Ross Memorial Museum

Exterior of the Ross Memorial Museum

The Ross Memorial Museum was created by Henry and Juliette Ross, world travellers and eclectic collectors and presents their collection of decorative arts in one of Saint Andrews’ loveliest houses built in 1824 by Loyalist, the Hon. Harris Hatch. Examples of the work of New Brunswick’s finest early 19th century cabinetmakers, paintings by California impressionists, wonderful oriental carpets and artifacts from around the world are the backdrop to a story of the love and generosity of this fascinating couple.

Personal and self-guided tours, exhibit, archival films and more are available at the  Ross Memorial Museum.

Check out their website for more information.

Notes: Open: June 6th - October 10th
Mon-Sat: 10-4:30, July-August Sunday 1-4:30
Free admission, donations appreciated.
Off season, by chance or appointment
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
10-4:30 10-4:30 10-4:30 10-4:30 10-4:30 10-4:30 Closed

188 Montague Street, Saint Andrews, NB, E5B 1C6

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