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Visited just before it closed, but lovely young docent showed us around; played little games with 4-year-old granddaughter. A fun 45-minute visit.
For many years, several generations of the Rose family lived in the house, making few alterations.
Wine, cheese and cider purveyors nearby :)
Had a nice tour of this well done museum. Went out of our way but glad we did. We are seasoned museum visitors but still saw some new things here! Good overview of pioneer/homesteading life in Prince Edward County. Admission is by donation. Wine and...More
If you want to step back to a time of history when the loyalists had recently arrived and see what it was like, head to this atmospheric museum. You might have it pretty much to yourself and can fantasise that you're living the life of...More
This simple but charming museum is located in a modest German settlers farmhouse, built in the early 1800s from salvaged timber from the community’s original Lutheran Church, and inhabited by 5 generations of the Rose family ~ United Empire Loyalists…
This charming museum holds an...More
Rose House is a seasonal museum located in North Marysburgh Ontario. It is the family homestead of the Rose Family. Many of the descendants of the original Rose Family still live in the area and volunteers at this location. I love the Rose House because...More
We were biking in the area (Waupoos Marina has free bikes you can use) and decided to stop in. We were greeted by a very friendly employee who spent a lot of time with us explaining all the exhibits and the history. Very glad we...More