The O'Neill House

O'Neill House in harmony with nature and culture
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Permanent exhibition

Entitled “The O’Neill House and its Site: Three Centuries of History”, a permanent exhibition occupies part of the ground floor of the house.

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Activities and Shows 2018-2019

The shows take place at the outdoor gazebo. Bring your chair.

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Built around 1860, O’Neill House, located at 3160, boul. Wilfrid-Hamel, Quebec, was inhabited until the summer of 1991 by the daughters of Thomas John (Jack) O’Neill.

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Our mission

To exploit the O’Neill House and site to render it accessible to the public for cultural and recreational enjoyment.
  • To preserve and exploit the architecture of the residence. To preserve the natural state of certain parts of the site currently under development

  • To plan residence utilisation and supporting structure construction to accommodate the activities and equipment needed for typical exploitation of the site

  • To provide convenient access to the river

  • To run the site, while respecting its conservation objectives, through popular and accessible activities that assure optimal use of this remarkable estate; To develop the site as a centre for local cultural events; To open the site, through concrete actions, to regional tourism

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