Manoir Papineau National Historic Site
Set in Montebello, halfway between Gatineau and Montréal, Manoir Papineau is a page straight out of 19th century history that opens right before your eyes, the grand estate of Louis-Joseph Papineau, the man who was to become a leading figure in Canadian politics.
Flanked by four towers, the manor house rules over its surrounding landscape with its landscaped garden, spacious lawns, wooded areas and a stream.
Take an excursion into the life of the head of Francophone patriots. On the menu: a guided tour of the manor and its outbuildings. Nostalgia is guaranteed.
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500 Notre-Dame Street
Montebello QC J0V 1L0
Hours of operation
June 26 to September 4
Every day, from 10 am to 5 pm*
September 5 to October 9
Friday, Saturday, Sunday and holidays, from 10 am to 5 pm*
*For information on the hours of the French and English guided tours the day of your visit, please contact us at 819-423-6965
Free admission in 2017. Other fees still apply.
Detailed fees list
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