Vieux Presbytère de Deschambault

Historical Sites

117, rue Saint-Joseph
Deschambault-Grondines
QC, G0A 1S0

The Vieux presbytère is a rectory that was built in 1815 on cap Lauzon, an exceptional site overlooking the St. Lawrence River. Classified as a historic monument, this building is an important institutional in the heart of the village along with the church, convent, city hall, people's hall and general store. This heritage interpretation centre features exhibits integrating contemporary art into traditional architecture.

Schedule:
Temporarily closed

Access for Mobility Impaired People:
Partial

Parking:
Free Outdoor on Site

117, rue Saint-Joseph
Deschambault-Grondines, QC,
G0A 1S0
Vieux Presbytère de Deschambault

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