Hart House Craft House
Built in the late 1800's Hart House retains the family furnishings from vintage wallpaper and flooring to photographs, books, charts and maps. Enjoy a cup of tea in an old time kitchen where you can watch quilts being made. Tour the fisherman's home to view displays of boat building tools, fishing gear, a vegetable root cellar, a shed that stores salt cod for the winter. Talented island artisans made quilts, hooked rugs, woodwork, jams and more - all for sale in this authentic family home.
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