About the Maison Nivard-De Saint-Dizier – Museum and Archaeological site
A historical building dating back to 1710 gives you a glimpse of a rural house in New France. The land upon which it stands marks the largest prehistoric archaeological site in Montreal dating over 5000 years of the First Nations occupied territory. Discover the tools they used and how they lived in the settlements in Montreal over time.
Address: 7244, boulevard Lasalle, Verdun, Quebec, H4H 1R4
Telephone: (514) 765-7150
Closest metro: Angrignon
Nearby attractions: Angrignon Park, St-Lawrence River
Hours of operation
From May 16 to October 11 open from Wednesday to Friday between 12 pm to 5pm.
From May 16 to October 11, open Saturday & Sunday between 10 am to 5pm.
From June 23 to August 30, open Tuesday between 12 pm to 5pm.
Notes from a local
- The official website of the Maison Nivard-De Saint-Dizier – Museum and Archaeological site
- Street parking is available for free
- Enjoy a relaxing stroll along the riverside