Take a guided tour of Manoir Le Boutillier, a national historic site of Canada originally owned by John Le Boutillier, a major cod exporter (1850-1860). This authentically restored home with its period furnishings was also used as a warehouse and office. Let your guide take you back in time to a period when this region was bustling with economic activity.
Manoir Le Boutillier helps promote arts and crafts from the Gaspésie region by showcasing local maritime heritage.
New: an exhibit of family portraits inside the manor.
Take a break at the manor’s tea room, which serves Camellia Sinensis products. Our staff will tell you about the properties of various teas and offer you a selection of pastries made by local pastry chef Pascale Malo.
Finally, visit the gift shop, which helps promote arts and crafts from the Gaspésie region by showcasing local maritime heritage.
Mid-June to mid-October
ScheduleDaily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Cost$8/adult, $6/student or senior, free for children under 11, $18/family
ReservationsRequired for groups of 10 or more
- Picnic area
- Free parking
- Other: Tea room
How to get there
The site is on Route 132, in the heart of L'Anse-au-Griffon, in Gaspé.
Affiliations and distinctions
- Gaspé Tourism and Convention Board
- Tourisme Gaspésie
- Regional winner of a Québec Tourism Award in the "Tourist Attraction under 50,000 Visitors" category in 2005