Discover the rich Acadian heritage and the history of Bécancour, a unique city in Québec, through its acadian origins.
Three heritage buildings house an exhibition on the legacy of regional builders including The incredible history of the Acadians, the old windmill, naval shipbuilding, the first schoolhouse of Notre-Dame-de-l'Assomption de la Sainte Vierge sister's, the old windmill and the former Saint-Grégoire couvent.
Tours are offered in a beautiful historic setting!
Activities and services
- L'Incroyable histoire des Acadiens - The incredible story of the Acadians
- Un moulin pas si banal - A not so ordinary mill
- Taillées à même l'étoffe du pays - The first schoolhouse of Notre-Dame-de-l'Assomption de la Sainte Vierge sister's
- Les monstres du lac Saint-Paul - Acadian naval shipbuilding in Saint-Paul Lake
Information available in english
Groups are welcome
Open June 24th to September 2nd (Labour Day)
Wednesday to Sunday: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Senior (65 yrs old and +): $8
12 to 17 years old: $5
Under 12 yrs old: free
Family package (4 people): $20
Group (15 people and more): $8