This miniature village contains more than 248 items, including 118 houses and buildings that are actual reproductions of structures in the Beauce and elsewhere. Its outdoor setting provides a natural backdrop for the tiny streets lined with works by Ernest Baillargeon. Recycling is a priority for the artist.
June 22 to September 2, daily, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. After September 2, call for opening hours.
Adults: $8; seniors: $7.50; students: $5; children under 5: free; groups (15 people or more): $7 per person (reservations required).