Maison Nivard-De Saint-Dizier, musée et site archéologique
7244 Lasalle Boulevard
Verdun H4H 1R4
Located along the St. Lawrence River, Maison Nivard-De Saint-Dizier is an outstanding example of rural architecture in the early days of the French regime. The foundations of the house, built in 1710, sit on the largest pre-historical archeological site on the island of Montréal, revealing Amerindian occupation that dates back over 5, 500 years ago.
Good to know : Free admission. Free cultural activities offered all season long.
From May 13 to October 8, 2017
Tuesday to Friday: 12 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Closing for the season after october 9th
- Free parking
- Access for persons with mobility impairments
The exhibition Maison Nivard-De Saint-Dizier reveals the historical, architectural and archeological secrets of one of the oldest rural house from the French Regime and the largest pre-historical archeological site ever discovered on the island of Montréal, revealing a 5,500 years-old First Nations occupation.