The Fraser Manor,
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Every summer, when she arrived at the Manor, Alice, the daughter of William Fraser, would place a bouquet of flowers next to the window to announce her presence. The visual identity of the Manor was greatly inspired by this anecdote.

The Fraser Manor

Much more than a manor!

A visit at the Fraser Manor is an opportunity to discover a prestigious seigniorial residence remarkably restored, but also the chance to travel through time and jump into the daily life of the Fraser family whose influence had a significant impact on the development of the city of Rivière-du-Loup in the 19th century.

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Through the unique experience of a fascinating guided or self-guided tour, guests are invited to go back in time and immerse themselves into a whole different epoch, during which all the little secrets of the former occupants will be revealed. The room layout, the furniture and all the Victorian decorative elements were splendidly reconstituted to provide an insight in the everyday life of the Fraser family for a few hours.

Opened daily, from June 23 to September 14, 9:30 am to 5 pm

* Closed on September 6, 2024

* possibility of visits outside these dates for groups

Adults : 8.50$
Seniors: $7
Students: $6
Families: $15

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The Fraser Manor, a must in Rivière-du-Loup!


The Fraser Manor, a must in Rivière-du-Loup!

In each region, you can visit buildings, houses and other heritage sites that bear witness to the region’s history. These places are relevant to the understanding of a city or a community’s dynamics and provide further information about its former residents’ past.


The Fraser Manor: your perfect family outing when visiting Rivière-du-Loup!


A Heritage Manor with a Modern Twist

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Subscribe to the Manor membership and enjoy several benefits! At a cost of $20, our membership grants you free access to the following sites: Reford Gardens in Grand-Métis, the Maison Lamontagne in Rimouski, the Fort Ingall in Témiscouata-sur-le-Lac, the Musée de la mémoire vivante in Saint-Jean-Port-Joli and the Domaine Joly in Lotbinière. It is also a great way to support our mission!