In a few words
Built between 1821 and 1830, the Sir Étienne-Paschal Taché House bears witness to the life of one of the “Fathers of the Canadian Confederation,” who was also a physician and Prime Minister under united Canada. The permanent exposition “A life of devotion” is dedicated to his life and work. Guide-interpreters will be delighted to help you learn more about this public figure. This historical home also has rooms that serve to showcase the new exhibition entitled “La grande époque de A. Bélanger Ltée” where you can discover the history of this magnymontoise fondry and the objects it produced.
June 3 to September 1: daily, from noon to 5:30 pm
September 7 to October 20, Saturdays and Sundays, from noon to 5:30 pm
For the month of September, it is possible to visit the house by booking on weekdays.
Guided tours at the half hour.
Open on public holidays from June to October. Open at all times for groups, on reservation.