Explore the Bourlamaque Mining Village where his pretty log homes are still inhabited. Using an audio-guide, wander through the streets of this village, where the past is still present, and discover its history (all year). Make a stop at the historic house, where an interactive exhibition is presented in a residential setting of the 1940s. Experience yesteryear’s family life through a variety of themes such as social dilemmas faced by the inhabitants of the mining village; the challenge of settling in an emerging resource-rich landlocked region; women and their roles as managers of the home environment; the struggle for power between the union movement, employers and the political and religious circles; intercultural cohabitation; living on the borders of legality and its temptations. Schedule: Seasonal.
|Average visit duration:||50 min.|
|Pricing:||Other rates available.|
|Opening hours:||Audioguides are available year-round at Cité de l’Or. For site visits between 5 p.m. and 9 p.m., you can get audio guides at Cinéma
Capitol. Reservation required in the wintertime.
|Partial access to persons with reduced mobility:||Yes|
|Full access to persons with reduced mobility:||Yes|