Bonar Law Common

Exterior of the Bonar Law Common Museum

Locally, the Bonar Law Common has become a very significant part of the region. This historical
site/Museum is to celebrate the life of Andrew Bonar Law, the only person born
outside of Great Britain to become Prime Minister of Great Britain, and
acknowledges this part of the country’s culture and history. For many years, the
society has been the collector and keeper of great local history and artifacts.
Our trail “Walk Through Time” winds its way from the Interpretative/Welcome
Centre towards Bonar’s homestead, alongside the farm garden, follows the
shoreline, through the old apple orchard and ending in the courtyard of Bonar’s
former home. During your walk, you will gather information on the regions past
and wonder back in time as to what it would have been like living on the banks
of the Richibucto River in by gone days.
Seasonal Operations: The Bonar Law Common is open daily from the last week of June until the first
week of September.

You can check out their website for more information.

Notes: Admission: $5 – Heritage Homestead/“Walk Through Time Area”
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
12pm-5pm /12h à 17h 12pm-5pm /12h à 17h 10am-5pm/10h à 17h 10am-5pm/10h à 17h 10am-5pm/10h à 17h 10am-5pm/10h à 17h 10am-5pm/10h à 17h

31 Bonar Law Avenue, Rexton NB, E4W 1V6

(506) 523-7615 Off-season: (506) 523-6921
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