Patriots' National House

Built in 1810 for Jean-Baptiste Mâsse, a blacksmith, innkeeper and merchant, this stone house serves as an interpretation centre on the Patriots' Rebellion of 1837-38. Displays and a slide show explain the background of the uprising and highlight the events that led the Patriots in their long fight for freedom and democracy. The battles of Saint-Denis, Saint-Charles and Saint-Eustache are described.

Useful information

Address : 

610 chemin des Patriotes, J0H 1K0 St-Denis-sur-Richelieu


+1 450-787-3623


8 $ (-14 years old 2 $)

Opening hours

May-Sep: 11am-6pm; Oct-Dec: daily except Tue 1pm-5pm - closed Mon

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