Events & Festivals
May, June, July, August, September, October
Location: Roosevelt International Park, Wells-Shober Cottage, 520 Route 774, Welshpool, New Brunswick
Explore the story of Eleanor Roosevelt and her life of activism and public service, led by expert interpreters in the historic Wells-Shober summer cottage.
Eleanor’s Tea - 11:00 am Atlantic (10:00 am Eastern) daily
Our morning program is served with New Brunswick-made King Cole tea and homemade cookies, and is free with a ticket available at the Visitor Centre. Tickets are first-come-first-served and are available on the day of the program only.
Eleanor’s Tea - 3:00 pm Atlantic (2:00 pm Eastern) daily
Our afternoon program is served with New Brunswick-made King Cole tea and homemade cookies, and is free with a ticket available at the Visitor Centre as well as reserved seating through our online reservation.
We look forward to presenting Eleanor’s Tea at 11:00 am Atlantic (10:00 am Eastern) and 3:00 pm Atlantic (2:00 pm Eastern) daily during our 2022 season!
Reservations can be made at https://roosevelt.simpletix.com/ , or at the Roosevelt International Park Visitor Centre.
Admission is FREE with Ticket (40 Seats Available) Monday-Sunday, one seating daily: 11:00am ADT / 10:00am EDT
Free tickets can be obtained at the Roosevelt International Park Visitor Centre. Space is limited (first come, first served).
*****Crossing the border will require a passport and being fully vaccinated.
HOW TO GET THERE
Wells-Shober Cottage is located across the main road (Route 774) from the Visitor Centre, Roosevelt Cottage, and Administration Centre. Driving from Lubec, Maine, continue past the Park main entrance for approximately 500 ft. The entrance to Wells-Shober Cottage will be on your right, immediately following a baseball field. Parking is available at Wells-Shober Cottage or at the RCIP Visitor Centre.
For more information:
The Visit Centre is open from Saturday following Victoria Day through Canadian Thanksgiving (Saturday prior to U.S. Memorial Day through U.S. Columbus Day).