The 1810 Carter House
The 1810 Carter House will be open as a heritage site from 10 AM to 4 PM. Lunch services will be resuming for the 2022 season, starting July 5, 2022. Join us Tuesday to Friday, from 11 am to 3 pm, for a classic tea experience. Complete with artisan sandwiches and gourmet desserts.
The 1810 Carter house also now accepts credit or debit cards!
Address: 874 NB-845, Kingston, NB E5N 1V3
COVID-19 protocols are in effect.
The 1810 Carter House was initially built by Loyalist Frances Newman Perkin in the early 1800s. In 1855, Newman's daughter's husband, William Pywell, sold the house to William A. Carter. It remained the Carter family homestead until 1936. In 1964, the Carter House was purchased by the Kingston Peninsula Heritage, where it was restored to its current state, with the intention to preserving it for the future. Today, it operates as a heritage home, library, museum, and tea room.
Phone: (506) 832-2902
Address: 874 Route 845, Kingston New Brunswick. E5N 1V3