Whether it’s summer or winter, Terrebonne | Mascouche is the host of a great number of activities, attractions and events. And that is why we pride ourself in saying that our region showcases one heritage and a thousand activities! However, you might ask yourself where to begin, thus, here is a list of our top places to visit in Terrebonne and Mascouche.
Come explore our charming old neighbourhoods rich in history. Architectural jewels, exhibits and restaurants bring to life the 18th and 19th century seigneuries of Old Terrebonne and Îles-des-Moulins, on the shores of the Mille Îles river.
With its five restored buildings, two permanent exhibitions, several guided tours, Île-des-Moulins offers various activities during summer.
Terrebonne’s historic society (PHT) and Maison d’histoire open their doors on a new exhibition coming in august 2023. You can also assist to various historical conferences, guided tours, events and historical reenactements.
Théâtre du Vieux-Terrebonne (TVT) is a well-known auditorium presenting a wide range of shows. For more than 30 years, TVT has been offering high quality artistic programs, showcasing renowned and trending artists through plays, comedy, music and other categories.
Built in 1759, Maison Bélisle is one of Old Terrebonne’s oldest preserved house. Open year round, this historical building holds a permanent exhibit on the history of Terrebonne, as well as five other temporary expos during the year.
Terrebonne and Mascouche are the hosts of several events during the year. Here are some of the most popular ones:
Parc de la Rivière de Terrebonne offers a wide variety of outdoor activities for the entire family: canoe, kayak, rabaska, archery, disk golf and stand-up paddle. Rental services available on site.
Explore the area’s most beautiful natural and heritage attractions by bike on the Véloroute Terrebonne | Mascouche. More than 154 km of bike paths available including TransTerrebonne, a multipurpose path lying outside of the road network.
Discover hiking trails and bike paths in a beautiful setting at Parc du Grand-Coteau, Parc métropolitain du Domaine-Seigneurial-de-Mascouche, Parc écologique de la Coulée, and Corridor de Biodiversité.
If you have a passion for gardens and horticulture, be sure to visit Jardin Moore, an eco design garden with sustainable horticultural practices. A peaceful site that includes observation areas. Let yourself be charmed! The garden is open during summer and offers guided tours.
Looking for a restaurant? Terrebonne and Mascouche have lots to offer, whether you are looking for breakfast, lunch or dinner options. With gourmet, bistro, Italian, French, Asian and other cuisine types to choose from, you are sure to find a table to your likings. Browse through our complete restaurant directory here.
Plus, with its unique ambiance, numerous terraces and pubs, the Old Terrebonne sector will most likely charm you. Click here for the list of restaurants in Old Terrebonne.