Clair Historical Site (Clair)

The Daigle-St-Jean house at the Clair Historical Site, a large blue house with a veranda

The Daigle-St-Jean house on the Clair historical site. This house was built by Augustin Daigle around 1848 and was later sold to Joseph St-Jean in 1943. After being vacated by Lévite St-Jean in 1982, the building was acquired by the Clair Historical Society in October 1983, whow renovated it and moved to its current location in the summer of 1984. It is currently used for various cultural and historical activities.  The home boasts a rich collection including artifacts, agricultural tools and furniture dating back to the 1800s.

Call: (506) 992 – 3637

Closed temporarily – 2024

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