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Lieu historique national Louis-S.-St-Laurent

6790, route Louis-S.-St-Laurent, Compton, Quebec J0B 1L0, Canada
+1 888-773-8888
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Musée Louis St Laurent

Great place and historical value the man was a father of the United Nations assembly and a great... read more

Reviewed 20 July 2017
Claude L
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Montreal, Canada
A well preserved historical site

While this National Park may be minimal in size, it is rich in history. The property is well... read more

Reviewed 23 May 2017
flyboycanada
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Ottawa, Canada
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The Louis S. St. Laurent National Historic Site of Canada, which is located in Compton, in the Eastern Townships, some 20 km from Sherbrooke, is a living reminder of the life and work of the former Prime Minister of Canada. The rural atmosphere of the village, the charming house in which Louis St. Laurent was born, the once bustling general store.
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19 Jul 2017
“Musée Louis St Laurent”
23 May 2017
“A well preserved historical site”
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6790, route Louis-S.-St-Laurent, Compton, Quebec J0B 1L0, Canada
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Reviewed 20 July 2017

Great place and historical value the man was a father of the United Nations assembly and a great Canadian from Québec.

Thank Claude L
Reviewed 23 May 2017

While this National Park may be minimal in size, it is rich in history. The property is well preserved and it demonstrates with accuracy the way of life in the past of one of our great leaders. Cake is served on Canada Day and it...More

Thank flyboycanada
Reviewed 29 September 2015

I am always amazed at how little reverence is afforded past Canadian Prime Ministers, including dead ones. The birth places or residences of such great PMs as Sir John A. MacDonald and Wilfred Laurier are owned by private foundations and not the Canadian people. Therefore...More

Thank maritimeexplorer
Reviewed 1 July 2015

As soon as we entered the General Store we were warmly welcomed by park staff. The staff clearly loved this site and were very knowledgable. The multi media show was informative (we are Americans). A good way to spend a rainy Sunday afternoon.

Thank lovethebayarea
Reviewed 18 March 2015

The museum, store and house, are set up in a way to easily go through and see everything. Plus the short history lesson is done in a unique way.

Thank Eleanor M
Reviewed 2 June 2014

Loved the old general store and story of this Canadian historical figure. Felt like we were in the families living rooms (we were!) and the staff were marvellous, bilingual and funny and well-trained. They let us in the house even tho they had a large...More

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