Is the site accessible to people with reduced mobility? - Village Québécois d'Antan

Unfortunately, the Village Québécois d’Antan is not adapted for people with reduced mobility. You can get around the site in a wheelchair, but the period houses are not easily accessible as they are not equipped with ramps. In addition, most of the buildings have stairs in front of the entrance door. Moreover, it should be noted that the streets of the Village are made of dirt, making it more difficult to get around the site on rainy days.

The Village Québécois d’Antan accepts Companion Leisure Cards and grants free admission to the accompanying person of a person aged 12 years or older with a disability or mental health problem. We also offer a four-wheel electric scooter ($) rental service. Please note that this service is offered during the summer season only (July and August, daytime only). Also, considering the limited number of scooters available, we suggest that you reserve one in advance by contacting us at 1 877 710-0267, ext. 221.