Ste-Marie-au-Pays-des-Hurons is a faithful reconstitution of a Jesuit mission, protected by a stockade and it illustrates what life was like in New France at the very beginnings of the settlement in the 17C, placing it in historical perspective. The mission was divided into separate sections for the Jesuits, the lay workers (called donnes) and the Huron. Throughout the site (chapel, smithy, saw pit, carpentry workshop and houses), costumed guides bring the place to life.
Address:Route 12, L4R 4K8 Tiny
mid May-Sep: 10am-5pm; Apr-mid May and Oct: Mon-Fri 10am-5pm