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 Museum. 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.
468 route 530
Canada, E4R 5K3
July to August
Everyday: 9 AM to 5 PM
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.