Nestled in the village of Saint-Isidore in the open country lands of the Acadian Peninsula, this museum was founded in 1980 in a former general store built in 1910. Visitors go through a timeline depicting the colonial and agricultural history of northeastern New Brunswick from the 1800s, using Saint-Isidore's historical land settlement by farmers as an example. The nearby baroque church, designated Provincial Heritage Place, is considered one of the Maritimes' most beautiful churches.
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