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Housed inside the former presbytery and named after the founder of the Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary congregation, the Maison de la Culture Eulalie‐Durocher offers a regular and varied programming. Exhibitions, conferences and concerts are presented throughout the year. Gift shop and tourist information on...

Maison de la culture Villebon

Beloeil 450 467-2835, poste 2914 culture.beloeil.ca

This French style house was built in 1766. Formerly located in the Vieux-Boucherville area, it was moved to its current site in 1964. Louis-Hippolyte La Fontaine spent part of his childhood there. The house which was listed as a Historic Monument in 1965, is currently located in Parc De La Broquerie, which includes a...

The only house inhabited by Félix Leclerc that is open to the public is a heritage building and houses a permanent exhibition. The creative world remembers him as a man that traced the history and culture of Québec with his songs, poems and plays. A terrace and a beautiful garden are equipped for families and cyclists...

Maison Lenoblet-du-Plessis

Contrecoeur 450 587-5750 | 450 587-5901, poste 201 culturec.net

Built in 1794, Maison Lenoblet-du-Plessis served as the meeting place for the patriots in 1834. It was a strategic moment in time; they drafted some of their 92 resolutions in that dwelling. In 1983, Maison Lenoblet-du-Plessis was declared a historic monument by the Ministry of Culture. It has become a regional cultural...