Point de rupture Tel1
320px X 568px
Point de rupture Tel2
360px X 640px
Point de rupture Tel3
375px X 6670px
Point de rupture Tabl1
768px X 1024px
Point de rupture A0
1110px (1024px) X 768px
Point de rupture A1
1366px X 768px
Point de rupture B1
1440px X 900px
Point de rupture C1
1680px X 1050px
Point de rupture D1
1920px X 1080px et plus
Point de rupture PRV1
Vertical plus de 768px
Point de rupture PRV2
Vertical plus de 1024px


The Moulin seigneurial offers a guided tour through the everyday life of millers and woodworkers of the last century. Take a moment during your visit to do this workshop, and you’ll be able to leave with your own loaf!

Group tour (min. 20 people)

Master Miller (Maître meunier)

The “Master miller (Maître meunier)” exhibit plunges you into the everyday life of past centuries millers and reveals the secrets of the flour making process. Simultaneously workers and artisans, millers played a significant role in their community. The sawmill, like a church forecourt, was a gathering place bringing together the farmers and the miller, whose hard work ensured the food subsistence of all their families and animals.

Visit the “Master miller (Maître meunier)” exhibit on the Virtual Museum of Canada

Wood flour (Farine de bois)

The “Wood flour (Farine de bois)” exhibit located in the sawmill plunges you into the life of past century woodworkers. Built in the 1940’s and used until the middle of the 1980’s, the Brothers of Christian Instruction’s sawmill is a typical artisanal built from its era. Its hydropower actioned mechanisms can still be reactivated, much to the delight of visitors.

Visit the “Wood Flour (Farine de bois)” exhibit on the Virtual Museum of Canada



Bread workshop

Learn how to make bread and leave with your own loaf! Discover, in our flour mill, the bread making secrets, as bread was the basis of food intake in New France. This activity must be combined with the guided tour and another activity in order to allow the yeast to work.

The Moulin seigneurial offers many more group activities. Let us tell you about the possibilities!

For more details, or to book, please contact us by phone (819 377-1396) or by email (communication@moulin-pointedulac.com).