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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

Built in 1944, the Maison de la culture Villebon is the centerpiece of the City of Beloeil’s architectural heritage. This former residence now serves as a cultural meeting place and is accessible to the general public. The venue presents both intimate shows and professional exhibitions.

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...