Sir Wilfrid Laurier National Historic Site

This typical Quebec home from Sir Wilfrid Laurier's youth evokes the life and work of this former politician, and features a charming collection of antique objects and furniture that provide an insight into the lifestyle of residents of yesteryear.
Please note, however, that Sir Wilfrid Laurier National Historic Site is temporarily closed for operational restructuring.

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819-423-6965 (winter)

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Temporarily closed to the public 

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