Maison Doucet Hennessy House

The exterior of the Maison Doucet Hennessy

Local and Provincial Heritage Building circa 1850

The Maison Doucet Hennessy House is a local and provincial heritage building is believed to have been built by Acadian pioneer, Charles Doucet on the site of the original Doucet Land Grant (1807).

The working farm and homestead was occupied for the first 100 years by the Acadian Doucets and for the last 100 years by the Irish / Scottish Hennessys.

It is currently owned by the charitable organization Association Maison Doucet Hennessy House Association Inc. with a mission to preserve, maintain and restore the heritage building. More information can be found on our website.

Notes: Hours of Operation:

Fall, Winter and Spring: By Appointment
Summer: June through August Monday to Friday 8:30 am to 4:30 pm and by appointment
No Admission Fee
Donations Accepted

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375 St Peter Avenue, Bathurst, NB

506-228-3373
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