Thomas Williams House

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Built in 1883, the Thomas Williams House is a local landmark that illustrates life in the Victorian Era. The house was the home of Thomas Williams, a well-known local figure and treasurer of the Intercolonial Railway. In summer, visitors are welcome to tour the house and marvel at the miniature doll collection and china plates housed within, and experience a taste of life in 19th-century Moncton. The Thomas Williams House is also home to a small tea room with an outdoor patio where you can enjoy a cup of tea or two. The hours of operation tend to vary so be sure to call ahead before planning a visit.

Location:  103 Park Street

Business hours:  Summer - We-Su 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.