Maison Lamontagne Historic Site
Built in 1744, Lamontagne House is the oldest stone-filled half-timbered house open to the public in Eastern Quebec. Almost 300 years old, it was built for Marie-Agnès Lepage, the granddaughter of Rimouski’s first resident seigneur. Enjoy guided tours, exhibitions of the way of life in the New France era, and a shop with local products. Within the grounds, discover an exhibition on the evolutionential architecture in Quebec, fresh bread baked on Friday afternoons and musical performances on Sundays.
House closed to visitors since September 3rd, 2023. Possibility to walk on the property only.
Off-season visits by reservation only.