Maison de la culture et du patrimoine (Manoir Globensky) | Tourisme Laurentides
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Consult the health measures issued by the Government of Québec on COVID-19. For all tourism-related questions: [email protected] or call 450 224-7007 | 1800 561-6673.

Maison de la culture et du patrimoine (Manoir Globensky)

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Maison de la culture et du patrimoine (Manoir Globensky)

The Manoir Globensky is a stately home which, by virtue of its exhibitions and guided tours, highlights both the heritage and history of the City of Saint-Eustache and the nearby region. The permanent exhibition relates “La rébellion de 1837 dans le comté des Deux-Montagnes”, which opposed the Patriots (led by Jean-Olivier Chénier) to troops of the British Army under General Colborne. Various temporary exhibitions are also held in summer. Guided tours in French or English. In addition, stimulating educational activities are offered to school groups.

Admission: children 6 and under: free; 6 to 17 years old $5; students: $6; seniors: $7; adults: $7,50. The entry fee includes a visit to the Moulin Légaré.

Visit the Website (French only) to discover the pedestrian and audio guided circuits.

Services: 
Air conditioning
Picnic area
Boutique
Guide on request
Outdoor parking
Toilet
Public transport nearby
Product sale
Guided tour
Free Wi-Fi

Specific information:

Terms of Payment: 
Visa
Master Card
Debit Card
Cash
Sector: 
Saint-Eustache

Information

235, rue Saint-Eustache
Saint-Eustache, QC, Canada
J7R 2L7
Quebec CA
Phone: 
450 974-5170
Fax: 
450 974-2632
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  • Event
    Exhibition Histoires de rang - Paysans et producteurs de chez nous at Espace muséal du manoir Globensky
    February 22, 2021 to November 14, 2021

    Discover the new exhibition Histoires de rang. Paysans et producteurs de chez nous at the Espace muséal du manoir Globensky.

    This exhibition developed by the Corporation du Moulin Légaré in collaboration with the Comité du développement agricole de la ville de Saint-Eustache is about  the history of agriculture in Saint-Eustache.

    Saint-Eustache is known as a urbanized city, but it was not always so. Until the 1950s, the majority of the citizens practiced agriculture. Today this is no longer the case, but 70% of the territory is still protected as an agricultural area.

    Sunday to Friday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

    450 974-5170 | vieuxsainteustache.com