Tourisme Charlevoix

Musée maritime

À propos

Under full sails at the boatyard of Saint-Joseph-de-la-Rive (1946), the Musée tells about the wooden schooners and maritime cabotage on the Saint-Lawrence during a 360° visit from the forest to the river. The vast site includes a permanent exhibition, quay, sawmill, and four boats in dry docks including the Saint-André and the Marie Clarisse, two schooners classified as cultural properties.

New in 2018
• Have fun at the Parc des Navigateurs, an immense 20-acre playground with obstacle course, vegetal maze, arboretum, recreation area, sculptures, flower meadow and buildings where four new exciting exhibitions on steering, cartography, miniature boats and seafarers’ wives and children, take place. Stroll the sea forest 4-km trail in all seasons, a mountain hike featuring a unique view of the river and Isle-aux-Coudres
• Relax while admiring the river from ... the new covered terrace, numerous lookouts or, if you prefer, with your feet in the sand at the beach.

Summer programming available at www.museemaritime.com

Activités

  • The Museum’s permanent exhibit relates the maritime history of the Charlevoix region. Visitors are immersed in the fascinating world of the old wooden schooners and the many activities surrounding them. A self-guided path includes rest stations and multiple attractions, including the indoor exhibit, sawmill, store, workshop, hoist, and slipway, as well tours of the schooners and the tugboat Félicia. It’s a unique opportunity to explore the history of maritime navigation and learn about the important role schooners played in Quebec’s economic development.

  • The trail begins at the Papeterie Saint-Gilles, near the Musée maritime de Charlevoix, and gets to a marine forest located in Saint-Joseph-de-la-Rive. It then leads to several points of view on the St. Lawrence River, Isle-aux-Coudres, the South Shore, waterfalls and a dam built in 1928. The trail winds near the Rivière Boudreault which in places, becomes a deep gorge hemmed in by steep banks.

    Sentier de la Forêt Marine
    Access: 305, rue de l’Église, Les Éboulements (Saint-Joseph-de-la-Rive)
    Free access
    Total lenght : 1,3 km
    Difficulty : Easy
    Access period : all year round
    Pets allowed

  • The trail begins at the Papeterie Saint-Gilles, near the Musée maritime de Charlevoix, and gets to a marine forest located in Saint-Joseph-de-la-Rive. It then leads to several points of view on the St. Lawrence River, Isle-aux-Coudres, the South Shore, waterfalls and a dam built in 1928. The trail winds near the Rivière Boudreault which in places, becomes a deep gorge hemmed in by steep banks.

    Sentier de la Forêt Marine
    Access: 305, rue de l’Église, Les Éboulements (Saint-Joseph-de-la-Rive)
    Free access
    Total lenght : 1,3 km
    Difficulty : Easy
    Access period : all year round
    Pets allowed

Affaires

  • Type de lieu Activités et attraits
  • Destinations à proximité Charlevoix, Québec
  • Clientèle desservie Group
  • Marie-Hélène Thivierge

Espaces de réunion

  • Superficie 1610 pi2 149,57 m2
    Dimensions 37 pi x 43 pi 11,28 m x 13,11 m
    Hauteur du plafond 10 pi 3,05 m
    Capacité par configuration
    Banquet 200  
    Cocktail -  
    Théâtre 200  
    Classe -  
    U-shape -  
    Board -  
  • Superficie 1254 pi2 116,50 m2
    Dimensions 33 pi x 38 pi 10,06 m x 11,58 m
    Hauteur du plafond 8 pi 2,44 m
    Capacité par configuration
    Banquet 100  
    Cocktail -  
    Théâtre 100  
    Classe -  
    U-shape -  
    Board -  
  • Superficie 270 pi2 25,08 m2
    Dimensions 18 pi x 15 pi 5,49 m x 4,57 m
    Hauteur du plafond 15 pi 4,57 m
    Capacité par configuration
    Banquet 14  
    Cocktail -  
    Théâtre -  
    Classe -  
    U-shape -  
    Board 14  
  • Superficie 414 pi2 38,46 m2
    Dimensions 18 pi x 23 pi 5,49 m x 7,01 m
    Hauteur du plafond 15 pi 4,57 m
    Capacité par configuration
    Banquet 20  
    Cocktail -  
    Théâtre -  
    Classe -  
    U-shape -  
    Board 20  

Activités

  • The Museum’s permanent exhibit relates the maritime history of the Charlevoix region. Visitors are immersed in the fascinating world of the old wooden schooners and the many activities surrounding them. A self-guided path includes rest stations and multiple attractions, including the indoor exhibit, sawmill, store, workshop, hoist, and slipway, as well tours of the schooners and the tugboat Félicia. It’s a unique opportunity to explore the history of maritime navigation and learn about the important role schooners played in Quebec’s economic development.

  • The trail begins at the Papeterie Saint-Gilles, near the Musée maritime de Charlevoix, and gets to a marine forest located in Saint-Joseph-de-la-Rive. It then leads to several points of view on the St. Lawrence River, Isle-aux-Coudres, the South Shore, waterfalls and a dam built in 1928. The trail winds near the Rivière Boudreault which in places, becomes a deep gorge hemmed in by steep banks.

    Sentier de la Forêt Marine
    Access: 305, rue de l’Église, Les Éboulements (Saint-Joseph-de-la-Rive)
    Free access
    Total lenght : 1,3 km
    Difficulty : Easy
    Access period : all year round
    Pets allowed

  • The trail begins at the Papeterie Saint-Gilles, near the Musée maritime de Charlevoix, and gets to a marine forest located in Saint-Joseph-de-la-Rive. It then leads to several points of view on the St. Lawrence River, Isle-aux-Coudres, the South Shore, waterfalls and a dam built in 1928. The trail winds near the Rivière Boudreault which in places, becomes a deep gorge hemmed in by steep banks.

    Sentier de la Forêt Marine
    Access: 305, rue de l’Église, Les Éboulements (Saint-Joseph-de-la-Rive)
    Free access
    Total lenght : 1,3 km
    Difficulty : Easy
    Access period : all year round
    Pets allowed

Avis des visiteurs

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  • Top notch

    5 sur 5 étoiles Avis écrit le 2018-09-15
    QR8R

    We were thoroughly impressed with the exhibits. We learned a lot about boat building, and boats on the St Lawrence River. The children loved the trails, the maze and climbing on the boats. Friendly...

    Lire la suite de l'avis Top notch
  • Quite a surprise

    4 sur 5 étoiles Avis écrit le 2018-09-02
    RC30319, Georgia

    We stumbled upon this place by accident during a days drive along the coast. Kind of out in the middle of nowhere. I didn't have very high expectations but it was a good time to stop so we did. I...

    Lire la suite de l'avis Quite a surprise
  • Terrific museum with lots to see and explore

    5 sur 5 étoiles Avis écrit le 2018-08-13
    dms666, Ottawa, Canada

    My wife and I visited in August 2018. What a pleasant surprise this museum was. In fact, it was one of the highlights of our trip through Charlevoix and Saguenay! The museum, in French and English...

    Lire la suite de l'avis Terrific museum with lots to see and explore

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Coordonnées

305, rue de l'Église
Saint-Joseph-de-la-Rive (QC)  G0A 3Y0

  418 635-1131
  info@museemaritime.com

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Du 11 May au 8 October

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