Summer hours : 28 May to 25 August, Tuesday - Sunday, 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Regular admission is $3/person, $7 for a family, and free for members.
The Campbell Carriage Factory Museum closes for the winter, but is open year round by appointment : call 506 536-2541.
Experts from King's Landing Historical Settlement have confirmed that the Campbell Carriage Factory in Middle Sackville, built in 1838, is one of the best existing examples of a 19th century industrial site in Eastern North America. For over 100 years (1855-1949) the Factory was an important part of the local economy and it is significant enough to be designated as a provincial and national historic site. A building of such historical significance must be protected for future generations. It was with great enthusiasm that the Board of the Tantramar Heritage Trust took on and sucessfully completed this major restoration project which focuses on the horse era of Tantramar.
For an update on the 2008 addition to the Campbell Carriage Factory and plans for future development see The White Fence , November 2008
Planned Future Development of the Site
For information on historical markers placed by Town of Sackville (2000) and Province of New Brunswick (2001) see the Historic Sites listing for CAMPBELL CARRIAGE FACTORY .
This site is listed in the Canadian Register of Historic Places ; see Campbell Carriage Factory Museum
This site is listed by Waymarking ; see Campbell Carriage Factory Museum
The Trust acknowledges support from the Young Canada Works program, delivered through the Heritage Canada Foundation. See the Foundation newsletter report on Amelia Haller, a Young Canada Works student who worked as the Assistant Heritage Officer at the museum in 2007.
(Wellness, Culture and Sport) is gratefully acknowledged