Built around one of the oldest windmills in Québec, dating back to 1720, featuring a magnificent viewpoint overlooking the St. Lawrence River and an entertainment pavilion, parc du Vieux-Moulin de Pointe-aux-Trembles is an exceptional site. Turn back the clock to discover its history!
- Built by the Sulpicians, the windmill was not only used to grind the grains brought by the settlers, but also as a fortress in case of attacks. Relive historic moments and discover characters who left their mark on the history of this heritage gem.
- A guide and a historical character will lead you throughout the site. You can discover more on the trades of yesteryear!
- Don’t miss the multimedia projection recounting the history of the mill!
11630, Notre-Dame Est Street
Montréal (Quebec) | H1B 2X6