In enchanting settings next to the Prairies River, L’Île-de-la-Visitation Nature Park and Sault-au-Récollet historic site, Cité historia
will take you to the heart of development in northern Montréal. During a bucolic outing, visitors can discover the oldest intact church in Montréal, heritage homes on Boulevard Gouin, and the remains of an industrial site grouping mills that were in use from 1726 to 1960. The museum at Cité historia
welcomes you to discover the history of Sault-au-Récollet, from the founding of the colony and the Amerindian Fort-Lorette mission up until the early 20th century. There is a bistro that has one of the loveliest patios in town, alongside the water. Cité historia
has a variety of historic and cultural options for all: guided tours, train tours, conferences, outdoor concerts, day camp and much more. Its heritage rooms can also be rented. Closed on monday.