1 888 675-3132
95, rue Saint-Georges (Chambord) G0W 1G0
A voyage to the heart of the 1920's
Travel back in time in a genuine company town with about forty period buildings. The spirit of this enigmatic site frozen in the year 1927 lives on. The convent-school, general store, post office, abandoned houses and the pulp mill are full of secrets, which will be revealed by a host of colourful characters.
Learn about the eloquent history of the Val-Jalbert villagers. A journey into the heart of their community filled with hope. Explore this ultramodern village of the 1920's where they had running water and electricity 25 years before the rest of Québec.
On foot, GPS in hand or by trolleybus, explore the new routes, from traditional to high tech, in addition to the family friendly and cultural activities.
The impressive Ouiatchouan Falls will leave you in awe, a formation that's higher than Niagara Falls. The belvedere with glass bottom platform, from the heart of the falls, will provide an exclusive and unforgettable spectacular scenic vista. Hop on board the cable car and be whisked away to the summit in just a few moments for a breathtaking panoramic view.
Open: June 18 to August 21, all days from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Low season: May 28 to June 17 and August 22 to October 10, all days from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Last admission: 5 p.m. (low season: 4 p.m.)
: Adult: $27.40, Youth (6-16): $13.92, Child (6 and -); Free, Family (2 adults + 1 child and 16 years and -): $65.23; Single-parent family (1 adult + 2 children and 16 years and -): $46.10 Group rates (35 and +).
Average duration: 4 hours
Visit the website for more information at www.valjalbert.com