Carman House Museumin-person Doors Open Cornwall and SDG Counties

  • In-person
  • Guided tours available
  • Parking
  • Partial wheelchair access
Carman House Museum

The Carman House Museum – a Georgian-era limestone cottage – was built c. 1815. The family was part of the Loyalist migration after the American Revolutionary War, receiving a land grant for their service to the Crown. It is also one of only two original buildings in Iroquois that were not moved for the 1950s construction of the St. Lawrence Seaway.

Architecture

Year built: 1815
Building type:MuseumPrivate residence
Architect: Michael Carman III
Architectural style:Georgian

Dates/hours open

Aug 20, 10:00am - Aug 20, 05:00pm

Saturday only: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.