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mills and kitchens have been created to help keep the heart and soul of this area’s vibrant history alive.
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Situated on the banks of the Saint John River, King’s Landing Historical Settlement recreates rural 19th-century New Brunswick. Typically authentic farms, homes, shops, mills, and kitchens have been created to help keep the heart and soul of this area’s vibrant history alive.
Costume staff work diligently to accurately interpret a most important era in Canadian history. Interacting with the staff brings it all to life. This museum collection of over 70,000 objects is brought to life by the costumed residence.
Historic dining is offered in the King’s Head Inn, featuring traditional 19th century fair. This museum is more like 25 museums in one. A highlight is the saw mill that dates back to 1830.
It’s been authentically reconstructed to be typical of those found along the Saint John River Valley. Saint Mark’s Church is from 1840, and nearby, the blacksmith purchased the tools necessary for life in the 19th century.
The magnificent Saint John River creates a spectacular back drop for the pastoral rural setting of the restored village. The Visiting Cousin’s program offers children aged nine to 14, the opportunity to live like a loyalist for five days. Fun, entertainment and Professional Theater is scheduled daily through the summer in the Angerham Barn. The King’s Landing Museum store features the wide range of gift ware, quilts, and memorabilia from this fascinating era.