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Site de la Nouvelle-France, Quebec

Categories: History Museums, Museums
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4.3/5 based on 15+ reviews on the web
Site de la Nouvelle-France is located in Quebec. Make Site de la Nouvelle-France a part of your Sainte-Rose-du-Nord vacation plans using our Sainte-Rose-du-Nord family vacation planner.
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  • nice place and good to know the history of Quebec the tour is withe old bus to the place that the firs immigration came to Quebec it's take 1:30 hours' check at there site for the times that they spea...  read more »
  • Although the site does not have a lot of reviewers , we found our experience to be wonderful. There were no English guided tours but it did not matter. The 6 interpreters were gracious to explain in E...  read more »
  • We found this suggestion in the top 10 things to see in the Saguenay, and with good reason! It was a great experience. We have learned more about First Nations in many history classes. The first stop in the Longhouse of the Huron is fascinating, both by the architecture of the building as by the presence of a woman who makes us discover this people through artifacts and legends. Emotions guaranteed. All of the protagonists are credible (although our young guide was a little too contemporary for my taste) and we never get bored. The visit of the buildings to the real site of archaeology, the whole family there. And the view is breathtaking. In short, a fixture in the Bay area.
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  • They want us to believe that c is Québec in 1534 c is showing off ca nothing to see. Good site the black fly that is voracious and who you devoured on the spot
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  • Beautiful place to discover Quebec City to another time and its origins. The tour is great. The horse show is a mixed good between the aerial circus, the horses, the tales.
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  • Room spacious and quiet. The breakfast is rich and varied.
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  • We went there in mid-July 2013. My father was disappointed that it was no longer the horse show that he hoped us to discover. It was neither more nor less than a circus. The pseudohistorical context of staging, without explanation of what newcomers really lived during the crossing, was a mixture of a captain bouffonnesque, the daughter of captain who loves his horse and doing a little brunt, a jardinnier and an another guy making stuff of balancing and juggling, a visionary who made the trapeze and a good sister who speaks with a voice tiring. Perfect for a public from 7 to 12 years, but not for the crowd of adults who was there, nor for my children which included related the succession of events mals head nor tail. The meal offers a nice variety and we ate well. The cafeteria staff is nice and dedicated. The interpretation of native American culture in the Longhouse is the element of our stay for which it was worth the more punishment to come. The interpreter tells us about the life of native Americans of the era through songs, legends and answering our questions. The kindness and generosity of this person, his choice of exceptional vocabulary and its adaptability to her public make it the best asset of the site. I hope that it will always be a public that will listen it and will be enriched by his knowledge. The small trolley brings us to the first village and then to the second where we have the opportunity to meet interpreters, but not the opportunity to see all homes, walk to our sandstone or even take pictures of the fjord. This is reviewing. It's a bit like visits from blocks Communist...
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  • Visit old reproductions with theatrical animation. Welcoming. Guided tour directed only, not possible to stroll on the sites. Room for more content. Horse Show also offered.
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