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Moulin Bernier

Economuseum / Museum
Interpretation Center
Parks and gardens

Contact information

100 rue du Moulin, Courcelles, G0M 1C0, Quebec, Canada

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On the shores of the ‘Rivière aux Bluets’, in the municipality of Courcelles, you will find a hidden gem: the old Bernier family mill – flour mill and sawmill. This building, erected in 1888, is the oldest building in the village. It was totally renovated in 2003. The ‘Moulin Bernier’, now a rural life interpretation Centre, aims at developing and demonstrating the heritage of the six villages comprised in the ‘Rivière aux Bluets’ basin. It is a cultural heritage building.

Inside, a guided visit will tell you about buckwheat flour-making (see our web site for costs and schedule for the guided tour). We also host an exhibit of ancient objects, a presentation of the local industry history – the ‘Chemise Perfection’, and a temporary artistic exhibit.

Outside, you will find a lookout facing the timber dam, the water gate and the water intake canal, the Québec Central railway overpass, our Egyptian millstone and a rest area with picnic tables and swings.

Close-by, you will be able to visit the old train station park with its caboose and its Expo-train.

A convenience store faces the park.

Parking information: Small RVs (about 24' and less) can park near the Mill and the river. Parking near the mill is gravel and levels can be helpful. You will hear the ventilation sound from the nearby grocery store, but the noise is not too loud. Travelers with larger RVs can park overnight at the Church's asphalt parking lot which is 2 minutes away from the 'Moulin Bernier'. We will give you instructions to get there upon your arrival at the ‘Moulin Bernier’.

The ‘Moulin Bernier’ is open from Wednesday to Sunday, from 9am to 5pm, up to Labour Day, and then from Friday to Sunday until Thanksgiving.

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Pets are allowed on the parking if held in the leash

Maximum arrival hours: 17:00 h

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