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  Update October 21: The Museum is open regular hours as of Saturday, October 21. Road construction will continue the week of October 23. Parking is limited to the four spots in front of the Museum and on Albert Street....
Message from the Chair of the Board: Please be advised that Ms. Bonnie Elliott, Executive Director of the Dartmouth Heritage Museum Society, has left to pursue other career opportunities. The Board of the Museum wish to thank Ms. Elliott for...
On Wednesday, August 23, we were happy to welcome to Evergreen House Darren Fisher, Member of Parliament for Dartmouth-Cole Harbour. He stopped in for a tour of the house and of our new exhibit, Explosion! Dartmouth’s Ordeal of the 1917...
We are pleased to announce that guests at our Friday afternoon teas in August and on September 1 will be treated to music from siblings, Alistair and Lydia Maksym, and their mother, Jennifer Publicover. They will offer guests an enjoyable...
Explosion! Dartmouth’s Ordeal of the 1917 Disaster is now open at the Dartmouth Heritage Museum. This exhibition examines Dartmouth’s role in the Harbour Explosion. The installation is on display in the historic Evergreen House through the 100th anniversary of the...
Evergreen House and Quaker House will be closed Saturday, July 1 to celebrate Canada Day. Both sites of re-open Tuesday, July 4 at 10 a.m....
The Dartmouth Heritage Museum is pleased to announce its popular weekly afternoon teas are back for the summer of 2017, starting Friday, June 9 where patrons will enjoy a classic Victorian pastime at the majestic and historic Dartmouth landmark, Evergreen...
As of June 1, 2017, the Dartmouth Heritage Museum will switch to its summer hours. Quaker House opens for the season and both Quaker House and Evergreen will be open six days a week. Additionally, we are offering two-for-one admission all...
That’s right! FREE! On Wednesday, May 31 you’re invited to the historic Dartmouth landmark, Evergreen House at 26 Newcastle Street in Dartmouth, for free guided tours that will include our current exhibits: The Watercolours of W.R. Symons, Rare Dartmouth Maps. The Carriage...
Please Note: This event was originally scheduled for May 26 but postponed to May 27 due to the wet forecast for Friday. We’re so excited to have CBC’s Louise Renault and the Do Crew coming to Quaker House May 27....