Droulers/Tsiionhiakwatha Archaeological Site Interpretation Center


Around 1450, some 500 St. Lawrence Iroquoians set up camp on the banks of the La Guerre River, where the municipality of Saint-Anicet is located today. Five centuries later, farmer François Droulers found a small axe in one of his fields … Since then, archaeological digs have unearthed the remains and artifacts (some 500,000 of them!) of the largest Iroquoian village ever discovered in Quebec.

Just 75 km from Montréal, the Droulers-Tsiionhiakwatha Archaeological Site Interpretation Centre showcases these fabulous remains and invites visitors inside a faithfully reconstructed longhouse. It all makes for a fascinating encounter!

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Droulers/Tsiionhiakwatha Archaeological Site Interpretation Center
1800, chemin Leahy
Saint-Anicet (Québec) | J0S 1M0
Tel. :  450 264-3030 
Toll Free : 1 (866) 690-3030

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