Boultenhouse Heritage Centre

Boultenhouse Heritage CentreHours

Tuesdays through Fridays, 10 a.m.- 2 p.m.

Admission and Accessibility

  • Admission by donation
  • Ground floor of all buildings is wheelchair accessible


29 Queens Rd., Sackville, New Brunswick, E4L 4G4 CANADA

What you’ll see

The Boultenhouse Heritage Centre consists of three historic houses:

    1. The Boultenhouse House — a Greek Revival style mansion constructed by Christopher Boultenhouse c. 1840. The ground floor has an entrance hall and four exhibit rooms. See The Boultenhouse House.
    2. The Bulmer House — an earlier Georgian farm house constructed by George Bulmer c. 1792, to which the Boultenhouse House was added c. 1840.
    3. The Anderson Octagonal House — a unique octagonal house constructed by Captain George Anderson in 1855, moved to this site in 2012.

Background & project history



    • The Trust acknowledges support for the Boultenhouse Heritage Centre from the Town of Tantramar.
    • The assistance of the Government of New Brunswick, Department of Tourism, Heritage and Culture is gratefully acknowledged
    • The support of the The Rotary Club of Sackville is gratefully acknowledged.