Rose House Museum in Waupoos

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Rose House Museum in Waupoos

Rose House has survived since the early 1800s with few alterations, inhabited by 5 generations of the Rose family. Peter Rose arrived in Prince Edward County among first Marysburgh settlers, made up largely of United Empire Loyalists and Hessian (German) soldiers who had fought for the British in the American Revolution. According to tradition, Rose House is constructed from salvaged timber from the community’s original Lutheran Church. Peter and his wife, Christina Bongard, raised 11 children in this modest farmhouse.

Location:  3333 County Road 8, in Waupoos
Contact Phone            (613) 476-5439 or 613.476.2148 ext 426
Email   [email protected]
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Annual Fish Fry  in August
There are people who attend EVERY fish fry in the County! They can’t get enough of that fresh County white fish, and the Rose House fry is one of the best. If you missed the others, come on down and enjoy this annual tradition.

German Dinner in September
For one night only, the rooms of Rose House are transformed into a charming café, complete with a hearty meal of German cuisine and the musical stylings of Wolfgang the Entertainer. Reservations only.
5p.m. and 6p.m. sittings. Please call 613-476-5439 for details.
3333 County Road 8, Waupoos.

Loyalist Re-enactment at Rose House Museum

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