Bryson House and Red Bridge
Bryson House cultural house
Historical museum, genealogy center , Tea-Room and Library
The house was built in 1854 by Georges Bryson a Scottish immigrant famous for the development of agriculture and forestry in the area. The house exemplifies the Georgian architecture in the area. It is now a genealogy center where you can discover your ancestor’s paths. A Victorian Tea-Room in now open from Wednesday to Sunday and offers a variety of fin teas and coffees accompanied with homemade pastries.
314 rue Principale
Felix Gabriel Marchand covered bridge
The Marchand bridge which is referred by locals, as the the red bridge , was constructed in 1898. Presently it is the longest-covered bridge still in use in Québec measuring 151.59 meters and is constructed entirely of pine. This is the symbol of our municipality.