The Musée de Charlevoix is a not-to-be-missed cultural attraction within our beautiful region. Through your visit of its four exhibition halls, one being located outdoors, you will delight in the history of Charlevoix and popular art.
The museum’s shop features a vast array of objects, books and handicrafts made by local artists.
You will enjoy a pleasant moment contemplating the Saint-Lawrence River surrounding this outstanding institution…Visiting the rooftop terrace is an absolute must to admire the scenery in all its glory!
Young families are also welcomed. Your children will love our animal sculptures and the large blackboard with chalk awaiting their drawings. Rallies are also offered to everyone’s delight!
In addition to nearby restaurants and inns, a visit to the Musée de Charlevoix is pure bliss!
In summer as in winter, discover Charlevoix differently, its history, culture and art. Enjoy three exhibitions in one visit, stop by the boutique (with souvenirs signed Made in Charlevoix) and appreciate the breathtaking view from the Musée’s roof. Visiting with the family? Great! We offer rallies, association games and educational workshops! Close to restaurants, inns and boutiques, and above all…before the river!
Adult: $ 8
Student and senior: $ 6
Child aged 6 and under: free
Family (2 adults and 2 children): $ 20
Friend-Member: free (with the purchase of a $ 10 card)
The Charlevoix Museum can easily accommodate groups (of all ages). The entrance fee for groups of 10 people or more is $ 5 per person. It is possible to take a guided tour at a cost of $ 25 per guide per visit. Capacity of 75 people at a time, divided into three groups of 25 people. Mandatory reservation.
Visite des salles d'exposition : en moyenne 1heure
About the establishment
Services et équipement
Air conditioned (shared areas)
Space rentals are available. Please ask us for more information : firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fantastical creatures in the Cap-à-l’Aigle gardens
The Cap-à-l’Aigle gardens are now home for a number of fantastical creatures staged throughout the verdant and flowered setting of this botanical treasure trove. The strange beasts and super-sized flowers from the popular art collection are all works made of recycled materials. Visitors, on the look-out for out-of-the-ordinary art installations and drawn towards points of interest along the trail, will be charmed by these creatures that mingle in with the natural surroundings and the hundreds of species of lily on display in the gardens. These strange and intriguing half-hidden beasts and flowers are yours to discover along the entire length of the trail.
Produced by Jean-François Lettre and Pierre Bouchard in the context of the #CovidArtQc event, the Moon Fish will, going forward, be exhibited in Parc du Quai Casgrain. The giant Moon Fish artwork is a wooden sculpture that will be illuminated during evenings. In addition, during the summer it will serve as a screen for the projection of short films.
Hard life in the past of this region shown in a unique way
Notice written on 2019-08-20
ihor s, Toronto, Canada
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