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Discover Acadian culture with the magic of characters immersing you into a whirlwind of music and theatre on a small island in Bouctouche. A theatrical village, Pays de la Sagouine is a fantastic reproduction of a fishing village in the era of...more
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Hours Today: 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
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Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
57 Acadie St, Bouctouche, New Brunswick E4S 2T7, Canada
Tour the area & village on the little island - it’s charming. Attend the stage performance and learn about the Acadian history & culture. The young man performing for us had us mesmerized and laughing out loud.
Finally, the buffet in the dining room was...More
We were really excited to go here based on all the reviews and left confused and frustrated after a few hours. All the little huts have a schedule of performances with an actor in each but it isn’t written ANYWHERE what that schedule is. So...More
It was lively and educating experience about Arcadian culture. Nicely set at the island. Beautiful Music. Relaxing path ways.
Mostly in French, but just wait until crowd getting low and talk to them in English.. They are more than happy to tell stories to you....More
We decided to stop at Le Pays de la Sagouine towards the end of our day trip to Boctouche. We knew going in it was closer to closing time but still wanted to experience it. Upon arriving at the visitors center we went to the...More
This a beautiful come-to-life storybook place...shame I missed it! Definitely would recommend going, although make sure you head there prior to August 31st. The website indicated it was open in September, although the gift shop is open, not the dinner theatre. I had gone the...More
What a wonderful way to encounter Acadian culture. La Sagouine is Antonine Maillet's, (Bouctouche native and celebrated writer) most popular work. The site has been transformed into a summer festival where you can also see what life was like for Acadians who settled here after...More
we went here as a family activity just passing through. we thought we would stay for just a couple of hours, but we ended up staying here for more than 3 hours. there were shows, live music and characters playing roles. for those who are...More
It is a wonderful place to learn a little bit Acadian culture. People are super friendly. wish I knew French so I can enjoy more. But every ppl in the house speak English. The view is pretty, village is colorful.
The show was really entertaining (2 people), a great kitchen party! The little village was also very interesting, although partially closed. The lunch was not so good, although I guess it was meant to be authentic. Good shop.