Parks & Rec

Oppenheimer-Prager Museum at Dayspring

Also known locally as Dayspring, the property was “purchased in 1995 by Vincent Prager, a lawyer from Montreal son of Eva Prager O.C. and eldest grandson of Joseph Oppenheimer R.P. The Museum exhibits works by Eva Prager and Joseph Oppenheimer as well as interesting objects, jewelry, memorabilia, part of Vincent Prager’s collection of classic cars, as well as photo related to the Oppenheimer-Prager family, the Dunns, the Beaverbrooks and Dayspring itself.”

44 Acadia Rd, Saint Andrews, NB E5B 0B6, Canada
(506) 529-4444

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212 Water Street
Saint Andrews, NB
E5B 1B4, Canada
(506) 529-5120