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La Cité de l’Or
Discover the two historic sites that make up La Cité de l’Or, located in Val-d’Or in the Abitibi-Témiscamingue. The Old Lamaque gold mine is an interpretation centre. Become a miner for a day and enjoy a unique experience in a real mine as you go 91 metres ...
Located in Malartic, le Musée minéralogique de l'Abitibi-Témiscamingue museum presents an exhibition on geology and mining projects in the region as well as minerals from around the world. Interactive games, earthquake simulator, fairy stones, moon rock ...
Première-Chute Generating Station
Visiting the Première-Chute generating station is discovering Québec's genius and know-how in construction. It's also having a great family activity by the Outaouais river, free and informative. You will see the powerplant, the spillway and the log chute ...
Parc national d’Aiguebelle
Come observe traces of the ice age, lava flows and rocks that are 2.7 billion years old. This exceptional protected national park is a haven of tranquility. Moose sightings are not uncommon as this region is home to the largest concentration of this species ...
Refuge Pageau
The story that will unfold as you follow the wooden trail began more than 30 years ago. It is the story of the Pageau family and their incredible relationship with animals. Refuge Pageau gives shelter to injured, sick or orphaned wildlife, provides them ...
Magasin général Dumulon
A visit to Magasin général Dumulon is an opportunity to travel back in time to Rouyn-Noranda’s pioneering days. You will be able to buy regional food, hand-made products and souvenirs. This authentic business and post office also offers a guided tour ...
Parc national d'Opémican
Experience this brand new national park and explore the pristine rivière and lac Kipawa and the cliffs of lac Témiscamingue. Gather around the fire, under giant pine trees, and listen to Anishinabeg legends. It’s the new remedy for your daily grind!
Miellerie de la Grande Ourse
Small-scale production of honey, blueberry and raspberry spreads, caramel, chocolate and honey spread, vinaigrettes, candles and other hive products. Newly mead and honey based spirits producer. Food prepared and cooked on site: bread, cookies, pastries ...
ANISIPI (which means pure water, life source, in Algonquin) Activity circuit to discover water. A touristic activity that highlights the natural and cultural heritage of Amos-Harricana, a vast territory marked by the thousand-year-old history of the Anicicape ...
Microbrasserie Le Trèfle Noir
The Trèfle Noir is a microbrewery that produces more than 185,000 liters of beer brewed annually, more than a dozen exclusive beers served every day and distributes to more than three hundred and fifty points of sale throughout Quebec, two distributors ...