Manoir Mauvide-GenestSaint-Jean Guided tours and visitsWhat to do
Visit this seigniorial manor, an authentic heritage jewel, built under the French Regime in 1734. On a self-guided or guided tour, discover the exceptional history of Jean Mauvide and Marie-Anne Genest, the architecture of their sumptuous manor as well as the artifacts that bear witness to life in the 18th century.
- In the time of Lord Jean Mauvide
A visit of this seigniorial residence, furnished as in yesteryear, takes you back in time to the seigniorial regime in New France in the 18th century.
- Jean Mauvide : Surgeon and apothecary
This exhibition recreates the surgery and apothecary cabinets, professions that Jean Mauvide practiced.
- In the footsteps of the seigniorial regime
An exhibition of aerial photographs of mansions and traces of the seigneurial system still present in the territory, in collaboration with the historian and photographer Pierre Lahoud.
- The vestiges of the Manor
Many artifacts were found during archaeological digs around the Manor in the early 2000s. Come and discover these fascinating witnesses to our history.
Period of operation
Schedule 2023: open June 21st until October 9th.
Monday and Tuesday closed, Wednesday to Friday open 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Saturday and Sunday 9:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
RatesSelf-guided tour Adults: $10,50 65 and over / students: $9 12 and under: free Guided tour (11h-13h-15h) Adults: $12 65 and over / students: $11 12 and under: free
- Cash payment
- Carte de débit