N.B. Internment Camp Museum

New Brunswick Internment Camp Museum

Visit The New Brunswick Internment Camp Museum website: N.B. Internment Camp Museum

About the Museum
The Museum houses nearly 600 artifacts from the camp and occupies over 2000 square feet. A mural in the hallway to the Museum was painted by Eugene Vautour, a local artist, to give visitors the impression they are walking past the rows of barbed wire that surrounded the perimeter of the camp.

In addition to the many artifacts inside, visitors will see a reconstructed portion of a prisoners' hut, as well as a discovery box in which children may dig for artifacts.


Museum Summer Hours
July and August
Monday - Friday: 10:00am - 5:00pm
Saturday: 12:00pm - 5:00pm
Sunday: 12:00pm - 5:00pm

Individuals (over the age of 12): $1.50
Families: $4.00
Ages 12 and under: FREE
School Tours Free: FREE

Contact Information
For more information or to schedule guided or special tours, contact:
Museum Office: 506.327.3573 Phone | 506.327.6008 Fax
Or contact:
Project Co-ordinator: Ed Caissie
Home 506.450.9666

During the winter months, please call Ed at 386.218.5440
or Cy Carney 506.327.6553