Sir Wilfrid Laurier National Historic Site

How did people live in the 19th century? Discover the life and work of former Prime Minister Wilfrid Laurier while visiting the typical Quebec home of his youth. A charming collection of artifacts and old furnishings will help you better understand the lifestyle of residents of yesteryear.

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819-423-6965 (winter)

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