School groups

In New France over 300 years ago, the miller of Pointe-du-Moulin took advantage of the strong Saint Lawrence River winds which made the windmill wings turn to transform the cultivated grain residents of Ile Perrot seigneury turned into flour. We invite you to spend a day discovering the history and the nature of this beautiful site!

An ideal day to explore history and culture outdoors. Follow us into the of Pointe-du-Moulin!

Activities offered

Guided tours

Guided tours
In New France over 300 years ago, the miller of Pointe-du-Moulin took advantage of the strong Saint Lawrence River winds which made the windmill wings turn to transform the cultivated grain residents of Ile Perrot seigneury turned into flour. The windmill is functional to this day and we invite you to spend a day discovering the history and the nature of this beautiful site!

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Archery

Archery
With the help of a guide, refine your skills in archery. Activity suitable for all ages. Practice shooting the targets in complete safety. Our guide will also reveal certain historical anecdotes regarding relations between residents of Pointe-du-Moulin and indigenous populations under the feudal system.

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Interpretation centre

Interpretation centre
The participants will discover grain agriculture procedures and how it’s turned into flour. The interpretation centre is filled with different educational sections. Students can touch different textures of a variety of grain and flour and temporarily become millers with the help of a reconstructed windmill.

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Rabaska

Rabaska
Children will learn the importance the Lake Saint Louise and the Saint Lawrence River had to residents of New France, 300 years ago as they go for a rabaska ride.

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Contact us at (514) 453-5936 or email us at info@pointedumoulin.com for more information on rates or the activities we offer.