Lieu historique national du Canada du chantier A.C. Davie, Levis
(4.6/5 based on a few reviews on the web)
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Reviews
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  • I learned a lot about the history of these businessmen who have worked in the field of repair and shipbuilding in Lévis. The tour of the House is passable. It deserves a historic restoration. This is the stable information and artifacts are presented by a guide. Do you know that she's a woman who for 14 years has managed the dockyard? Go ahead, it's worth the trip. A voluntary contribution of $5 is suggested.
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  • For lovers of history and shipbuilding, this small museum you will discover the history of the Maritime Davie shipyard in Lévis. Free visit to stroll through a rich memories of a past or the Quebec region was a centre of shipbuilding
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  • We began our visit yesterday evening with a young, competent and pleasant guide, Cynthia, and we returned, now, to complete our journey with Mathieu, just as professional. We learn - thanks to them - many exciting things even if the world of navigation is not too familiar to us. The House has been left in the State it was in when the last occupants are gone and it is so much better. Seen much better as well - using small explanatory panels - the evolution of the place. In short, we thoroughly enjoyed this visit and recommend it strongly.
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  • Little to see.
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