1800 to 1850 Gallery

An Assembled Drawing Room for a typical Aristocratic Fredericton Colonial Family Pre-Confederation Time, 2009

An Assembled Drawing Room for a typical Aristocratic Fredericton Colonial Family Pre-Confederation Time, 2009

Located on the second floor of the Fredericton Region Museum, the Assembled Drawing Room exhibit is a small room filled with beautiful treasures. It is ideal for small meetings and workshops.

The gallery has been used for fiddle workshops and troupe practices and also for Irish drum workshops.

Room Size
15’ 9” x 13’ 4” – Approximately 208 square feet

Capacity
Banquet Style (60″ wide round tables) – Maximum 16 people
Conference Style (Attendees sat on all sides) – Maximum 8 people
Theatre or Auditorium Style (Rows of chairs) – Maximum 20 people
Reception Style – Maximum 20 people

These calculations are an approximation of room capacity. Extra room square footage will need to be subtracted to accommodate staging and audio-visual requirements, especially rear projection. Also, allow for any exhibits or other obstructions.

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