Located in the former school of the Village of Saint-Joseph (1926), this museum features a collection of artifacts and photographs about the life of Acadians in the region of Memramcook, the “cradle of New Acadia”. The thematic exhibit commemorates the first Acadian National Convention held in 1881 in Memramcook. The museum is also an ideal starting point of an itinerary that takes the visitor on a journey through the rich history of Memramcook.
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