Myriam Baril-Tessier
Myriam Baril-Tessier
Myriam Baril-Tessier

Symmes Inn Museum

1 Front St., Gatineau (Québec), Canada

Built in 1831 by Charles Symmes, the founder of Aylmer, this heritage building located in the Old Aylmer’s heritage district is a classified historic monument and a designated National Historic Site of Canada. The Museum presents its permanent exhibition “Symmes Inn: Windows onto the Ottawa River”, which recounts (through historical figures) the various functions of this important location over the centuries.

Characteristics

  • Assisted wheelchair accessibilty
  • Accessible by public transport
  • Smoke-free
  • Free parking
  • Bus parking

1 meeting room

The maximum capacity is 35 people

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