The Maison Drouin is the only typical inhabitant house on the Island of Orleans that's available to the public. Built by the Canac dit Marquis family around 1730 and lived in until 1984 by the Drouin family, this historical house kept all of its authenticity. Soak up in the history of this almost 300-year-old house, and hear its story.
The exhibit on tablet "300 years and some things..." offers an interactive and poetic visit to let you learn about the history of the Maison Drouin and its inhabitants. Follow their steps and share their anecdotes while watching the 27 short videos available. An experience that you do not want to miss!
Follow the guide to learn about the singular history of the Maison Drouin and of its inhabitants, and hear surprising anecdotes.
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