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We love to stop by some of the roadside boutiques and artisans shops when traveling. For one, it... read more

Reviewed 11 November 2016
GlobetrotterSH
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Canada
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This little paper mill is very interesting, he makes his own paper right there at the mill. Very... read more

Reviewed 25 July 2016
gdwilson
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Barrie
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304 Rue Felix Antoine Savard, Saint-Joseph-de-la-Rive, Quebec G0A 3Y0, Canada
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I drove 2 hours to go and was told to move my car. It was next to the building but a car could still pass by easily. A woman came out and told me to move to the museum across the street. The problem was...More

Thank kingsqueen1
Reviewed 11 November 2016

We love to stop by some of the roadside boutiques and artisans shops when traveling. For one, it gives us a chance to stretch the legs, but more importantly, it allows us to chat with the locals, which gives us a better feel for the...More

3  Thank GlobetrotterSH
Reviewed 25 July 2016

This little paper mill is very interesting, he makes his own paper right there at the mill. Very impressive.

Thank gdwilson
Reviewed 14 August 2015

We spent about 30 minutes in this museum and store. The "guide" showed us a 10 minute video explaining the paper making process and then showed us around the actual paper making operation. Paper is made in batches, so they were not making any at...More

1  Thank TanyaRad
Reviewed 9 August 2015

On walking into what we thought was a store we discovered it was also a museum. We watched a 7 minute video on the process of paper-making and were then walked through part of their production area before being left to browse the store and...More

1  Thank Seabird21
Reviewed 13 July 2015

Part of the new "economuseum" which I believe is just a word for "We're a store but get a tax break by having something labeled a museum" ... We did not really get a "visit", more of a "This is paper, we make it in...More

Thank Cedric G
Reviewed 6 July 2014 via mobile

I was very impressed with this place. A nice stables mentioned with a workshop to demonstrate how they make the paper. Very nice people inside and bilingual! I would have liked to see more paper variety to purchase as most of the merchandise appealed to...More

1  Thank Paul K
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