Accompanied by guides in period costumes, take a tour of the Victorian-style manor (1853) and its lavish interior. The village mill (1842) boasts the largest bucket wheel in operation in Québec - an impressive show indeed. Millers will demonstrate the traditional way of making stone-ground organic flour. Take a stroll in the ancestral flower gardens, the history-inspired rose garden and the majestic pine forest. At the side of a bucolic river, drop by the bakery and café-terrace.
Daily, June September, from 9:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.
(Including tax): adults: $12.50; seniors (65 years and over): $11.50; students: $10; children 12 years and under: free; persons with reduced mobility: $6.25; families (2 adults and 2 children): $30. Special rates for groups of at least 15 people upon reservation.