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Centre d'interprétation du site archéologique Droulers-Tsiionhiakwatha

Discover 15th century Amerindian lifestyle and environment in the reconstructed Iroquoian village next to one of Québec’s most important archaeological sites. Exhibitions on Amerindians, guided tours and boutique. Night time activities in a long house. Spend the night in a genuine Iroquoian long house. A unique experience in Québec.

Area Suroît
City / Town Saint-Anicet
Address 1800, chemin Leahy
Postal/Zip Code J0S 1M0
Telephone 450 264-3030 / 1 866 690-3030 / 450 264-5411 (hors saison)
Email address
Web site www.sitedroulers.ca

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Interpretation Centres, Historic Sites and Museums

Service : Tourist roadsign, tourist and leisure companion stocker, countryman's tour

Description : Discover 15th century Amerindian lifestyle and environment in the reconstructed Iroquoian village next to one of Québec’s most important archaeological sites. Exhibitions on Amerindians, guided tours and boutique. Night time activities in a long house. Spend the night in a genuine Iroquoian long house. A unique experience in Québec.

Admission : Adults, $6; seniors, students and children, $5; children under 6 years old, free; family, $15. Group rates.

Schedule : May and June, Tuesday to Sunday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.; July and August, Tuesday to Sunday 10 : 30 a.m. to 6 p.m.; weekends in September, 9 : 30 a.m.