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Le Pays de la Sagouine

57 Acadie St, Bouctouche, New Brunswick E4S 2T7, Canada
+1 506-743-1400
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Historic Acadian village with a humorous fun atmosphere

This little jewel can be found on an island in the middle of Buctouche. The village brings the... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Laura M
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Ste marie de Kent NB
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this was them most charming place to visit

if you are looking for a quiet place to visit this the is the ideal place to go to. their poutine... read more

Reviewed March 30, 2017
Carolyn R
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A cast of professional actors and colourful characters / Spectacular theatre shows / Live musical performances from local house band / Engaging gossip and epic baffles / Unforgettable history and Acadian accents from all over / Stories and legends from the sea / Feet-stomping kitchen parties / Authentic Acadian Brunch and Buffets at L'Ordre du Bon Temps restaurant / Picturesque views from the Patio / A boutique offering local gift ideas Open from the end of June till labor weekend.
  • Excellent58%
  • Very good29%
  • Average7%
  • Poor3%
  • Terrible3%
4 weeks ago
“Historic Acadian village with a humorous fun atmosphere”
Mar 30, 2017
“this was them most charming place to visit”
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57 Acadie St, Bouctouche, New Brunswick E4S 2T7, Canada
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

This little jewel can be found on an island in the middle of Buctouche. The village brings the world of Antonine Maillet to life with carefully preserved historic buildings and characters from the novels. The atmosphere is festive and musical with live stage shows going...More

Thank Laura M
Reviewed March 30, 2017

if you are looking for a quiet place to visit this the is the ideal place to go to. their poutine is so good and hearty and their clam chowder is to die for. now the only time to go is during august this is...More

Thank Carolyn R
Reviewed October 12, 2016

I only wanted to grab a bite of local culture food; I didn't have time for the whole attraction experience. They led me in past the pay ticket area and took me to the restaurant, so that's a nice thing that you can eat there...More

Thank Jon M
Reviewed September 12, 2016

We were with a tour group and received the royal treatment. We started with a buffet which was very good and with great variety. We had a guide that gave us a good idea of the Acadian history. A fiddler played music and we had...More

Thank da3259
Reviewed September 9, 2016

I went to Le Pays de la Sangouine with my brother and sister-in-law who live nearby. What a lovely place to go! The actors and actresses were great fun and full of knowledge about the place, the people who used to live in the area...More

Thank julschof
Reviewed August 28, 2016 via mobile

We had a wonderful afternoon exploring Acadian culture and music with our grandchildren. Loved the performance done by the band. It really added to the atmosphere.

Thank Astrid1511
Reviewed August 21, 2016

A fabricated "antique" village, complete with Acadian style musicians. The food is served in the food hall in buffet style, with one fixed price. I got sick from the soup, probably made from yesterday's chicken. It was probably food poisoning, as it affected me about...More

Thank T1063YYdavidk
Reviewed August 19, 2016

Bonne fête nationale des acadiens! I had the chance to experience the culture and pride of the Acadian people during the TinTinmarre. A loud and proud parade of colours! The walk to le pays de la sagouine was an experience. To taste the food such...More

Thank jmac992015
Reviewed August 16, 2016

If a bit of history is part of what makes a trip fulfilling then a couple of hours at this delightful tiny island is a must. You will get a taste of the history, culture and times of the early Acadian days with tons of...More

Thank Debbie O
Reviewed August 14, 2016

I thoroughly enjoyed our visit to Le Pays de La Sagouine. I really enjoyed learning about the Acadians and their culture. I definitely enjoyed the Acadian food. I will definitely come back if I am ever back in the area.

Thank Kimberley D
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terryscott2014
So we're heading to pays de la Sagouine next week. We don't really have enough time to take in the shows. Can you walk out to the island or do you need to pay before heading out. Also is there any food services available? Can you order something or are they all dinner and show type meals? thanks
August 14, 2015|
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Response from Rhonda R | Reviewed this property |
Hello. Le pays de la sagouine has shows on the island. Yes you can walk down and there is a restaurant on site with reasonable prices. There are also cabins on the island where food can be purchased. There is a fee that you... More
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