Frequently Asked Questions
What should we wear?
Since it's often a few degrees cooler in Val-David than in the parts of Quebec further south, we recommend bringing a jacket or sweater.
First, you should be aware that a day at the Village will provide you with plenty of fun, no matter whether the skies are sunny or cloudy. In the case of showers, visitors can keep dry in the shelters provided for this purpose, and take advantage of the break to catch their breath before resuming the fun and games once the rain has passed.
If the forecast calls for constant rain, the Village will close for the day. This
happens only once or twice a year.
If you're uncertain, we recommend checking the Village's website before setting out.
Snack bar or packed lunch?
You can bring your own lunch to enjoy at one of the many picnic tables located throughout the Village. You can leave your lunch boxes or coolers in your car and come back to get them when you're ready to eat.
If you'd prefer to take a day off from making lunch, then feel free to try our snack bar instead. The menu combines classic snack bar fare with health-conscious alternatives. You can choose from a broad selection including paninis, vegetarian pizza for kids, Christmas poutine and much more. Got any ideas for Christmas-themed dishes? Our chef would love to hear your suggestions!
What is a typical day at the Village like?
The length of your visit to the Village depends on how old your children are. To guide you, here are our recommendations by age group.
|2 hours||Minimum||Gives you enough time to see the whole Village.|
|4 hours||Perfect||Gives you enough time to see the whole Village and go back to your favourite areas, as well as giving children a chance to try activities they were reluctant to try at first.|
|8 hours||Too much||For children under five.|
|8 hours||Perfect||For children aged five to ten.|
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