Our Artisans at Work use traditional techniques or know-how to make products in the bio-food or arts and crafts sectors. They offer a genuine experience that allows you, the visitor, to discover a trade and a skill or skills that have endured and evolved over time.
Come enjoy a unique opportunity to meet a passionate artisan and partake in an enriching and authentic experience at an ÉCONOMUSÉE®, HERITAGE SPACE, CULINARY SPACE, WORKSHOP, SHOP or DESTINATION.
Being part of our select network of artisans means preserving knowledge and skills passed down from generation to generation, while driving your business toward a proven business model.
The ÉCONOMUSÉE® Network Society (ENS) is a leader in providing support to artisan-entrepreneurs. When an artisan wishes to perpetuate their know-how and expertise, the ENS is there to help them develop an ECONOMUSÉE®, a HERITAGE SPACE, a CULINARY SPACE, a WORKSHOP, a SHOP or a DESTINATION.
The ENS provides support during all stages of the process and guarantees close and personalized follow-up throughout, thereby ensuring the creation of a unique and high-quality touristic and cultural product for each of its members. The ENS team also offers other collaborative opportunities.
Our promise is to support each artisan in their sustainability efforts by developing and implementing a unique business and cultural concept and increasing their enterprise's appeal to tourists and other visitors through their inclusion in a thriving international network.
In 1988, the Demoy family obtained the first artisanal cider production permit, thus opening the door to Québec cider production. Meet passionate artisans, pioneers who possess a great love for the apple and a desire to produce work of remarkable quality. A guided tour will help you discover the production secrets that make Minot ciders exceptional.