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This was one of several stops on the La Baie shuttle bus on the Downtown and Cultural shuttle. You can get some great photos from the front with the waterfalls going around the house. You approach accross a very nice community park. It is a...More
Stunning landscapes surrounded this amazing house that has a lot of historical significance in Quebec. The tour we took of city sites stopped here to tell us more about its history and offered a great place to take pictures in the fall season
We took the hop on hop off tour bus: And this was one of the stops en_route ,, it was very interesting to see how yesterday years were and the lives the locals lived,,.. The main mill is now a museum, reasonable ticket price, and...More
Entrance is $5 plus $1.99 for the audio guide..well worth it... it starts off with viewing a 45 minute documentary film explaining the devastation of the flooding on July 19, 1996. Then it detailed why miraculously this little White House survived.Then you see different displays...More
I was a bit skeptic to visit this unusual (though quite picturesque) house, but ended up being grateful we took the time to visit.
The video on the 3rd floor is essential to get the full story and appreciate the significance which would otherwise just...More
This was a little dream. We had taken the hop on hop off bus from the port in Saguenay. We alighted at the Church then walked about 45 minutes to reach the Little White House. When we had finished there we board the hop on...More
Nice little inexpensive museum. The museum tells the story of the family that lived there. I think it is in french so not sure if you can get this in english. They do offer a kind of hearing thing so maybe you can choose your...More
All the members of my family and my friends agreed it was a great idea to visit this place, museum tickets aren't expensive and it worth it. I recommend you not to leave the area without visiting the souvenir store next to the park: La...More