The James House Museum, a Provincial Heritage Building located in the Town of Bridgetown in the Fundy Shore and Annapolis Valley region was built in 1835 by merchant Richard James. This museum houses displays and art exhibits on the fascinating history of the James Family
A military museum is also included in James House. It is maintained by Branch 33 Royal Canadian Legion in memory of the local residences who served in the Canadian Forces during times of conflict. Visitors can also see the Bridgetown and Area Historical Society’s 150th Anniversary Quilt commemorating the James House.
Bus tours are welcome.
Areas Of Interest: Genealogy
Core Experience: History
Features: Bus Tours • Gift Shop • Limited Accessibility • Parking • Picnic Tables
Admission Info: Admission free.