Site historique de la maison Lamontagne

Photo credit : @Nicolas Martel


Attractions and Activities

Built in 1744, Lamontagne House is the oldest stone-filled half-timbered house open to the public in Eastern Quebec. Almost three hundred years old, it was built for Marie-Agnès Lepage, granddaughter of the first resident lord of Rimouski.

Animated visits, exhibitions about the life in the New France era and shop with regional products. Also on site, an exhibition about the evolution of the residential architecture in Quebec, bread baking on Friday afternoons and musical performances on Sunday.

June 217 to September 8: Every day from 9 am to 6 pm.
September 9 to Thanksgiving: Friday to Sunday from 9 am to 5 pm.

Off season and group visit : on reservation
Adult : $6
65 and over | Student | children from 6 to 17 : $4
Members SRP : free
Family : $12
Free admission on the site.
No pets allowed.
707, boulevard du Rivage
G5L 1H2
Tel.: 418 722-4038
Tel. (2): 418 722-3879 (hors saison/off season)