Sainte-Anne seignorial Domain offers a permanent exhibition which explores its three centuries of history. Discover the secrets of its past: the manor's  building and evolution, the exceptional events that took place here... and quite a few juicy tidbits about the illustrious people who lived here.

Let the Sainte-Anne seigniorial Domain tell you its story, its history...

Meet Madeleine de Verchères, the feisty landlady. The heroin of Verchères followed her husband to Sainte-Anne, where she lived from 1706 to 1747. She certainly did not go unnoticed...  

Be introduced to Elizabeth Hale, a politician's aristocratic wife. Her talents as an artist allowed her to immortalize Sainte-Anne Domain and village in many drawings that inform us about what they were like during the first half of the 19th century.

Bump into Honoré Mercier, Québec Prime Minister from 1887 to 1891. The manor was his country home. In his days, the splendid estate, which he called Domaine Tourouvre, hosted many lavish receptions.

Guided tour (in costume) :
45 minutes

In season (May to September) : Adults 3,50 $
Off season : 3,50 $ / person (must be 20 persons or more)