Ministers Island

Van Horne Estate

Contact Information
Office Phone 506-529-5081
Primary Contact Dr Brian Usher, Acting Executive Director; Email:
Alternate Contact Susan Goertzen, Tour Manager; Email:
Description & Services
Cross Reference Van Horne Estate
Description of service(s) What We Believe 
Our vision is that the Van Horne Estate on Ministers Island will be a leading visitor attraction in Charlotte County by being the foremost cultural, heritage and eco-tourism destination in New Brunswick.  
Our Mission is to 
protect, preserve, develop and promote the legacy of Ministers Island 
ensure public ownership and accessibility 
ensure environmental and economic sustainability  
Our Values 
As we set out to work with government, other agencies, and most importantly the people of our area, we value: 
inclusiveness (partnerships, diversity) 
innovation and creativity 
Dates Program is Offered May - October
Areas Served St Andrews
Languages English
Fees Admission ; Here are our rates for visiting Ministers Island. Please note that we are able to accept cash only at our ticket booth. 
Ministers Island Entry Fee 2013  
Children under 8: (Free) 
Adults: ($15.00) 
Students / Seniors: ($10.00) 
Family, Max 5 Persons: ($45.00 – $ 10.00 each additional person)
Location information
Located In Community St Andrews
Address & Map
199 Carriage Rd
St Andrews, NB E5B 0A4
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Service Categories Historic Preservation

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