The Best Places To See in Trois Rivieres

Handpicked Top 3 Places To See in Trois Rivieres, QC. Our 50-Point Inspection includes everything from checking reviews, ratings, reputation, history, complaints, satisfaction, trust and cost to the general excellence. You deserve only the best!


200 Avenue Des Draveurs, Trois Rivieres, QC G9A 5H3

Since 2010

Museum Artworks, Collections, Experience Tour, Self-Guided Tour, Audio Guide for Children, Group Tour, Packages and Gift Certificates, Permanent Exhibition, Temporary Exhibition, Past Exhibitions, Memory Space, Educational Program, Preschool Program, Elementary Program, High School Program, Space Rental, Restaurant & Boutique

Free Admission: Children (under 6) - Receive a 15% discount on a visit to the museum - The 20th century saw the arrival of the pulp and paper industry, driven by a growing demand for newsprint

Price: Adults $14.00, Students (6 to 18 years) and seniors (65+) $12.00 & Families (2 adults, 3 students) $43

Mon - Sun 10:00 am - 6:00 pm (Summer season 2017: May 27 to September 24, 2017) Tue - Sun 10:00 am - 5:00 pm Mon Closed (Winter season 2017/18: September 25, 2017 to May 25, 2018)

The Borealis museum gives you a good idea of the importance of paper making in Trois Rivieres. Using an audio guide we went from station to station to follow the entire process. We were able to smell, feel and hear what working in the factory would be like. We went down below the building to see the pumps used and also climb up to a tower right over the beautiful St Lawrence river. We did walk there from the center of town, about 1.4 miles each way.

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200 Rue Laviolette, Trois Rivieres, QC G9A 6L5

Since 2001

Museum, Shop, Accommodation, Tourism Attractions, Exhibitions, Pop Culture Gardens, Virtual Exhibitions, Traveling Exhibitions, Collection, Historical Visit-Experience in Prison, The Great Escape (Adult Group), Course of Study, Group Tours, Activities, Children's Party, Team Building Activities, School Groups, Family & Cultural Activities Groups

Free Admission: Children 4 years and under -The museum recognizes and emphasizes all that popular culture produces, consumes and hands down in terms of material (objects, environments) and immaterial (knowledge, skills) heritage

Price: Adult $13, Senior (65 and Over with Card) $12, Student (18 Years and Over with Card) $10, Children (5 - 17 Years) $8, Family (2 Adults & 2 Children) $32, Family (2 Adults & 1 Child) $28, Family (1 Adult & 2 Children) $21

Summer (from June 24 to Labor Day inclusively): Every day from 10 am to 6 pm Autumn - Winter - Spring: Wed, Thu and Fri, 10 am to 4 pm Sat and Sun from 10 am to 5 pm.

The exhibit on crimes of Quebec was very interesting and fit well with the fact that the tours of the adjacent jail meet in the museum. Descriptions were in French, English, and Spanish. A lot of space was devoted to La Petite Vie, a Quebec TV comedy. It was interesting to see the costumes and sets but it would have had more meaning if you had watched the program. There seemed to be a lot of space in the building that did not have exhibits. There was a sign that one was in preparation.

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1550 Avenue Gilles-Villeneuve, Trois Rivieres, QC G9A 5L9

Since 1938

Stadium, Arena, Baseball, Ballpark, Games, Exhibition, Canadian Baseball Championship, Sports & Entertainment Complex

The ballpark has a capacity of 4,500 people - Field Size: Left Field 317 ft (97 m), Centre Field 372 ft (113 m) & Right Field 317 ft (97 m) - The vast concrete building covered with plaster is inspired by the flow of modern American architecture

Beau stade et bien assis j'ai des billets de saison des aigles... Alors je connais bien la configuration du stade et de la terrasse sont parfaitement pratique.
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