The guided tour of La Maison Trestler unfolds over a course made up of 16 rooms on the first floor and upstairs. It recounts the story of the milestones in the life of the Trestler family, of their descendants, and of those who came later.
The illustrations by Frédéric Back portray the premises during the days of the builder, and several stations feature soundtracks that put us in the presence of the Trestler friends and neighbours. The sprawling home contains many secrets that are here for you to discover!
Admission - Tour of the House and 3 Galleries
Adults - $5.00
Students (age 16 and under) $3.50 or Student’s package for schools 5,00$
Children (age 6 and under) Free
Family (2 adults and 2 children) $14.00
Groups (15 or more) $4.00
Several packages are available:
- Guided tour and tea room (Tea is served in the summer only by reservation, or year-round for groups of 15 or more)
- Guided tour and lunch (Groups of 15 or more)
- Guided tour for school groups with snack or with their lunch.
New for elementary and high schools
An entertaining and interactive tour about Jean-Joseph Trestler, the “King of Potash”
Enjoy a tour through the halls of Maison Trestler.
Discover games, stories and legends… It’s amazing!
Half-day tour for $5 per student, or full-day tour including a tour of the Musée Régional de Vaudreuil-Soulanges in the morning and La Maison Trestler in the afternoon for $10 per student (Free for teachers and chaperones).
Additional innformation is available by request from Maison Trestler at 450-455-6290 or from the Musée Régional de Vaudreuil-Soulanges (Educational Services) at 450-455-2092.
Hours of operation for the public may differ depending on the private events schedule. We ask that you please call to confirm availability before setting out to avoid disappointment.
Louise LeBlond Vallée, Director
Dominique Poirier, Administrative assistant – Events coordinator
Telephone: 450.455.6290 – Fax: 450.455.5341
85 Chemin de la Commune, Vaudreuil-Dorion, J7V 2C3