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Trois Riviere holidays - Historical, interesting and easy-going
A great place to stop en route if driving from Montreal and Quebec City up to Tadoussac and the Saguenay region. Steeped in history, Trois Riviere is one of Canada's oldest cities, meaning that the small city is filled with wonderful museums and cultural attractions to discover.
An old city with plenty to see and do
Trois Riviere is one of Canada’s oldest cities located in the Maurice region of Quebec, at the confluence of the St. Maurice and St Lawrence rivers. It sits within easy reach of both Quebec City and Montreal and the towns of Shawinigan and Grand-Mère.
Things to do in Trois Riviere
The Old Jail of Trois Riviere is one of the most popular historical monuments in the region. The beautiful Sanctuary of Notre Dame du Cap is a must-see for any trip. The Musee Quebecois de Culture Populaire explores the culture of Quebec. The Forges du Saint-Maurice National Historic Site.
- Forges du Saint-Maurice National Historic Site
- Ursulines Museum
- Quebec Museum of Folk Culture
- Old Prison of Trois Rivieres
- La Galerie d-Art du Parc
- Old Trois-Rivieres
When to go to Trois Riviere
Trois Riviere experiences average high summer temperatures of 25.5°C in July and winter lows of -17.6°C.