Joanne Renaud famille Pierre Bélanger, Pierre David photographe

Maison du Fléché Bélanger

Interpretation activities
Paid activity
Picnic area
Free Wifi access

Transported by water, arrowhead sashes left Montreal for Western Canada's fur counters in very large voyageur canoes to be traded for beaver pelts. Enthusiasts of the history of New France and prehistory will love this unique exhibit. The arrowhead sash is a unique part of our cultural heritage, once a distinctive French-Canadian symbol and now a symbol of Lanaudière and the Metis Nation. It is recognized by UNESCO.

To learn more, watch this video on the Maison du Fléché Bélanger by clicking HERE


Payment options

  • Cash


  • Schedule: Monday, 1pm to 4pm
  • Operation period: June 28 to September 4


  • Parking
  • Store
  • Picnic
  • Fully accessible to persons with reduced mobility
  • Toilets

Services available on-site

  • Air conditioning
  • Training courses
  • Wireless internet
  • Boutique

Admitted customers

  • Adults
  • Teens
  • Children

Restaurant services

  • Picnic area

On-site facilities

  • Outdoor playground for children
  • Interpretation panels


  • Reservation recommended
Maison du Fléché Bélanger
810, 10e Rang sud
Sainte-Marcelline-de-Kildare, QC J0K 2Y0

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