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Costumed guided tour

Since 1816, the old rectory has been a witness to Quebec’s rural history. Pay close attention to the whispers that arise… Will you be fortunate enough to capture some Confessions from the lips of those former residents?

The Vieux presbytère de Batiscan opens to the public on May 30, 10 am to 5 pm every day, until October 31. 

Since 1816, the old rectory has been a witness to Quebec’s rural history. The site was a gathering point from Samuel de Champlain’s arrival in the 17th century until the building was acquired by the Quebec government in the sixties. A space to exchange with the aboriginal communities, home of the priest, peasant household, holiday resort: these are some of the various vocations, created as slices of history, that you discover once you enter these walls. Pay close attention to the whispers that arise… Will you be fortunate enough to capture some Confessions from the lips of those former residents?

The Vieux presbytère de Batiscan also offers: educational activities, group tours, temporary exhibit, historical and ornithological interpretation trail leading you to the river, a charming shop featuring local produced and craft creations, and a venue rental service for all types of events.

Open every day, from 10 AM-5 PM, from the last Sunday of May until the last Sunday of October.

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