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Le Village Quebecois d'Antan, Drummondville

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Step back in time to a chapter of Quebec's history at Le Village Quebecois d'Antan, a 19th century replica village. Meet the villagers in their houses, immerse yourself in life of the past and learn the trades and past times of yester-year. Twenty-five of the houses on site are authentic 19th century structures, brought to the site during its creation in 1977. Among them, discover streets teeming with entertainment, economuseums (small scale production of cultural heritage items), traditional music and theatrical scenes depicting the era. The recently developed "Les p'tites enquête" provides lively interactive puzzle solving for the little ones and the Lemire-Larocque House offers a unique dining experience in a period setting. Plan your Le Village Quebecois d'Antan visit and explore what else you can see and do in Drummondville using our Drummondville itinerary planner.
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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 acces...  more »
  • 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. ...  more »
  • 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-now...  more »
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  • Beautiful place. All the houses are not reconstitution houses but original houses that were moved from different places across the region and place their. Give our younger generation an idea about live before all the convenience they are enjoying today.
  • Truly enjoyed ourselves today at the village. The animators were friendly, outgoing and accommodating. It's kept very clean. Had a nice meal at one of their restaurants. We enjoyed being able to view architectural features of the individual buildings. A shock to see in the Candle House, their collection of 410 different oil and gas lamps. Musicians playing throughout the site as well as some natural voices singing traditional songs. The Village is in a natural forested area on the banks of the St. Francois River, though it was warm and humid there are plenty of tree's to shade you as you walk along. Very different from Upper Canada Village in Morrisburg Ontario. Quite a difference between the two cultures.
  • Awful in every possible way! Don't waste your time or your (big bucks) money! Really expensive, rundown place, terrible acting and entertainers and I have seen better facilities in middle-of-nowhere forgotten gas stations.
  • Great place all year round. Educational interactive history. Attractions for every season and holiday. Halloween is great!
  • Good roleplaying from actors, but has absolutely no Pokéstop.