Some activities have reopened and some locations are ready to welcome you. Please get in touch! Our experts are on hand to advise you free of charge online, by phone, by chat, or even in person at Centre Infotouriste de Québec. The reopening schedule for tourist activities is available at Quebec.ca/coronavirus and the Government of Canada website.
Terrebonne, a popular tourist destination, is Québec’s tenth-largest city and the largest in Lanaudière. Alongside the Mille-Îles river, Old Terrebonne is considered one of the key heritage districts in the province, with its fine seigneurial architecture dating back to the 18th and 19th centuries. Whether for the Île-des-Moulins, the Théâtre du Vieux-Terrebonne, the many restaurants and outdoor patios, the yearly festival of wine and history, the golf courses and cycle paths or the stunning views that come with kayaking in Parc de la Rivière, you’re sure to love Terrebonne.