By walking through the doors of this authentic general store from the beginning of the 20th century, you'll discover the excitement of the post-war era and the life and work of Louis-S. St-Laurent. Enjoy the collection of more than 5,500 antiques in the St-Laurent residence.
- Visit the general store that belonged to Louis S. St. Laurent's father, Jean-Baptiste-Moïse, and discover an old-time country ambience. The counters and shelves, all authentic, are covered with reproductions of articles evocative of daily life in a village at the turn of the century. The authenticity of the store is enhanced by conversations around the iron stove, and by various items of that time, such as whalebone corsets, chamber pots and washboards.