The Merry House is a place of memory citizen telling the story of Magog and its region, from the Aboriginal to today, through the American settlers.

Discover the oldest house in urban Magog through a varied program of activities and special events. Guided tour of the house, family archeology workshop, conferences, mobile outdoor experience ... heritage architecture, anecdotes and archaeological artefacts are waiting for you!

Guided tour

Follow the guide to explore the secrets of the oldest house in urban Magog!

While browsing their exhibitions, one on the history of Magog, the other on textile workers, you will discover the many facets of the House Merry. The visit of the outdoor site and the archeology workshop complete the experience.

Part of the visit will take place outside. Plan clothes and an umbrella accordingly. A cloakroom is available.

There is no on-site parking except for people with reduced mobility: for the bus dock, we invite you to drop off participants on Merry Street, near the Visual Arts Center, and then go park at Des Moulins Park. For individual parking, we invite you to park in the nearby municipal parking (Pointe Merry Park, Cabana, Moulins). The first two hours are free, upon presentation of an entry ticket from Maison Merry.

Two parking spaces for people with reduced mobility are available directly on site (entrance on Principale Street).


A place of citizen memory, Maison Merry is proud to offer three eloquent conferences on the history and development of its city, Magog.

Special Events

Maison Merry presents a fun and festive program of special events, through three series of events. Shows, conferences and workshops are waiting for you to rediscover our history.

Group home

Maison Merry warmly welcomes groups of all ages and interests to visit the site. There are several options for creating a custom activity for your group.

Our team at your service

Pierre Poulin
Pierre Poulin
Convention and Knowledge Tourism Delegate