Trois-Rivières (historically and rarely Three Rivers, ) is the second-oldest city in Quebec, founded in 1634. It lies almost half-way between Montreal and Quebec City and can make a nice stopover on travel between those two cities.
Route 40 between Quebec and Montreal passes straight through Trois-Rivières.
An Orléans Express  bus travels to Trois-Rivières about every two hours from the central bus stations in Montreal and Quebec.
A Via Rail  train is also avallable from those two cities.
The Via Rail train station closed in 1990 with the whole line that this station was on.
The Société de transport de Trois-Rivières (STTR) is the local public transit system.
The main (arguably only) sight in Trois-Rivières is the old city (vieille-ville), concentrated by the river along rue des Ursulines. It's far smaller than those of Montreal or Quebec, but picturesque in a low-key way and worth a stroll.
Québec Museum of Folk Culture - Musée québécois de culture populaire The Museum presents six bold and unusual exhibitions, with something to please everyone... all in a distinctly Québécois style. Visitors can also look behind the scenes as the Museum opens up its storage area to reveal part of its rich ethnological collection - an innovation in Québec!
Old prison of Trois-Rivières - Vieille prison de Trois-Rivières 200, rue Laviolette Trois-Rivières (Québec) G9A 6L5 CANADA ☎(819) 372-0406 The Old Prison of Trois-Rivières, classified as an historical monument, offer the visit-experience Go to Jail!, where ex-inmates lead visitors on a tour that provides a real glimpse into prison life. This prison was in operation from 1822 to 1986, and closed its doors due to the unhealthy conditions. The tour of cells and places of solitary confinement is a true eye-opener! You can start the tour with a prison card that includes your photograph and fingerprints. Groups can serve a one-night sentence, upon reservation.
Grand Prix de Trois-Rivières -  Each August, the city puts on a weekend of auto races. The Grand-Am KONI Challenge Series headlines the 2008 edition of the race, which takes place in the streets just north of downtown.
Boréalis This museum was formerly a paper factory and is about the history of the paper industry near the St. Maurice River.
'Les Rivières This shopping mall is home to near 150 boutiques.
TRO This shopping mall near the Highway 40 have the big walmart and maybe 50 boutiques
The main drinking strip is located on boulevard Des Forges, starting at the Saint-Lawrence river until rue Royale.
Orange Kaki Bistro Bar Nord-Ouest Café 1441 Notre-Dame St., Trois-Rivières, 819-693-1151 Monkey Night Club 1392 Rue Hart, Trois-Rivières, 819-375-8333 D'artagnan's