1821 Murray Manor

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Murray Manor  1821 Art & Culture House

Vera Saeme 225 Main Street  -  Yarmouth Nova Scotia - B5A 1C6  Office:  + 1 - 902 742 2632  Cell: + 1 - 902 774 1113 E: vsaeme@murraymanor.com
Ideally   situated   at   the   corner   of   Main   and   Forest   Streets,   one   block uphill   from   the   Yarmouth   International   Ferry   Terminal,   the   historic Murray    Manor    Art    &    Culture    House    is    a    destination    for    many reasons. Food   aficionados   can   step   up   to   the   French   Crêperie   window   to order       warm       and       flavourful       sweet       or       savoury       crêpes, complemented    by    our    exclusive    blend    coffee.    Specialty    sorbets and   homemade   ice   cream   are   also   lovingly   prepared   on   site.   Enjoy these in our garden setting, or while exploring our statuary haven.   Art   lovers   are   invited   to   tour   our   Gallery   -   featuring   unique   work   of the    most    renowned    regional    artists    that    encompasses    several mediums.   Talent   from   the   fundamental   cultures   of   southwestern Nova     Scotia     -     Mi’kmaq,     Acadian     and     English     -     is     strongly represented.

Bistro ~ Coffee ~ Crêperie

Open for the season Monday through Friday from 10 am to 6 ish Saturday from 9 am to 5 ish Sunday Closed Bistro is Fully Licensed

Gallery

Open from Monday through Saturday from 10 am till 4 pm Closed on Sunday

Contact info.

Murray Manor  1821 Art & Culture House

Vera Saeme 225 Main Street  -  Yarmouth Nova Scotia - B5A 1C6  Office:  + 1 - 902 742 2632  Cell: + 1 - 902 774 1113 E: vsaeme@murraymanor.com
1821 Murray Manor
Ideally   situated   at   the   corner   of   Main   and   Forest   Streets,   one   block   uphill   from   the   Yarmouth   International   Ferry Terminal, the historic Murray Manor Art & Culture House is a destination for many reasons. Food   aficionados   can   step   up   to   the   French   Crêperie   window   to   order   warm   and   flavourful   sweet   or   savoury crêpes,   complemented   by   our   exclusive   blend   coffee.   Specialty   sorbets   and   homemade   ice   cream   are   also   lovingly prepared on site. Enjoy these in our garden setting, or while exploring our statuary haven.   Art   lovers   are   invited   to   tour   our   Gallery   -   featuring   unique   work   of   the   most   renowned   regional   artists   that encompasses   several   mediums.   Talent   from   the   fundamental   cultures   of   southwestern   Nova   Scotia   -   Mi’kmaq, Acadian and English - is strongly represented.

Bistro ~ Coffee ~ Crêperie

Open for the season Monday through Friday from 10 am to 6 ish Saturday from 9 am to 5 ish Sunday Closed Bistro is Fully Licensed

Gallery

Open from Monday through Saturday from 10 am till 4 pm Closed on Sunday
1821 Murray Manor

Contact info.

Murray Manor  1821 Art & Culture House

Vera Saeme 225 Main Street  -  Yarmouth Nova Scotia - B5A 1C6  Office:  + 1 - 902 742 2632  Cell: + 1 - 902 774 1113 E: vsaeme@murraymanor.com
Ideally    situated    at    the    corner    of    Main    and    Forest Streets,      one      block      uphill      from      the      Yarmouth International     Ferry     Terminal,     the     historic     Murray Manor   Art   &   Culture   House   is   a   destination   for   many reasons. Food   aficionados   can   step   up   to   the   French   Crêperie window     to     order     warm     and     flavourful     sweet     or savoury     crêpes,     complemented     by     our     exclusive blend    coffee.    Specialty    sorbets    and    homemade    ice cream   are   also   lovingly   prepared   on   site.   Enjoy   these in   our   garden   setting,   or   while   exploring   our   statuary haven.   Art   lovers   are   invited   to   tour   our   Gallery   -   featuring unique    work    of    the    most    renowned    regional    artists that   encompasses   several   mediums.   Talent   from   the fundamental   cultures   of   southwestern   Nova   Scotia   - Mi’kmaq,       Acadian       and       English       -       is       strongly represented.

Bistro ~ Coffee ~ Crêperie

Open for the season Monday through Friday from 10 am to 6 ish Saturday from 9 am to 5 ish Sunday Closed Bistro is Fully Licensed

Gallery

Open from Monday through Saturday from 10 am till 4 pm Closed on Sunday