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Glanmore National Historic Site collects objects that best serve to illustrate the history of the Belleville region to the present, objects that depict the lifestyle of Glanmore’s original residents, and objects associated with the commemorative elements of the site.
The museum houses an estimated 20,000 artifacts. Many of these artifacts are incorporated into the restored room displays throughout the historic house.

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Learn more about Glanmore’s different artifact collections:

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Glanmore Collection

(Phillips-Burrows-Faulkner Collection) Objects original to the historic house including furniture, rugs, art, books, documents and architectural fixtures.

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Couldery Collection

European fine art and furnishings collected by the Couldery family in the late 1800s.

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Regional Collection

Historical artifacts, primarily from the Belleville area, including a wide range of household and personal objects.

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Sir Mackenzie Bowell Collection

Porcelain & Canadian silver that belonged to Sir Mackenzie Bowell, Prime Minister of Canada, 1894-1896.

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William Sawyer Portrait Collection

Portraits, primarily of local & regional politicians, painted by noted Canadian artist William Sawyer.

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Manly MacDonald Collection

Several pieces of artwork by Manly MacDonald as well as furniture and household objects from his home in Point Anne.