Big things brewing in Gatineau!
Gatineau's brewers quickly made a name for themselves on the Québec microbrewery scene. Fans of hops and malt won't be disappointed by their stay in the Outaouais region! A nice cruise on Québec's longest river (no, it's not the St.Lawrence!) will open your appetite. After a nice meal and drink, take a walk through downtown Gatineau and discover its charms and businesses. Comes "happy hour", you will gladly taste other regional creations on a very inviting patio.
The Hull Marina, from where Paul's Boat Lines cruises leave, is just a short walk from Aubry Steet, a charming pedestrian street where Gainsbourg bistro-brewery is located. You'll be in the heart of Vieux-Hull, the epicenter of downtown Gatineau, and ready to explore Laval, du Portage, Eddy and other surrounding streets. When you get to Montcalm Street, wander along Brewery Creek before heading to nearby Les Brasseurs du Temps' beer museum.
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The best way to see the National Capital Region since 1936! On board, you will have the chance to learn about the region's history with the bilingual guides and the audio guide application. Enjoy spectacular views of Parliament Hill, the Ottawa Locks, Rideau Falls, the Prime Minister's residence, and many more landmarks. Tickets available at the Ottawa Locks and the Hull Marina. Mid-May to Mid-October, 7 days a week.
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Downtown Gatineau is the place to be for entertaining activities, cultural events, and celebrations of all kinds! Laval Street, which is closed to vehicular traffic from May to November, provides a safe and enjoyable route for pedestrians and cyclists. Discover the Laval-Aubry-Kent and Brewery Creek tourism sectors, with their local microbreweries, great restaurants featuring everything from bistro to epicurean fare, and lively urban buzz. Don’t forget to check out the unique shops and businesses along Eddy Street!
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Learn about the history of beer and its importance for the region when you visit the brewery and the beer museum at Les Brasseurs du Temps. Hull’s brewing tradition is closely linked to the region’s social and economic history. Though Brewery Creek, which runs through the heart of the Old Hull sector, is well known, few are familiar with the origin of its name.