Did you know that la Maison Lamontagne is the oldest house open to visitors in Eastern Quebec? Witness to New France’s developpement, la Maison Lamontagne was built in 1744 by Marie-Agnès Lepage, the daugther of the lord of the domain of Rimouski. It is a rare example of a structure built using half-timbered (colombage pierroté) a technique that was imported from France in the early days of the colony.
- Visit the house accompanied by its original hosts who present the New France lifestyle. Learn on the evolution of Quebec’s architecture trough the ages with our outdoor exhibition.
707 boulevard du Rivage
Rimouski (Quebec) | G5L 1H2
T 418 722-4038