Visit of the Dumulon General Store
This historic site is the first general store in the Township of Rouyn, founded by the Dumulon family in 1924.
Permanent exhibition ” The Rush to Rouyn “:
Structured around the biographical trajectory of four main characters, the new exhibition presents the birth of Rouyn and Noranda and the effervescence that reigned in the twin cities at the time. The human and family stories of the people who made the city take center stage. Through the use of never-before-seen archival images projected on a giant screen and an original soundtrack, visitors are invited to immerse themselves in a boomtown atmosphere where prospectors, Aboriginals, merchants, smugglers and clerics rubbed shoulders.
You can also shop for souvenirs and regional products in the store.
Winter period: Open Wednesday to Sunday from 9 am to 5 pm
Summer period: Open every day from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Visit of the Russian Orthodox Church of St-Georges
This church is an indelible trace of the passage of Eastern European immigrants to Rouyn-Noranda. It was built between 1955 and 1957. Since 1992, it is a historical interpretation center managed by the Corporation de la maison Dumulon.
Open variably during the summer period, on booking the rest of the year.