A ride in Shawi, as we say here, it is:

 

 

The inescapable Cité de l'énergie, its Science Centre and the museum of Prime Minister Jean Chrétien.

The Centre d'exposition Léo-Ayotte and Centre des arts of Shawinigan.
A divine detour by the church Saint-Pierre to see the magnificent stained-glass windows made by Guido Nincheri,  and by the charming little church of Notre-Dame-De-La-Présentation which is gathering in its walls the last great project realized by the painter Ozias Leduc.

A stop at Parc Des Centenaires for a little hike near the falls or to access the cycling path close to Shawinigan River.

Walking on 5th Street,  to discover Shawinigan downtown, the boutiques, restaurants and bars..

A "Rendez-vous" at Parc Des Chutes of Shawinigan or a stroll at la Promenade du Capitaine. And, at the end of the day, a little detour by la Promenade St-Maurice will take you close to the beautiful Saint-Maurice river where some terraces awaits you with goo foods or, why not, have a beer at la Micro-Brasserie le Trou Du Diable.     

 
 

Eloize Circus at Cité de l’énergie

Experience the fantastic production from Cirque Éloize in our unique, revolving, covered and heated amphitheatre. Discover the tale of young Ching Shih, an orphan girl stranded on Nezha, the Pirate Island, through a show combining music, theatre and circus arts.

 

 

 

 

 
 

PLANÈTE ÉNERGIE - The Experience

On your arrival, the enigmatic flight of real “energy fireflies” lead you to an immersive multimedia environment where energy is presented as a strong as well as mysterious and familiar phenomenon. Striking multisensory effects quickly plunge viewer into the Sun’s core, primary source of earth energy, and give him the opportunity to discover through this fantastic voyage new forms of energy as well as their worldwide impacts. 

 

 

 
 

PLANÈTE ÉNERGIE - The Journey

The permanent exhibition at Cité de l’énergie, La Planète Énergie, invite people to be aware of the delicate balance all around the world between nature, energy, and human society.

The exhibition propose, with the help of 20 interactive station, a voyage through the present and the future thus providing an opportunity to reflect upon our energy choices resulting in both a participative and cognitive experience.