230, rue Principale
Saint-Jacques-de-Leeds
(Québec)  G0N 1J0
418.424.0212

The Heritage Site (Site patrimonial de Saint-Jacques-de-Leeds) will take you back in time, with its traditions and its beautiful landscape. We invite you to come and discover the history of the Township of Leeds pioneers, from the arrival of the first colonist Archibald McLean, to the construction of the Craig’s road in 1810, which connected Quebec city to Boston.

The site offers different services such as a pedestrian path, rest areas, picnic tables and restrooms. There is a restaurant, a snack bar, a grocery store, and a bakery close by (less than 5 minutes away) if you want to have a picnic on the site.

People with reduced mobility, that are accompanied, have access to the buildings and walkways at all times.