Beaulne Museum (Musée Beaulne) is at 96 rue de l'Union. The building was constructed in 1912 for Arthur-Osmore Norton, a prominent local businessman who made his fortune manufacturing a variety of railroad jacks. The permanent exhibition details the achievements of the Norton family. Also on display are local cultural heritage and the works of artists.
Guided tours of the elegant home, furnished with period furniture, are offered. Afternoon tea is served on the veranda Wednesday through Sunday in July and August.
Guided tours are available. Picnicking is permitted.