AAA Editor Notes
Bolduc House is at 125 S. Main St. The museum incorporates three historic houses, the Bolduc House (circa 1792), the Bolduc-LeMeilleur House (circa 1815), and the Linden House (circa 1820). The Bolduc House, built by Louis Bolduc, is an authentically restored French Colonial house. Visitors can see where the family would have gathered for meals, hosted balls and learned the news that Louis XVI had been beheaded.
The Bolduc-LeMeilleur House was built by Bolduc's granddaughter and her husband and is an example of French and American influences on local architecture. In addition to the fine examples of early Federal furniture, there is the Hands-On History Room for children and an art gallery. The Linden House also features art displays.
Time: Allow 30 minutes minimum.