Sinclair Inn Museum

The Sinclair Inn Museum is an architectural and historical marvel. Located in the heart of downtown Annapolis Royal, 230 St George Street, the building has undergone countless changes since it was built by Jean Baptiste Soullard and his Acadian wife Louise Comeau in 1710. Today, the museum is shown as a building in deconstruction. We have opened the walls and floors so that visitors can see inside the structure.  Of course, you will also want to venture into the basement where you can meet the ghosts of the Sinclair Inn.  Through a unique interpretive technique, we have allowed the ghosts of the Sinclair Inn to tell their stories of what life was like when they lived in the building.  At this site you can also learn about the Sinclair Inn’s role as the first Masonic Lodge in Canada.  In this one museum three hundred years of architecture and living are combined to create a unique visitor experience.  For regular updates on our activities, check our blog.

An interpreter working in front of the Sinclair Inn Museum.

An interpreter working in front of the Sinclair Inn Museum.

The Sinclair Inn Museum

The Sinclair Inn Museum

One of the ghosts of the Sinclair Inn

One of the ghosts of the Sinclair Inn

Masonic plaque beside the Sinclair Inn Museum

Masonic plaque beside the Sinclair Inn Museum

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