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Location

Randall House is located at:
259 Main Street Wolfville, NS,
B4P 1C6
902-542-9775 (during museum hours)

Email: Randallhouse@outlook.com
Parking is on the West Side of Victoria Avenue beside the Museum, and along Main Street in front of Willow Park.

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Hours & Admission

The museum is open from May 30 to September 28th
From 10-5 Tuesday to Saturday, and from 1:30-5 on Sunday
Closed on Monday

Admission is free or by donation

What’s new

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An exciting season begins at Randall House

We opened May 30th! We have many events planned this season at the museum. Our exciting main exhibit opened June 12th!ATF logo This Special Exhibit commemorates the 20th anniversary of the founding of Wolfville’s famed Atlantic Theatre Festival. The Exhibit, installed at the Randall House Museum, tells the stirring story of the Festival’s founding, from its first inception in 1993 to its Grand Opening in 1995, when the ribbon of the newly converted Festival Theatre was first cut by Christopher Plummer. The Exhibit has been curated by theatre designer Katherine Ryan, and was opened 12 June by the Hon. Scott Brison, M.P. for Kings-Hants.  

Join us at the museum on July 17th for an evening full of intrigue, mystery, and…… murder?

That’s right folks. Unfortunately there’s been a horrific murder here at the museum and it’s up to YOU to solve the case. Who did it? How? Why? These are all questions that we need your superior investigative skills to help solve! Space is limited so call or email today in order to reserve your spot for this unique murder mystery event!

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On Saturday afternoons why not come for tea! tea please 001    To mark Aboriginal day June 21we launched a special exhibit featuring some of our Mi’kmaq artefacts and with information on aboriginal heritage. The exhibit will be up until the end of July.

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PAST EVENTS 

On June 18th we marked the 800th anniversary of the Magna Carta. 11205607_1158390464186481_1721894339977503131_n

On June 14  …Aboriginal day

May 30th …antique photo road show with jenny milligan

May 31 we welcomed Queen Annapolisa and featured a special apple blossom exhibit.Apple Blossom event