(FR) Photo : Maddylane
(FR) Photo : Maddylane
Greenwood Centre for Living History

Greenwood Centre for Living History


Get a glimpse of Hudson’s past

Greenwood House is a historic home and garden that offers visitors an unparalleled vision of the region’s past. Built on the banks of Lac des Deux-Montagnes in 1732 and expanded in the following years, Greenwood Cottage has been the home of the Delesderniers, Shepherd, and Nobbs families for five generations, two families of fascinating characters whose letters and effects bring life to the house decades later. You will hear their stories as you tour the beautifully conserved property full of period furniture, costumes, and important Canadian artifacts; you can even stay for tea on the back porch!

Greenwood is run by dedicated volunteers who also organize a variety of activities throughout the year, including Treasures in the Attic, theatre productions on the lawn, and StoryFest, a month-long literary festival celebrating Canadian authors.

Contact information

254, rue Main
Hudson (Quebec)  J0P 1H0
450 458-5396 history@greenwoodcentre.org greenwood-centre-hudson.org

Opening period

June to September

Good to know

Héritage canadien du Québec, Conseil des arts du Canada
  • Guided tour
  • French, English

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