199, rue Saint-Jean-Baptiste
Phone: 418-898-2361
Off-season phone: 418-898-2812

Built in 1859, this courthouse is a reminder of the days when L’Isle-Verte was the county town of Témiscouata and seat of the circuit court. Three times a year, a circuit judge would hear civil cases. The building is classified an historic monument (1978) and recognized as a national historic site (1981). Discover the architecture, the history, the judicial system of the period and the cases tried. 



  • Arts
  • Ethnography
  • History


  • Access for the partially disabled
  • Dining area (you can dine on site)
  • Parking


Adult : 5 $

Student : 2 $

Family : 10 $

Tours in English

Guided tours and self-guided tours

Opening times

Open in summer

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