Monument-Lefebvre National Historic Site

Recognized as a living symbol of the Renaissance Acadienne, Monument-Lefebvre National Historic Site is located in Memramcook, New Brunswick. It is a community gathering place that allows everyone to appreciate the history, culture and achievements of the Acadian people.

Visiting Monument-Lefebvre National Historic Site

Activities and experiences

Things to do, exhibit, Cultural Café, Parks Canada Xplorers.

Plan your visit

Maps and directions, fees, hours of operation, facilities and services.

Information centre and cultural café

Learn about the Memramcook Visitor Information Centre, Cultural Café and Acadian boutique.

Historical theatre

The theatre is a highly praised performance venue because of its exceptional acoustics.


Daily visitor fees and more. Free admission for youth.

About Monument-Lefebvre National Historic Site

Culture and history

Saint Joseph's College, Cultural Centre, National Historic Site designation.

Stewardship and management

Site management, partners and collaborators.

Contact us



  Complete address
How to reach us

Hours of operation

September to June
Tuesday to Saturday
10 am to 4 pm

July and August
Open daily
9 am to 5 pm


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