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Visiting Grande-Digue, means take the time going on the wharfs and to eat in Take Outs, but mainly it means discovering the fascinating history of this close-knit community.

When you need more than one building to explain the various community know-hows and jobs, you go to the Pioneers Village. A lighthouse, a school, a barn, a warehouse and a family home…there is everything you need to uncover the historical identity of Acadians in Grande-Digue.

Take the time to chat with people who are passionate about their village, and don’t forget to share what you learned by using the hashtags #muséepionniers and #RFMSE.

Entrance Fee

Pioneers Village

468 route 530

Grande-Digue, NB

Canada, E4R 5K3

27 June to 26 August

Everyday: 9 AM to 5 PM


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Remember that you can ask for guided tours. If you are with a large group, please reserve your visit by calling the museum in advance.

Several summer activities are offered, including the Agricultural Fair in September.

The Pioneer's Museum
The Lighthouse
The School
The school's feather duster
The school
The school's snowshoes
Fireplace stones
The warehouse's black-smith's shop
Warehouse's shoe fabrication shop
Linen harvest
The church
The church's painting
Gagnon House foundation
The Gagnon House
Maison Gagnon's collection
Gagnon House
Gagnon House
The Pionneer's Museum Painted mural
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