The Roy Historical House located at the heart of the town of Saint-Quentin, next to the library, the town hall and the church, in the business sector, on route 17, is a place of choice to experience the local history.
Erected in the 1910s, the Roy Historical House is a perfect example of the first permanent buildings which replaced the initial log houses build by the first settlers in Saint-Quentin.
Due to its boomtown style and the role played in the area, this building was designated 'Local Historical Site' by the Société Historique de Saint-Quentin, the town of Saint-Quentin and the Province of New Brunswick.
The Roy Historical House has been restored in 2004 by the local historical society and now house a community museum. Visitors will explore the first fifty years of local history thru multiple artefacts.
This site was created and is hosted by: Irene Doyle © 2010