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We spent a couple oh hours here - much longer than expected. The story of the house and its occupants is comprehensively told in both French and English with a great deal of detail - a fascinating insight to the early life of the settlers.
Very historic building that is also very small. The set up tells a pretty good story about the history of the region in the early French period. Kind of interesting that the owner went back to France after the British won the 7 Years War...More
It's the oldest house in the town. Too bad there is not much inside to show. We just walked by and got invited inside by a friendly staff member. I wouldn't go there if it was not on the way to something else.