Monument Lefebvre National Historic Site of Canada
Our efforts at serving schools, Elderhostel groups and other educational groups are focussed on site. Although no formal extension program is in place, requests are handled on a case-by-case basis.
Permanent Interactive Exhibit
The new permanent interactive exhibit "Reflections of a Journey - the Odyssey of the Acadian People" presents an historical overview of Acadia to the actual dynamism of the Acadian population. Don't miss it!
This program is a self-guided opportunity using a pamphlet available at reasonable cost in the visitor centre's sales outlet. Visitors travel around the Memramcook Valley stopping at selected points to view the ecological and historical aspects of the Valley's landscape. This is a project of La Société historique de la vallée de Memramcook.
There are guided tours available (visitor demand permitting) of the exhibit and the theatre.
Guided Tours©Parks Canada
A computer station is available with staff assistance to view computer-based resources relating to Acadian culture and history. Internet access is also available.
A collection of over 70 videos relating to the Acadian fate is available for viewing. Many are shown on a rotating schedule in a small viewing area. If volume dictates it, they can be shown in the building's large theatre.
A growing collection of music by Acadian artists is available for visitors.
Newspapers and Books
The daily and weekly newspapers of the various regions of Acadia are available for visitor perusal as is a small but growing library of books on various subjects relating to Acadian themes.
Les Causeries du mardi
An annual summer series of lectures by research specialists adds lively and colourful insight into the many dimensions of Acadian society.