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Victoriaville Travel guide
Victoriaville : Michelin's recommendations
The city of Victoriaville is the capital of the Bois-Francs region, so called because of the predominance of maple trees in the area. Maple products are the backbone of the local economy, along with forestry and dairy cattle. The town of Arthabaska, now part of Victoriaville, retains its plethora of cultural opportunities and historical sites, including the home of Sir Wilfred Laurier, Prime Minister of Quebec from 1896 to 1911.
Tourist attractions Victoriaville : Things to see and do
16 r. Laurier-Ouest
This museum occupies three buildings. Sir Wilfrid Laurier House (16 Rue Laurier Ouest) features overhanging eaves, decorative brackets and bay windows. The interior invites visitors to take a step back in time. Erected in 1910, the former Post Office..
Straddling the Gosselin River, this is one of the few remaining operating water mills in Quebec. It was built on this site by Jean Goulet in 1845. Visitors can observe the milling process, purchase flour and enjoy home-made buckwheat biscuits in the ..
99 r. Notre-Dame-Ouest (5 km par la rte 161)
This Neoclassical-style church was completed in 1897; its main steeple measures 60m/197ft tall. The ornate interior features elaborate woodwork in the apse, a vault richly decorated with wood sculpture, and imposing lateral galleries. The stained-gla..