Bedford’s Historic Destination

Scott Manor House

Community Museum and Heritage Resource Centre
Scott Manor House is a registered heritage property, that was built c. 1770 as the family home of Joseph and Margaret Scott, and was located beside Fort Sackville, at the head of Bedford Basin.

Today, it is home to the Fort Sackville Foundation.

Admission to the house and museum is free; donations are very much appreciated. [see the hours of operation below]

Scott Manor House Museum

Discover Bedford’s History
Explore our collections of artifacts, photos, exhibits and other resources, and visit our Reading Room. Learn more about the community of Bedford, its people and heritage. Contact us for more information.

Summer Program 2024

We’re delighted to present this year’s summer program.

Join us for a series of engaging workshops, including the art of cookie decoration, jewelry crafting and the intricate designs of henna art. Plus we welcome back Maureen and Angus for yoga sessions on the lawn. Our esteemed lineup of musical acts is returning to entertain you once more. Please peruse the full list of events.

We can’t wait to welcome you back.

Tea Room

The Tea Room will reopen on the 1st of July.

We will be open seven days a week during the summer to serve our delicious oatcakes alongside a pot of tea and, if you desire, ice cream.

Our Tea Room is operated by volunteers and all proceeds go to supporting the Museum.

Scott Manor House will be in full operation from the 24th of June until the 29th of August. We will be open for visits by the public and will be conducting guided tours between 11:00 am and 4:00 pm.

The Tea Room will open for the season on Canada Day, the 1st of July, and serve guests from 2:00 pm until 4:00 pm seven days a week.

We are very proud to showcase Bedford’s oldest home, nestled on beautiful grounds, and steps away from the site of the former Fort Sackville.

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