Maison Tessier-Dit-Laplante

Historical Sites

Dating back to 1862, this historical dwelling represents the typical house in neoclassic style common in 19th-century rural Québec. Its repeated architectural elements reflect French and British inspiration, and the raised foundation is visible beneath the attractive porch extending from the house. The Tessier-Dit-Laplante family lived here for generations. One of their sons was François-Xavier (alias Isaïe Tessier-Dit-Laplante), a mayor and the last seigneur (lord) of Beauport.

Schedule:
Temporarily closed

Parking:
Free Outdoor on Site

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2328, avenue Royale
Québec, QC,
G1C 2R7
Maison Tessier-Dit-Laplante

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