On the way to Montérégie!
Visit of the Beauharnois hydroelectric power station.
Listed as a National Historic Landmark, this building, which began in spades more than 80 years ago, is one of the largest hydroelectric power stations in the world.
Visit Exporail - the Canadian Railway Museum.
Museum presenting the largest railway collection in Canada. Visitors can board some of the vehicles on display, and they have the option of taking a ride on a vintage streetcar, a passenger train and a miniature railway! An ideal visit to discover the evolution of rail transport!
Visit of Fort-Chambly National Historic Site of Canada.
Let yourself be impressed by the magnitude of this magnificent and once strategic site. From the first wooden fort built by soldiers from the Carignan-Salières regiment in 1665 until the departure of English troops in the mid-19th century, the site comes alive to the rhythm of military life.
Visit of the Native American House.
Reception including welcome song to the sound of the drum, purification ceremony, visit to exhibitions and discovery walk on the paths of the maple grove.
Animation: The Iroquoians & the Algonquians.
By comparison, children will discover the way of life of the Iroquoians and Algonquians by addressing themes related to the mode of subsistence, the type of dwelling and social organization.
Workshop for making a dream catcher.
Students will learn about the origin and use of this object, then demonstrate their skills by making a dream catcher.
Bannock tasting activity
Road to Sorel-Tracy.
Evening: Activity at the Dôme Statera.
You are invited to take a seat inside the impressive outdoor interactive dome that illuminates the ferry dock. Seated comfortably, you just have to let yourself be transported by immersive 360 ° projections
From the Sorel-Tracy ferry dock, your cruise begins on the St. Lawrence. It continues in the Chenal aux Corbeaux, captivating with beauty and exoticism.
Visit of the Biophare.
Museum which bears witness to human, economic, social and cultural activities relating to the territory of the Pierre-De Saurel region and the Lac-Saint-Pierre biosphere reserve. Raising awareness among young people of the beauty, natural and human resources and the fragility of the Lac-Saint-Pierre biosphere reserve is the mission of the Biophare educational program.