Chevalier House


The Chevalier House, or the Maison Chevalier, was built as a home to Jean-Baptiste Chevalier in 1752. Since 1965, it's become a restored historical home dedicated to the preservation of Quebec's history. The permanent exhibit, "A Sense of the Past," draws in visitors with its demonstration of 18th and 19th century lifestyles. Architecturally, the home is inspired by French styles, while the interior features classic styles — exposed wood beams, wide-board floors, and stone fireplaces.


50 Marche Champlain Street
Quebec City, QC G1K 4R1


46.81184800, -71.20234800
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(418) 643-2158

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