This architectural gem, built in 1876, is imbued with history. Enter the Victorian residence and step into the past, into the private world of Sir Wilfrid Laurier, the first francophone Prime Minister of Canada. The elegant Laurier Museum takes you on a delightful journey into our country’s political history.
- The beautiful home where the Lauriers lived features vintage 19th-century décor. Solid wood furniture, crystal chandeliers, Tiffany lamps and floral wallpaper recreate the gracious home where Laurier and his wife Zoé lived.
- Follow in the footsteps of Sir Wilfrid Laurier as you tour the exhibition that tells his story, a tale of courage and determination.