Boréalis... Much more than a museum!
 
Attractions to discover, August 24, 2020 2020-08-24
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Boréalis... bien plus qu'un musée!
Boréalis... Much more than a museum! Photo: Damien Lair

Discover the great adventure of pulp and paper in Quebec through the lives of lumberjacks, log drivers and papermakers! At this old industrial site repurposed into a museum, visitors can explore a unique underground reservoir, learn about how paper is made and admire the magnificent view from the lookout.

The Boréalis museum is a choice family destination. Guides adapt to children by enhancing their visit with games and interactive components, all the while making the tour interesting for parents!

"Drave et dédrave - ramener l’équilibre", new free temporary exhibit

Log-driving is part of the identity of Quebec. What is left of that time? Old dams, bridges, chopping blocks; traces that have sometimes devastated the ecosystem. At the La Mauricie National Park, a vast operation of removing logs from the lake is ongoing to restore nature’s true place. Starting September 25, discover the little-known work of log removers in this family exhibit that explores the fascinating world of ecological restoration. An exhibit produced by Culture Trois-Rivières and Parks Canada.

Boréalis... bien plus qu'un musée!
Boréalis... Much more than a museum! Photo: Mathieu Dupuis

The Mauricie Attractions Passport

In addition to visiting Boréalis, enjoy savings thanks to the Mauricie Attractions Passport so that you can discover three more attractions in the region! The passport allows access for one adult to the following tourist attractions in Mauricie:

  • Visit of the exhibits at the Musée POP et de la Vieille prison in Trois-Rivières
  • Audioguided tour of Boréalis
  • Full visit of the Cité de l'Énergie
  • One-day entrance to the Parc de la Rivière Batiscan

With this passport, you will get a 40% discount on regular adult tickets.

The Attractions Passport is offered with the financial support of the ministère du Tourisme.

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