Day camp

Sir Wilfrid Laurier National Historic Site

Five children making a puzzle. A giant puzzle to solve

The route of the young peasant

Special Day Camps Program

The prime minister Sir Wilfrid Laurier grew up in Saint-Lin-Laurentides, in a agricultural community. Through many fun and educational activities, children will discover the reality of a young peasant of the 20th century and they will try to do some typical tasks of this period. Also, they’ll discover interesting parts of Laurier’s life.

Activities offered:
- introduction to the site and to the life of Sir Wilfrid Laurier;
- guided tour of the historical house;
- obstacle race;
- interactive quiz;
- giant puzzle;
- picnic in the garden.

Recommended Age: from 6 to 12 years old.

A young girl lifting a wheelbarrow. The tasks of the peasant
Size of group: 20 children maximum per half-day

Lenght of the program: 2 hours of activities


For information or reservation:

Phone: 450 439-3702 (summer) or 819 423-6965 (off-season)


Experiences offered by Parks Canada are part of the culture and education resource directory. Financial support from the Government of Québec can be provided. For further information, please refer to the  Ministère de l’Éducation et de l’Enseignement supérieur Website (French) or contact your school administration.

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