drop-in based museum! Just stop in and one of our staff will assist you. 

Where are you located?

We are located in Sussex directly beside the 8th Hussars Rink, behind the Saint John Ambulance building.

 

What types of artifacts do you have?

We have a variety of agriculture related artifacts from the 18th century to the mid-1970s. We have an especially large collection of dairy farming equipment, including a calf with one head and two bodies! We also are home to a Blacksmith shop, a Railway Gate House, and the former Apohaqui Train station. 

Have more questions?

Contact us at AgrMuseumOfNB@gmail.com or message us on either Facebook or Instagram.

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