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Got there around 11 and it was not opened as mentioned. Although walking from building to building and peeking in through the windows was amazing. One room school house, old church, rail station. All the building were quite old and true to their times. Will...More
It's only a small little turn off Hwy #2 but you will enjoy the quaint museum and old buildings. Representation of many of the buildings flooded during the construction of the St. Lawrence Seaway.
Talk to the person manning the store and museum. They will...More
Great museum for local history that is not talked about much; exposes kids to adults to history worth discovering. A great reminder of what our world was like not so long ago. For example, the barber rode his bike to go to work. ~ Not...More
This was an amazing place. No fee but donations accepted. It has a bunch of buildings you can tour & touch that had to be relocated when they flooded the area to build a dam. I bought a T-shirt too! The staff were friendly and...More
I have been here a couple times, and it has been fun. You dont have to have a tour guide. There is many small buildings full of history, and cool things. Also a great spot for learning, and photographers.
I lived in moulnette when I was young. We moved to Long Sault at the time of the seaway. My aunt was a big part of the lost villages. This museum brought back many memories. I got my fist hair cut at zieny hills. It...More
It is a museum for all the villages and hamlets lost underwater when the seaway was built. The free tour gives an insight of the life on the shores of St Lawrence River. If you pass by dont hesitate take a very small detour and...More
We appreciated the care and thought that has gone into this small museum. Our visit was enhanced by some interpreting and storytelling by a volunteer who was a young man when his home town was lost to the seaway. Definitely worth the time it took...More
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