Experience the rich history of Trois-Rivières, the second oldest city in Quebec and one of the first cities in Canada.
One of the first settlements of New France that still remains today, Trois Rivières offers a peaceful atmosphere just a walk away from Des Forges Street, downtown.
Take a walk and explore the historic architecture of the French Regime from the Boucher-De-Niverville Manor, a historical monument of the 17th-century bourgeoisie, to The Récollets site, an 18th-century complex of religious buildings including the St. James Church.
Perfect for a day trip or to discover a little piece of history, take a stroll down to the Historic District of Trois-Rivières.
Photo: Claude Boucher, Wikimedia Commons