Covid 19 - Merry House is closed
Due to spread of the coronavirus (Covid-19), the Merry House is closed to the public until further notice. For informations: 819 201-0727
Tuesday to Sunday, from 10:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
From Patriot’s Day (May 18 2020) to Labor day (September 7 2020)
Tuesday to Sunday, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Day after Labor Day (September 8 2020) to Patriot’s Day (May 23 2021)
Every day for groups of 10 or more by reservation
Holiday season and statutory holidays
The Merry House shall remain open on holidays.
The House will be closed on December 24, 25, 26, and 31, as well as on January 1 and 2.
Individual Visitors *
Seniors (ages 65 and up)
Students (ages 6 and up)
Children (ages 5 and under)
Family (2 adults with children)
10% for the companion of a Magogois and the Mont-Orford ski season pass holder
10% on presentation of a ticket from the Colby-Curtis Museum, Beaulne Museum or Old Stone House and day pass from the Grand Cru boat or Orford Express train.
Free entrance for...
The companion of a disabled person
Members of the press
Members of the Société des Musées Québécois (SMQ)
* The entrance to the Merry House is valid for 48 consecutive hours (this offer is not valid on Sundays because we are closed the next day).
Adults - $ 9.50
Seniors - $ 8.10
Students - $ 6.65
* Ask us for our complete preferential rates
A group is composed of 10 persons and more
One free admission is granted per group
Always free for bus drivers
Be part of the family!
You wish to influence the development of the Merry House ? Highlighting the heritage of our region is important to you? Become a member of the Merry House.
In addition to supporting our mission, you will enjoy a number of exclusive benefits to members, such as free entry to exhibitions, discount at the store and special events, discounts for the services of the Magog Historic Society, the right to vote at our annual general meetings and the possibility of joining our Board.
Review here the complete list of benefits of the Merry House members.
Membership terms and conditions
$20/ year or $50/ 3 years
Family (parents and their children)
$30/ year ou $75/ 3 years
$100/ year for a profit-oriented organization or $50/ year for an non-profit organization
$500/ 3 years
Here is the membership form. Thank you for filling it out and sending it to us, with a check, to the attention of the Merry House, 708 Principale St. West, Magog (Quebec) J1X 2B3. Thank you for your support!
|Visitors||Free parking spaces reserved for the Merry House visitors at the Pointe Merry parking ; in between the blue signs.|
|Visitors with reduced mobility||The parking next to the house (708 principale street) is solely reserved to persons with reduced mobility.|
|Bus dock on Merry Street North, near Principale Str., close to the Visual Arts Center.
After the drop-off, the bus must park at the Du Moulin parking lot while waiting for the return of its passengers.
Before or after your stop at the Merry House, take this opportunity to discover the numerous tourist attractions nearby.
As the mecca of Eastern Townships tourism, the Memphremagog MRC is characterized by the beauty of its landscapes and the rich diversity of its activities blending heritage, nature, and culture. Food-loving tourists will be delighted by the variety of restaurants and events showcasing the region’s flavours. Outdoor enthusiasts will have a hard time choosing from all the activities and will admire the beauty of the natural setting and the quality of the facilities.
Tours of the Merry House enhances the current tourism offering, and add a touch of authenticity, culture, and local history to your stay in the Magog Region.
Did you know that the Merry House is now an official stop along the beautiful Townships Trail?
The Townships Trail, another way to fall in love with the Eastern Townships! The Townships Trail provides you with an opportunity to experience the Eastern Townships differently! It highlights the region’s built and natural heritage along a marked tourist route. The various locations reveal stunning scenery and our heritage, which reflects both American and British influences, one of our region’s distinctive characteristics.