Closed to the public for conservation work

Manoir Papineau National Historic Site is currently closed to the public for major restoration work. Thank you for your understanding. More information

A Glimpse into the Past

Old-Time Winter Activities at the Manor Old-Time Winter Activities at the Manor

Scrapbooks filled with old photographs offer us a glimpse into life at the manor of Louis-Joseph Papineau and his family.

Sit on a rustic bench to enjoy these images!

The Papineau Chapel

In the middle of the woods, on one of our frequent trips to the church, we will delve into memories that are dear to the heart and to the memory... Louis-Joseph Papineau wrote to his son Amédée on January 31, 1852.

The Papineau Funeral Chapel
The Papineau Funeral Chapel

In the area around the manor house road, beneath high pines, in the calm of the estate's forest, lies the Papineau funeral chapel. Since 1855, many family members have been buried here, Louis-Joseph Papineau among them.

Note: the interior of this building is not open to public.

The Tea House

Le pavillon de thé vu du jardin A View of The Tea House from the Garden

This original structure from the picturesque estate of Louis-Joseph Papineau has undergone numerous transformations over the past. Discover the many “personalities” of this building with the exhibition behind the windows.