Kingston Peninsula Heritage
Visit our virtual exhibit "New Brunswick's MacDonald Consolidated School" at the Digital Museum of Canada. This exhibite explores the fascinating history of New Brunswick's first consolidated school, which is still a functioning school and houses the John Fisher Memorial Museum in the basement!
Our Locations of Operation
With the generous support of the local community, the group aims to preserve the cultural history of the Kingston Penninsula, share the history, and engage with the community. Kingston Peninsula Heritage is the custodians of the 1810 Carter House heritage home, museum, and tea room, the John Fisher Memorial Museum, the Cedars Lighthouse, and the Glen Moss Nature Trail.
If you are interested in getting involved with Peninsula Heritage, find us on Facebook by clicking the Facebook logo or email us at Kingstonpeninsulaheritage@kingstonnb.ca There are many volunteer opportunities available.
Those interested in becoming members of Peninsula Heritage can stop by the John Fisher Memorial Museum during business hours and fill out an application, or fill it out below. $15 per person, or $20 per family.