Created in partnership with New Brunswick Branch of the Monarchist League of Canada, the exhibit is a Diamond Jubilee project produced to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the reign of Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II. Entitled “A Hearty Welcome: Royal Tours of New Brunswick, 1794-2012”, the exhibit explores the rich past of New Brunswick’s relationship with the Royal family. From its earliest days as a British colony to modern times, New Brunswick has played host to many members of the Royal Family. The first royal visit took place in 1794 when Prince Edward Augustus, son of King George III, was in command of all of His Majesty’s troops in New Brunswick and Nova Scotia. A variety of photographs are included in the display, from an early print of Queen Victoria in her coronation robes from the York Sunbury Historical Society collection to a photograph taken by the curator of Prince Charles during his recent visit.