Fabien Proulx-Tremblay

La Maison de la Nouvelle-Acadie


Since July 26, 2018, the public is invited to visit the Maison de la Nouvelle-Acadie, which presents the adventure of the Acadians who came to settle in the Lanaudière region in the late 18th century. The house is located in the heart of the municipality's village core, in the old house known as the beadle's house, renovated to integrate the facilities, a decision made possible thanks to the sale of the house by the Desrochers sisters to the municipality.
The permanent exhibition lifts the veil on the issues and the particular context of the deportation. It is presented in an evolving form and offers visitors a true epic through the settlement of the Acadians in the Sulpicians' seigneury and its development.



  • Schedule
  • Operation period: From Victoria Day to Thanksgiving. Wednesday to Sunday.


  • Rates: Free for residents of New Acadia with proof of residency (Saint-Jacques, Sainte-Marie-Salomé, Saint-Alexis, Saint-Liguori).Adults (13 years and over): $5 Children (6 to 12 years) : $3 Children (0 to 5 years): free
La Maison de la Nouvelle-Acadie
98, rue Saint-Jacques
Saint-Jacques, QC J0K 2R0

This attraction is part of

Municipalité de Saint-Jacques

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