A land of history and culture, the Mauricie region stands out with many museums and industrial sites that recall trades of the past. The vast areas of wilderness make it a sought-after destination for outdoor activities as well as relaxation. Whether you’re in downtown Trois-Rivières or up in the valleys of the Canadian Shield, fun, educational activities are yours to enjoy.

Follow the footsteps of history

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The Chemin du Roy (King’s Road) takes you on a journey through time, from the days of New France to the modern era. Discover the vibrant history of the Mauricie region along this route dotted with must-see attractions. Drive along the majestic St. Lawrence River and stop to visit heritage sites such as old mills, museums and churches and shrines. You’ll also find delicious homegrown foods like cheese and bread, and you’ll be treated to magnificent panoramas and parks on the road.

Beer fan? Be sure to visit the Mauricie region

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If you’re a hops connoisseur and chatting over a beer is your idea of a good time, you’ll be happy to learn that the Mauricie region is home to more than a dozen microbreweries. Plan your own discovery rally and be ready for an impressive look at the know-how and creativity of the region’s craft beer experts. Between the evocatively named Le Temps d'une Pinte (over a pint), Microbrasserie À la Fût (on tap) and Le Trou du Diable (the devil’s drinking hole), there's plenty for your taste buds to savour. Pair your favourite brews with culinary delights prepared on site to complete your gourmet immersion into the region's terroir.

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