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Built around 1765, the Seigneurial Mill of Pointe-du-Lac, located in Trois-Rivières, is one of the most beautiful jewels of Quebec’s rural architecture. Classified Heritage site, this mill is one of the few premises of its era to have functioning mechanisms ...
Ulverton Woolen Mills
Located in a spectacular setting steeped in history, the Moulin à laine d'Ulverton (Ulverton Wool Mill) offers an unforgettable experience for the whole family. Step into the workshop during a guided tour during which you can see all the stages that go ...
Les Moulins de l'Isle-aux-Coudres
Visit this exceptional site, which combines a water mill and a windmill, both located close to each other and beautifully restored. As in the past, the miller grinds the grain, and you can watch a demonstration of wheat and buckwheat milling at the water ...
Historical Park Pointe-du-Moulin
The Historical Park Pointe-du-Moulin introduces visitors to traditional life in the 18th century. Visitors will enjoy the company of characters and guides right out of the seigneurial regime and can visit the windmill (1705), the miller’s house (1790 ...
Moulin de la Chevrotière
Located on a short street called De Chavigny—a former section of the Chemin du Roy—the mill is a classified heritage site and is home to a permanent exhibition presenting local history and traditional trades and crafts. The permanent exhibition is entitled ...
Moulin des Pionniers
The site offers a tour of the sawmill and an exhibition on the life of the French settlers in the early 1900s. Visitors can enjoy water games, a playground, an outdoor fitness course, giant dry slides and giant trampoline.
Légaré Mill
Faithful to tradition, this mill has been a fixture in the village of Saint­Eustache for centuries. In operation since 1762, the authentic mill grinds flour using only the power of water and continues to run today to the delight of visitors. The miller ...
Vieux moulin à vent de Saint-Grégoire
17600, rue Béliveau, suite 101
Bécancour, Qc, Canada
G9H 1Y9
Fleming Mill Historical Interpretation Centre
Fleming Mill, unique in Quebec! An impressive, five-story monument nearly 13 metres (45 feet) high, Fleming Mill stands on the banks of the St. Lawrence River in the LaSalle neighbourhood of Montréal. You will discover interesting historical and socioeconomical ...
Moulin à vent de Grondines
This windmill built in 1674 showcases its dual purpose over the years, first as a flour mill for about 200 years, then as a marine signal station for the navigators on the St. Lawrence River from 1912 to 1967. Check the website for summer hours.