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This is a wonderfully-put-together museum, and well worth a visit. It has something for everyone -- some "serious" museum pieces for true history buffs, some really neat items on the 3rd floor showing old local farm implements, machinery and a crazy adventurers boat and the...More
This building and its history are clearly much loved by those who have volunteered to maintain and restore it. Our guide was both personable and knowledgeable. The history of the construction of the spectacular altar is worth the visit in and of itself. The third...More
The Kent Museum is located in a former convent and school that is in the process of being lovingly restored. They have multiple rooms of interesting artifacts and the volunteer guide was very informative. The large chapel on the second floor has a magnificent altar...More
This museum is housed in what was a boarding school. Get a glimpse of the life of rural children sent to school in the care of nuns. The building includes classrooms, dorms and an amazing chapel. Interpretive tours and small displays make a worthwhile afternoon...More
It was a little rainy and we thought we would take in a museum. At first you think it is simply a museum about the church school for girls/convent. But it is much more and worth a stop. You'll learn about Acadian history in that...More
We thoroughly enjoyed our visit to the museum. The displays were informative and interesting, and the young woman who was our guide was very knowledgeable. We got real information, not a memorized speech.