A must see at Ferme Guyon is our ancestral barn, built in 1860. Before moving it to our site, the barn was located on Bourgogne avenue in Chambly, on Alexandre Perron’s land, a carpenter-contractor.
It was also used as storage for Adrien Brien’s general store located at 1754 on Bourgogne avenue in Chambly’s historical district.
Today the barn houses our pottery and wood paintings. The barn is at times transformed into an exhibit hall, a workshop space, a farmer’s market for local farmers to display their goods or even as a gathering space for traditional or corporate events.