Explore interesting sights in Trois-Rivières, Canada. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 16 sights are available in Trois-Rivières, Canada.Sightseeing Tours in Trois-Rivières
1. Maison Rocheleau
La Maison Rocheleau, also known as the Jesuit Manor, is a house located at 555 Notre-Dame Street East in the Cap-de-la-Madeleine sector of Trois-Rivières, Quebec, Canada. This house was built in 1742 by François Rocheleau (1697-1756) on the land of the Jesuit Society of Jesus, then lord of Cap-de-la-Madeleine. According to the agreement, he was to reserve a room for them when they passed through their seigneury. The Rocheleaus remained the owners of this house until the mid-nineteenth century. Following the development of the Notre-Dame-du-Cap sanctuary after 1870, it was transformed into a rooming house. It was listed as a heritage building in 2000 by the city of Cap-de-la-Madeleine. It was renovated in the early 2010s and opened in 2014 as a museum dedicated to local history.
2. Mausolée des Évêques-de-Trois-Rivières
The Évêques-de-Trois-Rivières Mausoleum is a funerary monument in Trois-Rivières, Quebec. It was built in 1965 and 1996, as part of a renovation campaign at Assumption Cathedral aimed at replacing the crypt with a community room in the basement. It is located in the Saint-Michel cemetery, which was opened in the early 1920s. This modern monument, which includes a mausoleum with ten tombs and a funeral chapel, was built according to the designs of architects Jean-Claude Leclerc and Roger Villemure.
3. Chapelle funéraire Montour-Malhiot
Montour-Malhiot Funeral Chapel is a neo-Gothic funeral monument located in the cemetery adjacent to the Church of the Saint-Virgin Visitation Church in Pointe-du-Lac, Trois-Rivières, Quebec, Canada. Built between 1865 and 1870, it was built as a burial site for the lords Nicholas Montour (1756-1808) and Charles-Christophe Malhiot (1808-1874). It was named Heritage Building by the City of Trois-Rivières in 2007.
4. Église de la Visitation-de-la-Sainte-Vierge
The Church of La Visitation-de-la-Sainte-Vierge de Pointe-du-Lac is a Catholic church located in the center of the village nucleus of Pointe-du-Lac. It is the third church built in this location. It was built in 1882 and 1883 by Georges-Félix Héroux, an architect and entrepreneur of Yamachiche from the ruins of a church built in 1844 and burnt down in 1882.
5. Maison Philippe-Verrette
Maison Philippe-Verrette is a “boomtown” style house located at 732-734, rue Saint-François-Xavier in Trois-Rivières in Quebec (Canada). It was classified as a heritage building in 1991 by the Ministry of Culture and Communications because of its high degree of integrity, the house having retained its shape and its external coating.
6. Galerie d'art du Parc
The Parc art gallery is a current art exhibition center located at 864, rue des Ursulines, Trois-Rivières, Mauricie tourist region, Quebec (Canada). She occupies the manor of Tonnancour, national historical site. It is a museum institution accredited by the Ministry of Culture, Communications and the Women's Condition of Quebec.
7. Manège militaire Général-Jean-Victor-Allard
The general and general-victor-Allard military merry-go-round also known as the Military Merge of Trois-Rivières, is a military building and a museum located at 574, rue Saint-François-Xavier in Trois-Rivières. This building serves as a barracks for the reserve of the 12th Armored Regiment of Canada.
8. Manoir Boucher-De Niverville
The Boucher-De Niverville Manor is a historic residence located at 168 Bonaventure Street in Trois-Rivières, Quebec, Canada. Built in the mid-17th century, it is one of the few buildings in Trois-Rivières that dates back to the French regime. It was classified as a heritage building on March 30, 1960.
9. Moulin seigneurial de Pointe-du-Lac
The seigneurial mill of Tonnancour, or the seigneurial mill of Pointe-du-Lac, includes a flour mill dating from the seigneurial era and a sawmill built in the mid-20th century. It is one of the last water mills still in existence in Canada. It is located in the Pointe-du-Lac area in Trois-Rivières.
10. Manoir de Tonnancour
The Manoir de Tonnancour is a building located at 864 rue des Ursulines in Trois-Rivières, in the Mauricie region of Quebec. It currently houses the Galerie d'art du Parc, an accredited exhibition centre. It was classified as a heritage building in 1966 by the Government of Quebec.
11. Maison Dufresne
The Dufresne house is a village house located at 2860, chemin du Lac-Saint-Pierre in the village nucleus of Pointe-du-Lac in Trois-Rivières in Quebec (Canada). Built around 1850, it was cited as a heritage building by the municipality of Pointe-du-Lac in 2001.
12. Maison Blanche
The White House is the oldest part of the Ursuline monastery in Trois-Rivières. Its construction began in 1699 and was subsequently enlarged several times. It was classified as a heritage building in 2017 by the Ministère de la Culture et des Communications.
13. Édifice Ameau
Ameau Building is a commercial building located in Trois-Rivières, Quebec (Canada). This ten-storey building built in 1929 is considered to be the first skyscraper in Trois-Rivières. It was named as a heritage building by the City of Trois-Rivières in 2012.
14. Basilique Notre-Dame-du-Cap
The Basilica of Notre-Dame-du-Cap is a minor basilica in Trois-Rivières, Quebec, Canada. It is Canada's national shrine to the Blessed Virgin Mary, and one of five national shrines in Canada. Each year, the site is visited by thousands of Catholic pilgrims.
15. Édifice Lampron
The Lampron Building is an industrial building located at the intersection of Bellefeuille and Saint-Marguerite streets in Trois-Rivières, Quebec. It was designated a heritage building by the city of Trois-Rivières in 2004.
16. Vieille prison de Trois-Rivières
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