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La Maison amérindienne

Mont-Saint-Hilaire 450 464-2500 maisonamerindienne.com

To the sound of beating drums and traditional songs, come discover the know-how and knowledge of the people of the First Nations at La Maison amérindienne. Recognized as a place of national significance with regards to the origin of maple, La Maison amérindienne is a place where people can exchange ideas, share and come...

Come visit the Shrine of Saint Kateri Tekakwitha and the historical St.-Francis-Xavier mission just 10 minutes from Montréal, where we can see her sacred tomb. Browse through the gift shop and explore the museum with its many historical treasures and gifts of France from the 17th to the 20th century. The Kahnawake...

The CIMBAD offers playful services for children, teens, and even adults at any time during the year upon reservation! To do this, puppeteer material suitable for these customers has been specifically designed by the TDC.

Lieu historique national de Coteau-du-Lac

Coteau-du-Lac 450 763-5631 | 1 888 773-8888 parcscanada.gc.ca/coteau

7000 years of history can be found under your feet! In front of you, the power of the falls reminds us why the first fortified waterway locks in Canada were installed here: it was necessary to link Montreal to the Great Lakes. On land, the blockhouse offers a glimpse into history where we can witness the lives of...

On October 26, 1813 at this very site, 300 men overcame 2,000 foes! During this mythical battle decisively won by Canadian troops, Montréal was saved from the invading Americans. Discover the strategies behind this conclusive battle as you visit the interpretation centre. Search the genealogy station and, perhaps, you...