You can compare a trip to Pointe-du-Buisson to time travel. For five decades now, this has been the site of archaeological digs.
There is no better place to understand prehistoric Quebec than this National Historic Site along the St. Lawrence River.
After all, it is sitting on one of the biggest sugar maple-hickory stands in the south of the province. Once you visit, you will understand why people have always been drawn to this area.
Footprints Larger than Life is a permanent exhibition devoted to Cambrian paleontology. Archaeologists have found traces of fossils dating back to over 500 million years.
The museum also holds temporary exhibitions about certain themes year after year. Trust us when we say that you will be blown away by the works of artists on display.
Apart from archaeology, there is also an emphasis on Aboriginal culture and lifestyles that visitors are going to enjoy.