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History continues to be forged… a multitude of innovations to be discovered : a room filled with tactile models in the mill, a reception area, a multimedia presentation, three activity zones for kids on-site, live entertainment, a family friendly geo-rally, a studio of historical photographs and interpretive trails will enhance your experience. Sleep in entirely renovated rooms decorated to the contemporary style of the 1920's.  Savour regional delicacies in the restaurant from within the mill.

Open: May 28 to October 10 

Newly added - An immersive presentation in the old pulp mill

Visitors will be immersed in the heart of a unique and distinctive experience from within in the old grinder room. Technology that will bring the plant, its workers, the village life, extreme weather and nature back to life in magnificent style. It also amplifies the dramatic effects that have marked the life of the village and mill, not to mention the ghosts of the past of which Val-Jalbert would not be the same if not for their presence.

Open: May 28 to October 10 

Newly added - Geo-rally, discovery with GPS

This family friendly interactive treasure hunt with a GPS is perfect for small groups and technology enthusiasts alike. Complete a questionnaire through clues and coordinates and find the caches hidden throughout the site. In addition to the multi-caches geo-rally, rise to the challenge of new “traditional” course

Open: May 28 to October 10 


418 275-3132
1 888 675-3132
valjalbert@valjalbert.com
http://www.valjalbert.com
95, rue Saint-Georges (Chambord) G0W 1G0
Village Historique de Val-Jalbert

Village Historique de Val-Jalbert

418 275-3132
1 888 675-3132
valjalbert@valjalbert.com
www.valjalbert.com
95, rue Saint-Georges (Chambord) G0W 1G0
7567 persons are interested in this activity
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Travelling Back in Time

History enthusiasts, the Historical village of Val-Jalbert invites you to enjoy a unique and immersive time travel experience. Join us to discover the life and times of an authentic company town (the village was built nearby a pulp mill) in the early Saguenay–Lac-Saint-Jean’s industrial age. In fact, visiting the Historical village of Val-Jalbert is exactly like travelling back… in 1927. Exciting? You bet!

An Open Sky Museum

The Historical village of Val-Jalbert is an open sky museum. Step through the covent-school, explore the general store, the pulp mill and the post office, roam around some forty period buidings and time-warp to the 1920s. Personified by colorful characters, encounter village of Val-Jalbert’s authentic residents, chat with them to learn eveything about their village, their way of life, personal history and challenges. Local leaders, workers, clergy, merchants, families, be part ot their story filled with hope. In addition to this must-have experience, the Historical village of Val-Jalbert offers numerous attractions and activities designed to capture the essence of life in a company town of the ‘20s: street animations, projections, scales models, immersive sensory experiences, guided tours, breathtaking panoramic views and many more.

The Historical village of Val-Jalbert combines in equal measure history, entertainment, nature and technology.

Hours of Operation

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.)

Admission Fees

Adult: $27.40
Youth (6-16): $13.92
Child (5 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