You're planning on stopping in Nicolet-Yamaska for the construction vacation? Well, this article was made for you ! Discover our amazing activities that every member of your family will adore. Museum, outdoors, nautical activities and much more !
Musée des Abénakis
As constructive as it is fun, the Abenakis Museum, located in Odanak, offers permanent and temporary exhibitions to teach you more about Aboriginal culture. The Museum team, with their warm welcome, will be happy to answer your questions and make this experience unforgettable. In addition, it is possible to picnic nearby in the areas provided for this purpose, as well as to walk to the nearby Tolba Trail. The Abenakis Museum will be open every day from 10 am to 5 pm, and will only cost $ 10 per adult and $ 6 per child.
SC Performance Karting
For thrill seekers, we suggest you to SC Performance Karting in Saint-Célestin. You will be able to rent a kart to run on the track about 1.2 km and eat at the bistro-bar of the place. Depending on the time and type of kart chosen, the prices vary between $ 26.50 and $ 48 without taxes. The SC Performance Karting is open on variable hours, but it is possible to find it on their website.
Maison et atelier Rodolphe-Duguay
The Maison et atelier Rodolphe-Duguay offers different exhibitions where you can admire and buy works of art. Painting lessons are also offered by the house at a group cost of $ 4 per person. From July 1st to 22nd, come and discover the exhibition Moments Précieux from Lorraine St-Arnaud.
Le Musée des Religions du monde
In Nicolet, there is the Museum of Religions of the World where there are permanent or temporary exhibitions. During the construction holidays, come see the exhibition on the drinks, presented in collaboration with the Quebec Museum of Agriculture and Food for the price of $ 12 per adult. The Museum of Religions of the World opens its doors every day from 10am to 5pm.
Club nautique de la Batture
For water sports enthusiasts, the Batture Yacht Club offers rental of docks, kayaks and paddle boards. Prices vary according to the number of hours, from $ 25 to $ 40. Near the dock is a bar where you can go then admiring the view of Lake St. Pierre.Back