Boucher de Niverville Manor

Interesting
This whitewashed, stone manor house with red shutters was constructed about 1729 by François Châtelain. His son-in-law, Claude-Joseph Boucher, Lord of Niverville, gave the manor its name when he inherited it in 1761. It was restored in 1971. The residence is decorated with typical 18C Quebec furniture. Outside stands a statue of Maurice Duplessis (1890-1959), a native of the city and prime minister of Quebec from 1936 to 1939 and from 1944 to 1959.

Useful information

Adresse : 

168 r. Bonaventure

Phone:

+1 819-372-4531

Price:

free of charge

Opening hours

Jun-Aug: 10am-6pm, weekends noon-5pm; Apr-May and Sep-Oct: noon-5pm

Nearby tourist attractions

Old Prison (Trois-Rivières)
Old Prison (Trois-Rivières)
Linked to the Quebec Museum of Popular
Le Flambeau
Le Flambeau
The striking obelisk in the centre of
Rue des Forges
Rue des Forges
Shops and restaurants line this busy
15 minutes
Le Platon
Le Platon
In 1634 the Sieur de Laviolette built
30 minutes
St. James Anglican Church
St. James Anglican Church
The Récollets (reformed Franciscan monks
15 minutes
Moulin Michel
Moulin Michel
Erected in 1774, the Moulin Michel
See all

Other ideas « Patrimony »

Le Flambeau
Le Flambeau
The striking obelisk in the centre of
Rue des Forges
Rue des Forges
Shops and restaurants line this busy
15 minutes
Le Platon
Le Platon
In 1634 the Sieur de Laviolette built
30 minutes
See all

Other ideas « Art and Culture »

Old Prison (Trois-Rivières)
Old Prison (Trois-Rivières)
Linked to the Quebec Museum of Popular
St. James Anglican Church
St. James Anglican Church
The Récollets (reformed Franciscan monks
15 minutes
Sanctuaire Notre-Dame-du-Cap
Sanctuaire Notre-Dame-du-Cap
This legendary shrine and pilgrimage
30 minutes
See all