Steeves House Museum, 40 Mill Street, Hillsborough. Telephone:
Circa 1812, this home is the birthplace of W. H. Steeves, one of
the Fathers of Confederation. The museum is restored to its
original state and is well worth a visit. Tours available.
Hours: July 1 - Sept 12- 9:00 am - 5:00pm
- Salem & Hillsborough Railroad,
197 Main St, Hillsborough. Telephone: 734-3100.
This tourist railroad and museum is operated by a small group of
volunteers. It has two operating diesel engines, both built by
Montreal Locomotive Works and Canadian National.
- Albert County Museum
Located at 3940 Route 114, just 2 Km North from the Hopewell
Open daily mid-June to mid-September, 9:30 am to 5:30 pm.
Phone: (506) 734-2003
Gift shop and
tearoom on site.
This site was the centre of community life in Albert County for
well over a century before becoming a museum in 1960.
Two buildings, - the County Jail and the old Municipal Building
built in 1845. A third, the County Court House, was
destroyed by fire and rebuilt in 1904.
Visit the museum and earn about Canada’s 11th Prime Minister, R. B. Bennett,
who came from Albert County. You'll also learn about our
areas pioneers, artisans, explorers, shipbuilders, farmers, a few
charlatans and one convicted axe murderer.
- The Old Bank of
N.S. Museum -
Located at the intersection of Routes 114 and 915 in
Riverside-Albert, this fabulous old bank has been lovingly
restored, complete with the manager's apartments on the upper two
floors. Learn about Albert County's famous bank robbery or pick up
your tourism information here.