RHSJ Museum

Museum Exhibition

A permanent exhibition in the Heritage Room attests to the presence of the Religious Hospitallers of Saint Joseph and their works in Hôtel-Dieu, Saint-Basile, from the beginnings in 1873 up to around 1973.

Organization of the artefacts centers around four themes: care of the sick, education, manual tasks and services, religion and the RHSJ community.

All the exhibits that are the property of the RHSJ were at one time or other used in Hôtel-Dieu: hospital, pharmacy, shops, kitchen, classrooms, various services, handicraft, shoe shop, chapel and sisters community.



Visiting Hours

Monday to Friday:

10 a.m. to 12 p.m.
2 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Saturday, Sunday and holidays:
reservation required

2 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Admission: free

Donations accepted.

Reservations required for group visits



Information and reservations

Bertille Beaulieu, r.h.s..j., archivist, in charge of  Heritage Room

Linda Thibodeau, technician in communication

Telephone: (506) 263-9031

Email: archivesrhsj@gmail.com



Main entrance of Hôtel-Dieu St. Joseph, 429 rue Principale, Saint-Basile, NB

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Entrance of Heritage Room, under the staircase of the Hôtel-Dieu Chapel

History of Hôtel-Dieu (Exhibition)
Sense of belonging to Greater Madawaska (Exhibition)


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Feb 21, 2022
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