Site de la Nouvelle-France, Quebec

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  • Reconstructions of the Huron village and dating from the early 17th century Quebec City gives us a real impression with our past. The tour is very informative and meet several characters on the site (Jesuit, Montagnais and french soldier) complete this one. On the other hand, I'd prefer that we be given more free time between activities to enjoy the site and take pictures. I recommend this tour that did us make a trip back in time.
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  • Reproduction of a Huron Home and Quebec City at the beginning of the 17th century. We loved visiting this place nestled in a landscape breathtaking. The tour is interesting and very informative. It allows also to interact with several characters, I particularly enjoyed the the native American character who introduces us to its culture and presents a lot of everyday objects used by Aboriginal people at the time. Allow 90 minutes for the visit and an hour to stroll freely thereafter. A picnic on the spot is a must.
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  • The site is a bit isolated. Once on-site, the visit is interesting, the characters camped by the hosts are picturesque and we're having a good time. The buildings reveal the history of Quebec. Enjoy the early morning visits, there are few people. The car ride is fun.
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  • Nothing is there to see ,when we went there after checking reviews .there was nothing except one restaurant and that was occupied with some wedding function.
  • Closed in mid of September :(
  • We loved our visit. Very nice site. The horse show was awesome!
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  • I LOVED! Seriously, it's really a nice site with a nice view on the Lake and forest landscape. Two large Indian houses with a tipi and a little gardener. Then they replicated the first site of the new France in Quebec that Champlain had realized and built with the help of his 70 men. It was very well made and manufactured. It's called the upper town. Then, just at the bottom of the first site of the new France, there was lower town where they make archaeological excavations for a long time. They were able to find many ancient objects and even an old roof of a first small house. The extras were good for the characters of the era and show how these people lived in misery and poverty by going into this new world and from scratch. They we also had things we were able to hold in your hands. The site is time-consuming to find in the countryside but signs guide us a little. It should be that change you it so that people can easily find this site. Primary and secondary Quebec schools must take students to this site so that they can more easily learn the history of Quebec in no time.
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  • It is very reasonable to close at 15-30. Why not close at noon? I have 3 hour drive to get there. Either I leave at 6:00 in the morning, and it remains me only 2-3 hours for the visit. Very wrong thought.
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