June 24 (St-Jean Baptiste) to August 28, from 1 to 5 p.m. Wednesday to Sunday, and weekends from Labour Day until Thanksgiving and the Journées de la culture.
To discover, see and do...
The Moulin Grenier (Grenier Mill) was built in 1820 by François Grenier. It was classified as a historic building in 1976. The mill is open to the public, and guides offer interactive tours from June 24 (St-Jean Baptiste) to Thanksgiving. One of its main attractions is the excellent condition of its original mechanism. The mill operated until the 1880s, but was almost abandoned in the late 1970s, when it was struck by a car. The city of Repentigny took it over and began restoration work, completed in September 2005. Contact us for the detailed schedule.
- Historic monument (Quebec)
- Historic site (Quebec)
Activities or attractions nearby
The Moulin Grenier is located on the Chemin du Roy (King’s Road); another historic mill stands less than 500 metres away. There is an adjoining artisanal bakery and, less than 2 kilometres away, the Île Lebel park offers an oasis of peace with three walking trails on historical, heritage and archaeological themes.
Guided tours: French, English
- Picnic area
- Customized activities (specific groups)
- Hours adapted to groups
- Parking (buses)
- Other service(s): Artisanal bakery workshop available nearby (by reservation)
Self-guided tours: 7 people
Guided tours: 21 people