Patrimoniale Roy

Exterior of the Patrimoniale Roy House

Boomtown style building that evokes the great economic boom. The Patrimoniale Roy  House is evidence of the first permanent settlement of Saint-Quentin where the first inhabitants settled in 1910.

The main family to have lived here is that of Leopold Roy and his wife Claire Bérubé and his parents Amanda and Donat Roy. The Roy`s became involved in an exemplary manner for the development of the community, which led to Leopold being named Distinguished Citizen.

In addition to being one of the first general store in Saint-Quentin, this building held several positions of importance in the region.

Restored in 2004, it was designated as a heritage site and  is home to the local community museum.

Notes: Open: June, July & August
By appointment off season
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
10h - 20h 10h - 20h 10h - 20h 10h - 20h 10h - 20h 10h - 20h 12h - 20h

215 rue Canada, Saint Quentin, NB, E3A 1K1

(506)235-3015
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