The Jacques Cartier Manor House Museum
After Jacques Cartier, the Manor House become a farm house and ramained as such until 1978.
In 1978, David M. Stewart an avid collector fascinated with Canada's early history, acquired the J Jacques Cartier Manor House on behalf of the Society of the Friends of Jacques Cartier, a canadian non profit organization.
The last owner of the house was preparing to modernize the interior of the building that would have caused irreparable damages to this historical house.
The restoration of the buidings began immediately following the purchase of the property. The work was placed in the hands of the chief architect of Bâtiments de France, Ille-et-Vilaine and lasted for a period of six years.
The Jacques Cartier Manor House Museum officially opened as a museum on May 19, 1984, during the 450th anniversary celebrations of Jacques Cartiers voyages to Canada.