Musée des Ursulines
For a slice of the town's religious history, stop at the Musée des Ursulines. The former hospital founded by Ursuline nuns in 1639 forms...
Musée Québécois de Culture Populaire
Musée Québécois de Culture Populaire is one of the most interesting stops in the area. Its changing exhibits cover the gamut from folk...
Mv le Draveur
Two-hour cruises along the river aboard the MV Le Draveur are available from the dock in Parc Portuaire, at the foot of Blvd des Forges...
Restaurant Le Grill
Locals flock to this trendy steakhouse on the main strip in droves for the filet mignon and happening night scene. The streetside patio...
Lonely Planet review
Unquestionably the most intriguing museum is En Prison, an exhibit housed in an 1822 prison that remained open for business until 1986. Ex-cons bring the harsh realities of the lock-up vividly to life during 90-minute tours that include a stop at dark and dank underground cells known as 'the pit.' The prison exhibit is affiliated with the adjacent Musée Québécois de Culture Populaire , which has a renowned regional folk art collection and changing exhibits, often with a quirky pop culture bent.