This virtual exhibition allows us to discover the main periods of occupation and the remains of the Grantham Hall estate. By taking an interest in this site, we discover the first decades of the Drummondville colony, when this colonial-style manor house — built between 1843 and 1846 — was frequented by the Canadian bourgeois elite until 1922, the year of its destruction in a fire.Start reading the story
This exhibition is presented by the Société d'histoire de Drummond, thanks to Digital Museums Canada.
This online project was developed with the support of the Digital Museums Canada investment program. Digital Museums Canada is managed by the Canadian Museum of History, with the financial support of the Government of Canada.