This beautiful structure, formerly a branch of the Bank of New Brunswick, later of the Bank of Nova Scotia, served this area for nearly a century, and in 1984, was the site of New Brunswick's largest bank robbery. It now houses a museum and visitor information centre. In 1985, it was saved from demolition and moved to its present site.No entrance fee is charged, but donations are welcome to assist with operating costs.
COVID-19 Advisory: Our tourism businesses look forward to safely welcoming New Brunswickers and our Atlantic neighbours, with precautions in place to keep guests protected. Please stay up-to-date on current Public Health alerts and bring your personal mask with you. You can also register your travel ahead of entering New Brunswick through the Travel Registration Program.