Drummondville is at the junction of Autoroutes 20 and 55. The city is about 100 km east of downtown Montreal, 150 km southwest of Quebec City and 70 km north of Sherbrooke.
VIA Rail provides daily train service between Montreal and Quebec City.
Drummondville Transit provides bus service around the city, operating five routes. The main bus terminal is downtown, located at the corner of Des Forges and Lindsay Streets.
Le Village Québécois d'Antan, 1425, rue Montplaisir, ☎ +1 819 478-1441 (toll free: 1-877-710-0267), . daily 10AM-5:30PM from late June to end of Aug. A re-creation of village life in the 19th century. Includes an old farm, period costumes, a restaurant and several festivals throughout the year.$11-21 (child-adult), $20-37 if meal included.
Voltigeurs de Drummondville, . of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League have been operating since 1982 and won the President's Cup in 2009. They play home games at the Centre Marcel Dionne, a historic arena which was built in 1963. The rink is situated at the edge of the downtown area, and seats 4,000 spectators.
The Plage publique de Drummondville is a public beach on the Riviere St-Francois. This sandy beach with a restaurant, small boat rentals and other activities is open from June 24 to Labor Day weekend. It is located at 2560 Boul. Allard, in the south-east part of the city.
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