Carleton County Historical Society – Hon. Charles Connell House

Connell House, a large white clapboard and shingle Greek Revival building

Tour the historic mansion’s four exhibit rooms, including an exhibit based on a local man credited with saving the birch bark canoe; an exhibit that includes 1000 historic musical instruments; and an exhibit that showcases some of Carleton County’s military history including a boy’s childhood collection of over 1,000 lead toy soldiers!

Summer Hours of Operation
Monday to Friday   9 am—5 pm
Closed: Saturday & Sunday

June, July & August
Weekend Tours are available by appointment only, call (506)328-9706.

Off-season by appointment (506-328-9706).

There are few better locations for a real Victorian high tea than the historic Connell House, a restored 19th-century Greek Revival gem found in downtown Woodstock. Homemade scones with clotted cream, delicate sandwiches and a variety of tempting sweets are served on real china by staff in period costume, while a melody of piano tunes play in the background.  After your meal,


128 Connell Street, Woodstock, NB, E7M 1L5

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