The Quaco Museum and Library opened in July 1978. The Museum contains the permanent collection of artifacts and other material relating to the history and heritage of the Quaco – St. Martins area.

Quaco Queen

Ships built in St. Martins sailed around the world for decades bringing prosperity and power to New Brunswick, and now, 148 years later, a piece of marine art history has been brought back home to Saint Martins. Join the Quaco Museum, as we  welcome home the restored figurehead from the ship – The Prince Victor.

Email: president@quaco.ca
Museum: 1-506-833-4740

We will be open 10:00 am to 4:00 pm Friday to Sunday this week (2nd to 4th October). This will be our final days of being open this year. The Gift Shop will have selected items marked down 30%.

Due Covid 19 restrictions and regulations you will be asked complete a questionnaire.

Fax: 1-506-833-2008

236 Main Street
St. Martins, NB  E5R 1B8

The David
(built in St. Martins by Allan McLean)
Capt. William & Gloranna Fownes
Inside the main Exhibit at the Quaco Museum: Women waited for their sailor husbands to return from the sea
… sometimes, in vain.
The launching of the Quaco Queen

Collections Policy

The Quaco Museum collects, conserves and displays objects that give insight to the heritage of the St. Martins area. Gifts of such objects to the Museum are always welcome, but must be made without condition, giving the Quaco Historical and Library Society ownership of the item. The Museum also accepts loans of objects for interpretation and display. Such loans are for a stated duration. We cannot accept loans for indefinite periods.