This is one of the best examples in Québec of heritage preservation and promotion. Six restored historic buildings remain a testament to the vitality of the 19th-century pre-industrial complex: the Bélisle House (1760), the flour mill (1846), the sawmill (1804), the seigneurial office (1850), the bakery (1803) and the new mill (1850). Come enjoy numerous theme activities and presentations.
Visitors can stroll through this site of national interest, admiring the architecture, typical of the New France era. Every summer, many thematic activities and other events are offered. Come experience the Île-des-Moulins Historic Site!
How to get there: Google Maps
Categories: Attractions, Sports and outdoor activities, Natural wonders, Museums and historic sites, Wildlife observation, Cycling
Card created: 03/2012
GPS coordinates: 45°41'40.23"N, 73°38'16.33"W
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