Cathédrale de l'Assomption
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...
Musée des Ursulines
For a slice of the town's religious history, stop at this former hospital founded by Ursuline nuns in 1639. It forms a pretty backdrop...
About 7km northwest of the center (take bus 4), Les Forges-du-St-Maurice is a national historic site preserving the 18th-century...
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...
Cathédrale de l'Assomption information
Lonely Planet review
Church fans should make a beeline to this colossal cathedral, a soaring neo-Gothic confection with exquisite sculpture and 125 intricate Florentine stained-glass windows by Guido Nincheri.