George Bryson Cultural House
The elegant George Bryson Cultural House, designated a historic site by the Province of Quebec, is located next to Quebec’s longest covered bridge. Browse our museum to discover the fascinating history of the Pontiac region and the Bryson family. Our tearoom recaptures the spirit of the 19th century, and offers a luncheon menu, hot drinks and pastries. Interested in family history? Explore our genealogical archives, where our volunteers will be happy to help you discover your family tree.
Official partner - Les Chemins d'eau
Partner of the first tourist route in the Outaouais: Chemins d’eau. Explore Quebec’s largest river and its many tributaries and relive the history of the region’s early settlers.
- Total access for the handicapped
- Assisted wheelchair accessibilty
- Accessible by public transport
- Restaurant on site
- Free WIFI
- Bus parking
- Paid parking
- Free parking