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Blockhaus de la rivière Lacolle

Saint-Paul-de-l'Île-aux-Noix 450 246-3227 | 450 291-3166 ileauxnoix.com

The Lacolle River Blockhouse, built in 1781, is the last authentic representative of this type of building in Québec. It has witnessed war making, which is explained in their new permanent exhibition. A touch screen allows visitors to deepen their knowledge through informational screens, and a video recounting the Battle...

Café-Théâtre de Chambly presents shows in an intimate and welcoming cabaret-style hall. Comedy, drama, vaudeville, dramatic story-telling, Quebec and foreign authors and we offer a diversified programming. Come spend a pleasant evening with some of the local artists. Every Friday and Saturday evenings, 8 p.m., during...

Located 40 km from Montreal, between lakes Saint-François and Saint-Louis, it is one of the largest hydroelectric plants in the world since 1932! Take a tour of the facilities and learn more about its heritage, Art Deco architecture, construction stages, as well as its 38 generating units spread out over nearly one...

Centre d’interprétation du site archéologique Droulers-Tsiionhiakwatha

Saint-Anicet 450 264-3030 | 1 866 690-3030 | Hors saison : 450 264-5411 sitedroulers.ca

Welcome to Tsiionhiakwatha (where we pick fruit)! A unique place perfect for special family activities! An authentic Iroquoian Village takes you back in time to discover the fascinating world of First Nations. A guided tour is offered along with several other family activities, including a night in a longhouse! This...

A venue par excellence for professional performances in the Saint-Hyacinthe region! Every year, this centre for the arts features over one hundred performing artists and productions of various performing arts disciplines. Theatre, singing, music, dance, comedy and various performances take place at the centre throughout...