This place is an authentic representation of a general store of the nineteenth and twentieth century offering, among other things, guided tours, a theater and a museum.
The Rocheleau House known as "Jesuit Manor" known as one of the oldest witnesses of the New France era presents an exhibition on the history of the citizens of the time and on the building.
A major element of Trois-Rivières heritage, Manoir Boucher de Niverville presents an exhibition on 17th century bourgeois life.
Marina giving access to the St. Lawrence River consisting of a restaurant, a campsite and much more.
Mill which, through visits, reveals the secrets of the miller and sawmill trades.
An island accessible near downtown Trois-Rivières. Perfect for relaxing on the edge of the beach, moving in the water, contemplating nature, picnicking, playing sports.