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Gives a very good perspective of what was life in the past with lots of actors and demonstration of numerous tasks of the time. Can easily spend a full day and not see everything. The Village is accessible directly from the neighbouring CEPAC Campground.
We took our granddaughter there for a visit and she just loved it but wished there were more people who spoke English or at least the write up and pamphlets could be. I spent half my day translating. Still had a great time.
Awful in every possible way: Rundown place, extremly expensive for what you get, terrible comedians, no entertainers shows whatsoever, shameful facilities (have seen better rest rooms in middle-of-nowhere gas stations). All in all, I want my 85$ and one hour of my life back!. Avoid...More
Overnited. Walked the river. Saw the church. Visited to this ambitious undertaking. But not even a piece of paper offered to translate anything into English. Come on. USA is a few miles away, what's with that? I guess no business is needed from other than...More
If you have an interest in the yesteryear, this is well worth a visit. They have a children's section and a water play area that we skipped but still spent 4 hours visiting all the fully furnished buildings and talking to the costumed attendants. Be...More
Went with my parents and our relatives who were visiting from Europe (but are non-french-speaking). Tried in my best basic french to get some explanations of the activities from assorted employees, but not a single one would deign to utter a word in English so...More
If you are interested in having a look back in time into the french Canadian architecture, you will have a good time. You will see the various type of houses, churches, stores, etc. and there is a treasury hunt like games for children to will...More