5491, Foster street
Waterloo ( Québec )
A trip back in time! It is through its warm welcome, the magnificence of its landscape, the richness of its residential and religious buildings but also through its charm that Waterloo stands out as a region rich in culture and history in Haute-Yamaska .
The heritage trail is a tribute to the places and cultural and architectural features of Waterloo. It relates a story that belongs to the whole population and emphasizes the passage and the involvement of key people of the city of Waterloo.
Here, the middle class, mainly of British origin and consisting of industrialists, merchants, lawyers and doctors, has built homes to the extent of their social importance and led Waterloo in a golden age in rich patrimonial level.
For all those who are looking for a new way to visit a charming town and learn the stories of ancestors that have created this wealth, the heritage trail is the perfect tool to guide you through your visit. Be charmed by the 43 heritage buildings located throughout the course. Before each of them, you will find a wrought iron lectern, made by Nicolas Fog, a local artist . Walk, bike or drive through it. Enjoy!
Departure from the tourist office at 5491 Foster Street where you can find leaflets of the heritage cicuits.