It happened here! From Aboriginal times to the present, Queens County is a microcosm of the provincial and national experience - First Nations, Acadians, Loyalists, European migration, Confederation, Great Depression and the World Wars – we were there.
Visit the Tilley House to hear stories of some of Queens County's most interesting people, such as Father of Confederation, Sir Samuel Leonard Tilley, and artist Anthony Flower; discover 19th-century New Brunswick fine art, furniture and clothing; and examine Wolastoqiyik and Mi'kmaq culture.
Visit the Court House and discover one of New Brunswick's architectural gems; hear stories of some of Queens County's most interesting court cases; sit in the prisoner's box and the judge's chair; research your family history and explore our latest exhibition of local culture and heritage.
Visit the Flower House to hear the story of one of artist, Anthony Flower; discover 19th-century New Brunswick fine art, furniture and clothing.
The Flower House is alive with exhibitions and cultural activities. Discover the rich and diverse stories of our heritage.