VISITOR INFORMATION

Woodmen's Museum Site - is now OPEN for the Season.

Hours of operations are from Wednesday to Sunday from 10 AM to 4:30 PM

The Woodmen's Museum "Welcome Building" is available for meeting, rentals, catering, etc. 

PLEASE CALL THE MUSEUM AT 506-369-7214 FOR INFORMATION OR TO PURCHASE TICKETS. WE WILL CALL YOU BACK AS QUICKLY AS WE CAN.

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Woodmens Museum Car Show N Shine is on for Sunday August 21st. It looks like itll be a beautiful day for it and hope to see you there from 11 AM to 3 PM, 6342, Route 8, Boiestown NB., 506-369-7214.

Woodmen's Museum Car Show 'N' Shine is on for Sunday August 21st. It looks like it'll be a beautiful day for it and hope to see you there from 11 AM to 3 PM, 6342, Route 8, Boiestown NB., 506-369-7214. ... See MoreSee Less

1 day ago

What would you do with an extra $500? 💸
By taking part in our weekly 50/50 Lumberjack Split you are supporting the Woodmen's Museum — a non-profit, charitable organization.
Find us at McCloskey's on Thursday from 1-7 pm, Friday 1-7 pm and Saturday 11am - 2pm, or give us a call at 506-369-7214 to purchase your ticket(s).
E Transfers are accepted at our NEW ADDRESS info@woodmensmuseum.com
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3 days ago

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4 days ago

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Congratulations Josh!!!

Congratulations Josh

Yay Josh ! Happy for you ☺️

Congratulations Josh!

Congrats Josh! 🥳

Im not buying anymore they tell me everytime thats the winner lol

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ABOUT US

Lumbering legends, ghostly hauntings, folklore, and songs of the “Canadian” lumberjacks.  Their colorful and vibrant lives shaped by our majestic forest and the magic of our River. Boiestown became known as the supply and “jumping-off” place for the lumbering business up and down the Miramichi River. Stories of the camp cook, teamsters, loggers, lumbermen, stagecoach drivers, and the historic Whooper Train are spun throughout the Museum site; tales that are as old as the trees in our Forest.