Manoir Papineau National Historic Site

Museum / historic site Region:Outaouais City : Montebello

CLOSED IN 2019 TO THE PUBLIC FOR CONSERVATION WORK

The Manoir Papineau is an seigneurial home overlooking the Ottawa River, built in the middle of the last century by Louis-Joseph Papineau, politician and lord of the Petite-Nation. The manor, the domain and all the adjacent buildings reflect the social ambitions, tastes and personality of a man who, after leaving the political arena, devoted himself to the development of this superb estate.

  500, rue Notre-Dame, Montebello, Québec, Canada, J0V 1L0
1 888 773-8888 Toll free
819 423-6965

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May 15, 2020 - October 15, 2020 (Approximate dates)

CLOSED in 2019 for conservation work

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