Oppenheimer/Prager Museum at Dayspring

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About Oppenheimer/Prager Museum at Dayspring

Oppenheimer-Prager Museum at Dayspring is the largest home in St Andrews-by-the-Sea New Brunswick. It was built in 1928 for Lewis Egerton Smoot, an American businessman from Washington who was, or was related to, a famous America Senator who co-authored the protectionist Smoot-Hawley Act. 

Displaying the works of artists Joseph Oppenheimer and Eva Prager, Dayspring is now St Andrews most prestigious museum of art and history. Dayspring itself is not only the space containing the museum - it is itself part of the exhibit as an architecturally interesting building as well as the home of historic personages and the scene of many interesting events.