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New Brunswick Historical Society

Contact Information
Office Phone 506-652-3590
E-Mail info@LoyalistHouse.com
Website www.loyalisthouse.com
Primary Contact Kathy Wilson
Description & Services
Cross Reference NB Historical Society
Description of service(s) The New Brunswick Historical Society works to collect and preserve New Brunswick history; to publish material of historical nature; to educate and promote knowledge of New Brunswick history in particular and history in general. 
The New Brunswick Historical Society owns and operates the Loyalist House in Saint John, one of the few surviving buildings of the Great Saint John Fire in 1877.
Hours May 18 (Loyalist Day) to June 30: 
Weekdays 10 am-5 pm 
July 1 to mid-September: 
Daily 10 am-5 pm 
*Last admission at 4:45 pm 
During the off season by appointment: 
Call 506-652-3590
Areas Served New Brunswick
Eligibility Ages: 1 year(s) - 99 year(s)
Languages English ; French
Fees Membership - $20.00 annually due in January ; Admission - Loyalist House entry, $2.00 children and students, $5.00 adults, $7.00 families, free for members
Location information
Located In Community Saint John
Address & Map
Loyalist House
120 Union St
Saint John, NB E2L 1A3
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Intersection Corner of Union and Germain Street
Accessibility Partially Accessible - Bottom level is accessible, please call ahead. ; ***Note that accessibility is self-reported. Please contact the organization before arrival***
Other Details
Service Level (50) Non Profit
Elections Annual meeting in spring
Meetings Society meetings are held on the last Tuesday of each month, September-November and January-May. Times may vary. Location is typically at the New Brunswick Museum in Market Square, but may vary. 
Weekly teas are held at the Loyalist House on Wednesdays beginning the first week after July 1, and continue to last Wednesday in August from 1 pm-3 pm. The Saint John Mayor or his designated representatives are present to greet visitors. Admission to the Loyalist House is free for the duration of the mayor's visit. 
Lunch Hour desert and tea takes place Fridays during the month of August.
Print Material Newsletters are sent out monthly to members, corresponding to the months of meetings.
Service Categories Historic Preservation

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