Musée Laurier

In the Victorian decor of the ground floor, the Musée Laurier presents the apartments and personal objects belonging to Wilfrid Laurier and his wife Zoé Lafontaine.  Upstairs, we voyage back in time to this vibrant historical and political era and  are invited to relive some of the important moments of Laurier’s legacy. Temporary thematic historical exhibits complete the museum tour.

Musée Laurier

“Laurier et son temps” – Permanent exhibition 

Discover the elegant residence of Sir Wilfrid Laurier, the first French Canadian to become Prime Minister of Canada (1896-1911). Give a glance to this heritage place located in a Victorian home built in 1876. Upstairs a permanent exhibition dedicated to the life and career of Laurier.



Musée de l’Hôtel des Postes

The Musée Hôtel des Postes is devoted in its entirety to the presentation of fine arts exhibitions and the preservation of it majestic collection of over many thousands works. Fine art exhibitions and related themes within contemporary art are  presented on a regular basis.

Related to its mission, the Musée Hôtel des Postes presents a permanent exhibition recreating the decor and ambience of a post office emulating the period from 1910-1920. Adjacent to the postal museum, visitors also have access to the original clock mechanism that has been loyally running since 1910.

Musée de l'Hôtel des Postes



“Pure abstraction” – December 15th, 2019, to March 15th, 2020

Abstract art is amazing an international art movement. We have to know it better to better appreciate it, from its emergence to its emancipation until today. Why does this artistic current abandon figuration for more imaginative and sometimes more scientific compositions? Different currents of abstraction are offered to you thanks to unforgettable treasures from the Museum’s collection!



Adjacent to the Musée Laurier, the Maison Fleury aims to educate young people about culture. Since 2003, more than 600 activities have been offered to young people : creative workshops, youth exhibitions, mini-concerts, etc.


No exhibition currently presented at the Maison Fleury.