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Gaspésie, Museum / interpretation centre / historic site

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Chandler (Region: Gaspésie)
The interpretive centre displays the lifestyle of fishermen and seigneurs in the 18th century in New France. The permanent exhibition contains remnants collected during archaeological More
Category: Museum / historic site  Partially accessible for the physically disabled     

Sainte-Flavie (Region: Gaspésie)
A museum devoted to the memory of New France and the First Nations, with over 700 exceptional pieces, some of them of major historical importance, and many unusual Amerindian artef More
Category: Museum / historic site     

Québec City (Region: Québec City and Area, Montréal, Bas-Saint-Laurent, Eastern Townships, Centre-du-Québec, Charlevoix and others)
An ECONOMUSEUM is an artisan-owned business operating in the field of crafts or agri-food that opens its doors to the public. Visitors learn about the history of the craft and its production More
Category: Organization (Museum / historic site)     

Causapscal (Region: Gaspésie)
Joseph Frenette (1866-1953) worked in Causapscal as a rural doctor, a profession that no longer exists today. Objects, texts, photographs and multimedia presentations provide an overview More
Category: Museum / historic site     

Escuminac (Region: Gaspésie)
From a simple seaside goat barn to a dream come true! Located in the Gaspésie region, this company offers you products made from fresh goat's milk. Drop by to learn about its manufacturing More
Category: Museum / historic site     

Paspébiac (Region: Gaspésie)
This historical site groups together 11 buildings representing an exceptional architectural value. Dating from the 18th and 19th centuries, it remains a living witness to the founding More
Category: Museum / historic site  Partially accessible for the physically disabled     

Matane (Region: Gaspésie)
Matane was the first post on the south shore of the St. Lawrence River where fur was traded with the Europeans. Starting in the 16th century, Aboriginals came to meet ships and trade More
Category: Museum / historic site     

Gaspé (L'Anse-à-Valleau) (Region: Gaspésie)
Rising majestically and keeping watch over the river, the lighthouse stands tall in Pointe-à-la-Renommée's history. Marconi also chose to install North America's first marine radio More
Category: Museum / historic site     

Sayabec (Region: Gaspésie)
Visitors are sure to appreciate the architecture of this beautifully preserved heritage train station built in 1912. Looking back to the 1920s, they will better understand the important More
Category: Museum / historic site     
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