Joliette City, also known as Ville de Joliette is located in Joliette Regional County, Lanaudiere Region, in the south-west of Quebec, in Canada. The city is located near Saint Paul, Saint Thomas, Saint Pierre and Notre Dame des Prairies, along the L'Assomption River. It was founded by a businessman, named Barthelemy Joliette in 1823. In 1863, it was incorporated as a city. In present, Joliette has about 20,000 residents and an area of 23 square kilometers. Joliette is the home of the largest gravel manufacturer in the area and the seat of the judicial district, also called as the city, Joliette. If you plan to visit it, make sure you have the opportunity to see its wonderful attractions.
Top Attractions within Joliette
Base de Roc is a golf course located in a splendid area of the city of Joliette. The 18-hole course has water hazards in 15 of the holes. The greens are well kept and thanks to this, Base de Roc is one of the most appreciated golf courses in the area. Within the facility you can enjoy a restaurant. It offers delicious dishes of the international cuisine, but also those of the tasty local cuisine.
Joliette Muse d'Art is an art museum located at 145 rue Wilfrid Corbeil, downtown. The museum offers visitors the possibility to admire beautiful works of art, mostly of international artists. This attraction also hosts large galleries of the works of the local artists who are free to expose their painting and sculptures in the dedicated room.
L'Avant-Gout is an upscale eatery located in Joliette, at 343 Boulevard Manseau. The elegant restaurant is located exactly in the center of the city, offering you the possibility to admire the beautiful promenade paths and the lovely old buildings located nearby. The restaurant offers fine dishes, mostly of the French cuisine, in a wonderful ambiance.