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.
866, rue St-Pierre, Terrebonne
Québec, Canada, J6W 1E5