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Preserving a Legacy – Artifacts from the Runciman House

October 1, 2010 - October 31, 2010

Built in 1817 for Reverend John Milledge, the Runciman House has often been described as one of the prettiest houses in Nova Scotia because of its “Regency Cottage” architecture. Owned since the 1970s by the Heritage Canada Foundation, it is one of the last residences in Annapolis Royal to maintain a long-term connection to one of its original families. Prior to their selling of the house in 2009 to private owners, the Heritage Canada Foundation board very generously donated the collections held at the Runciman House to the Annapolis Heritage Society.

Preserving a Legacy: Artifacts from the Runciman House is our wonderful exhibit showcasing artifacts and archival images which chronicle over 175 years of one family’s life in Annapolis Royal. It is open at the O’Dell House Museum now until late July.


October 1, 2010
October 31, 2010


O’Dell House Museum
136 St. George Street
Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia Canada
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