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Huron Traditional Site Onhoüa Chetek8e
Kwe! Follow the path and discover the History of the Hurons-Wendats from past to present. Guided tours, canoe rides, tales & legends, dance show, handicraft workshop, and much more. On site, visit the « Le Huron » shop, full of Native American arts and ...
Ville de Fermont
Despite the isolation that characterizes Fermont and the intense cold that rages there several months a year, the Fermontois have tamed an environment where quality of life is a privilege they cherish, with major attractions such as: the screen wall, ...
The Old-Bromont is one of the jewels of Eastern Townships’ typical villages. Its patrimonial buildings, lovely boutiques and restaurants make it a place where passers-by and cyclists enjoy spending time. There are plenty of occasions to gather with friends ...
Tourisme Manawan
Manawan, aboriginal community of the Atikamekw nation, invites visitors to experiences sustainable and fair tourism with authentic learning opportunities, adventures and cultural exchanges in an exceptional natural setting, easily accessible from Montreal ...
Les Amis du Patrimoine de Saint-Venant-de-Paquette
A small village in the countryside, far from urban centers and a few steps from the American border, St-Venant-de-Paquette has everything you need to charm. In addition to the Poetic Trail initiated by Richard Séguin, you can visit the Museum-Church, ...
Coffee and ice cream on Sainte-Anne Street
Rue Sainte-Anne is the perfect destination to satisfy your sweet tooth. Not only is it the epicentre of ice cream and gelato, you will also find pastries, fresh donuts or decadent desserts accompanied by good coffee. Whether you are looking for a classic ...
Village historique de L’Acadie
Acadie, the oldest village in Haut-Richelieu, comes from the Lordships of Longueuil, Léry and the Pères Jésuites de La Prairie. When it was founded in 1782, it was named Sainte Marguerite de Blairfindie, to please the Scotsman William Grant, husband of ...
Canal Boardwalk
This pedestrian boardwalk, built along the Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue canal in 1987, quickly became a popular attraction in the area. In summer, musicians and street artists add a festive and friendly atmosphere to the promenade. Parallel to rue Sainte ...
Unique shopping on Sainte-Anne Street
Make beautiful discoveries as you stroll through the picturesque village on Rue Sainte-Anne. You will find there a unique choice of independent shops, whether for designer clothes, trendy decoration elements or original gift ideas. You’ll find plenty ...
Nuuhchimi Wiinuu
An eco-tourism aboriginal site is ready to welcome you. It consists of a chalet, multiple traditional and authentic Cree dwellings that feature comfort and unique experiences that immerse guests into the Cree cultural environment. In the winter, snowshoeing ...