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The museum's permanent exhibition takes visitors on a voyage across the Pekuakamiulnatsh's 6000 years of history. Stroll through the vibrant and dynamic surroundings of this age-old culture and listen to the wisdom-filled voices from yesteryear. Discover the territory's richness by visiting the Nutshimatsh external garden. The craft shop also offers uique items inspired by Aboriginal culture. 

Open: 

-1 May to 28 September: daily from 10 am to 6 pm
-29 September to 20 October: every day from 10 am to 6 pm
-21 October to 10 June 2018: closed for renovation


418 275-4842
1 888 875-4842
info@cultureilnu.ca
http://www.cultureilnu.ca
1787, rue Amishk (Mashteuiatsh) G0W 2H0
Musée Amérindien de Mastheuiatsh

Musée Amérindien de Mastheuiatsh

418 275-4842
1 888 875-4842
info@cultureilnu.ca
www.cultureilnu.ca
1787, rue Amishk (Mashteuiatsh) G0W 2H0
86 persons are interested in this activity
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A Tribute to First Nations in Québec

The Musée amérindien de Mashteuiatsh pays tribute to the rich history and traditions of the Pekuakamiulnuatsh people (Montagnais from lac Saint-Jean). Through various permanent and temporary exhibits, a documentation centre and authentic craft shops, the Musée amérindien de Mashteuiatsh allows visitors to explore a unique cultural heritage and witness the richness of a rapidly evolving culture. Through new outdoor plant life interpretive site, explore a lifestyle closely connected with the land (Nitassinan). Interact with our tour guides and Ilnuatsh artisans, and ask about entertainment during the evening.

Admission (taxes included)
Adult: $10
Senior or student: $8.50
Child (6-12): $6 (5 or - : Free)
Family (2 adults + 3 children or 2 students): $28

Average duration: 2 hrs.