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Stopped by to visit as we were in town visiting family. Great overview of local history with a beautiful view of the water. The market on Saturday was filled with local artisans, homemade delights and beautiful handcrafted items. Worth a stop.
Beautiful spot to enjoy some local history.
Every second Saturday of the summer they hold a Farmer's Market with lots of local artesians, while you're there stop in and check out where the blacksmith works!
We visited here in fall 2015 to see where our neighbour's daughter would be getting married. Little did we know that we would get to return for the wedding in 2016. The Venue consists of several buildings, one with a working forge and numerous historical...More
Ile Madame is a fascinating French speaking enclave although everyone is bilingual. The preservation of tools and artefacts from a typical Acadian way of life was very useful and it was a real pleasure listening to my lovely guide telling me about her ancestors and...More
When we arrived the staff was very pleashant.We took the tour the guide was quite knowledgeable great artifacts and history .There was a afternoon tea gathering and a gift shop on the bottom of the building all was just on a donation .
The Lenoir Forge Museum has exhibit artifacts and documents relating to the social, cultural and natural history of Isle Madame for the education and enjoyment of present and future generations. We visit this place frequently and attend several concerts and markets that take place during...More
Great place to visit, old buildings, can watch blacksmith make things, buy ice cream, visit craft shop, concerts by the sea, book shop, tea time ... people are friendly, informative, proud of their Acadian culture :)