This pioneers museum is a 6-building miniature village including a house from 1842, a replica of a chapel, a school (1870) featuring original benches and blackboards, a barn, a shed and a lighthouse. A 1835 church is located nearby. The museum features over 3,000 artifacts, including a mural painting of the Grande-Digue marsh in the 1800s. Wide open space, a large parking lot, rest area, picnic tables, tourist bureau and souvenir shops on the site.
We look forward to safely welcoming you. Please follow public health guidelines and contact each business directly to check their hours, offerings and COVID-19 requirements.