Eight women, of various ages and with various backgrounds, all share a love of pottery. What better way to share that love, than through a ceramics exhibit and sale at the Scott Manor House? Their exhibit is cenetered around the theme "Saltwater Treasures" and the artists involved with the 8 of Clay will be at the Manor House from July 16th to the 22nd and will be showcasing and selling their work between the hours of 1 pm and 4 pm.
Scott Manor will also feature Railway Memorabilia, a display by Robert Tennant. History of the Canadian Railway has been a lifelong interest of Robert, who has produced several books on the topic. Visitors will have the opportunity to browse old maps, employee timetables, artifacts and more! The show will take place between July 16th - 22nd,1pm to 4pm.
July 19th from 7 - 8pm, the Dartmouth Concert Band will be performing live music at Scott Manor.
Learn more about everything happening at Scott Manor by clicking on the Summer Program page at the top of the website!
Reminder that our Tea Room is open all summer Monday to Friday 2-4pm, and guided tours are available daily from 10 - 4pm, with the exception of Wednesday, when the tours are available from 12 - 8pm.
Please check for changes to the program, at the bottom of the program page
15 Fort Sackville Rd., Bedford, Nova Scotia
Canada B4A 2G6
Phone: (902) 832-2336
Free admission. Donations appreciated.
July 1 to August 30
Open Daily 10 am - 4 pm
Except Wednesday, open 12 pm to 8 pm.
Sept. - June, by appointment
TEA ROOM (cash only)
July 1 - August 30
Monday-Friday, 2 - 4 pm
Wheelchair accessible on ground floor.
Fort Sackville Foundation is hosting Painting at Scott Manor, Art in the Making 2018, at 15 Fort Sackville Road, Bedford, on Saturdays from July 7 to August 11. Come and find your inspiration to paint on the grounds of Scott Manor House. Complete information and registration form are available at www.scottmanor.ca/events
Our tour guides will be pleased to take you on a tour of Scott Manor House, a registered heritage property built c. 1770. Visit the summer program displays, stroll the grounds and view the old Fort Sackville site, c. 1749. Take time to browse our collections of photos and local histories. Visit our cozy Tea Room.