On the way to Nicolet!
Visit of the Museum of World Cultures.
Unique in America, this museum presents the foundations of the great religious traditions to promote better understanding and develop greater tolerance in the face of difference. Discover the diversity that makes up the richness of human nature by exploring the similarities and differences between the five great religions of the world
Visit of the Quebec Biodiversity Center.
The Biodiversity Center is a real educational tool to educate young people and adults about the discovery and preservation of the various animal species in Quebec. Along a route that is both indoor and outdoor, the visitor interacts with different species of Quebec flora and fauna.
Stop at Rose Drummond.
Since its creation in 1986, this company has specialized in the production of roses. The visit of the installations allows to discover the greenhouses of production of flowers and vegetables.
One-day educational tour of the Village Québécois d'Antan.
Experience French-speaking Quebec from the 19th and 20th centuries by visiting ancestral buildings that recreate a traditional village and listening to captivating characters who invite visitors to enter their world. In addition to having access to all the activities in the summer program, children learn about the lives of their ancestors and their history by participating in a rally-questionnaire prepared by our team.
Tree to Tree activity.
The Classic Course changes in difficulty and height over the stations. Enough to give you a ton of sensations! And the icing on the cake is the 7 zip lines (including one 180 m!) That end the activity! So, do you want some fun or not?
Visit of the Marie-Victorin Park in Kingsey Falls.
Open the doors to a unique and oversized horticultural universe! Discover amazing 3D mosaicultures, giant insect sculptures, six themed gardens, a tropical greenhouse with exotic birds and a biodiversity laboratory. In addition, enjoy tastings in the vegetable garden with Marie-Capucine and visit our new general store!
Guided tour of the Cascades factory.
Three guided tours teach you about products, manufacturing processes, eco-responsible practices and the history of the company. Discover how Cascades became the 1st recyclable paper collector and the 1st producer of tissue papers in Canada thanks to its sustainable practices and values.
Visit of the Ulverton wool mill.
The Ulverton Woolen Mill was built in 1840, at the time of the massive arrival of Scottish weavers, and was recognized as a historic monument in 1977. The interpretation center allows visitors to discover the pre-industrial methods of production and wool processing, with period machines still in operation. The trails start near the mill and, at the start, you can admire a waterfall and a dam near the covered bridge.