15 Fort Sackville Rd., Bedford, Nova Scotia
Canada B4A 2G6

Phone: (902) 832-2336
E-mail: scott.manor@ns.sympatico.ca


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.

 

"A Great place to visit ."

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

Summer Program:  Kicking off the Summer Program during Bedford Days is our famous Georgian Tea on June 23. Join us on Canada Day for music, a guided walk, and a visit to the Tea Room. Through July and August there are heritage displays, exhibits, art shows, musical events and presentations. There is something for everyone and all ages, from Lego to amateur radio, banjos and bands, a book launch, railway history, art, crafts and music in many forms, and much, much more! Start planning your visits now and bring a friend! See you soon!

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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.

MUSEUM - BEDFORD, NOVA SCOTIA

Come on down to the Scott Manor House on Saturday, June 23rd for our beloved annual Georgian Tea! From 2pm to 4pm we will be celebrating the tradition of tea time with tea and treats. Entertainment during the Tea will be provided by the Pipes and Drums band of Clan Farquharson!

The Georgian Tea has been a feature of this historic building for the last 24 years. This event is held in recognition of Scott Manor, a Georgian house built around the year 1770. Hope to see you there!

Please check for changes to the program, at the bottom of the program page

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