Come and live a few moments of history and culture at the Félix-Leclerc Center located in the parc des Chutes-de-la-Petite-Rivière-Bostonnais.
Storytellers will introduce you to the birthplace of Félix Leclerc, from yesterday to today. Go back in time, looking at the photographs from the very beginning of the city and listening to the different stories and stories told by our animators. For a few minutes, now imagine a gravel street, commonly known as macadam; on the same street, a man riding a bicycle goes from pole to pole, lighting the street lamps, and in the distance a carriage approaches, drawn by two horses. In the siege, a man of strong build, with a proud carriage, almost a giant, drives his animals to a well-deserved rest. The start of the circuit is from the center Félix-Leclerc.
Subsequently, visitors follow a route based on Felix's novel. Interpretive panels quoting passages from the book allow to return to the time of
Cost : free
Visit in French only
Business hours : May to October
How to get there :
Car/ motocycle : by road 155, located at the southern entrance of the urban area of ??La Tuque
Quad/ATV : Take the path along the municipal airport, then follow the signs
Bike: The bike path passes in the park