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 indigenous occupation that dates back over 5, 500 years ago.
Free admission. Audio guide available. Guided tour by reservation. Programming of cultural activities.
From May 22 to October 10, Wednesday to Friday, 12 pm to 5 pm; Saturday and Sunday, 10 am to 5 pm
From June 25 to September 5, also open on Tuesday, 12 p, to 5 pm
- 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.