Papineau Manor National Historic Site

The manor was built between 1848 and 1850 by Louis-Joseph Papineau. It is an extraordinary structure with "castle like" towers. It remains home to solid wooden furniture that belonged to the Papineau family, particularly in the dining room and large sitting room. A fireproof library built in a four-storey tower once held Papineau's volumes. The estate's outhouses include a family museum, a tearoom and a granary.

Useful information


500 rue Notre-Dame, JOV 1LO Montebello


+1 819-423-6965


free of charge

Opening hours

mid May-mid Jun: Fri-Sun and Bank Hols 10am-5pm; mid Jun-early Sep: daily 10am-5pm; early Sep-mid Oct: Fri, weekends and Bank Hols 10am-5pm