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Le Village Quebecois d'Antan, Drummondville
(3.9/5 based on 200+ reviews on the web)
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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  • 6 November 2016, activity comfortable throughout, lots of entertainment and haunted houses (I went there for my first experience in time for halloween). Small disappointment: we can't take pictures as we see fit. Initially, the disguised employees had no problem to take a photo, some even took poses to make more real photos, which was much appreciated. However, once in the "path of the creatures", one of them opposed it (because I was filming one of the scenes), under the pretext that we must have the consent of the person before. Consent! The person is wearing makeup and dressed from head to foot, I do not think that anyone can recognize! As my little video would have been only a good and nice advertising for the Village of old Quebec, and regulations of this course did not indicate that it was forbidden to take pictures either filming, whereas for other activities, this was mentioned. In short, very well in general (activities very nice, original, scary, good scenery made, etc.) but I think that some employees should be more conciliatory with the pictures and videos because I believe it is NORMAL to want to have beautiful memories of this kind of activity. Thank you, maybe next year...
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  • Very nice site with lots of animation we really seem to go back in time and we can even bought product manufacture according to the method of that time the
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  • We're going to Quebec of yesteryear village Friday 28 October for halloween, wow, very l best night of people who gives himself and to take seriously what more for this kind of activity, given the uncertain weather site n not full was lucky if I trust the other reviews so no rain not endless waiting and dinner OK thank you has all the team for this very nice evening has do it again next year
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  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
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