A terrific little museum. One of the three gallery spaces is devoted to a marvelous permanent exhibition called "Appartenances" ("Belonging") about the history and culture of Charlevoix. Included are photographs from the 1930s of beluga whale-hunting and frontierswomen skinning eels, artifacts from the Manoir Richelieu before its major fire in 1928, and folk art from the 1930s and 1940s.... more
The exhibits are very well presented. We enjoyed learning about the traditions of Quebec festivals and celebrations and seeing the very impressive folk art collection. There is a small gift shop, but no café. There is a terrace up top with good views of the bay.
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Musée de Charlevoix is an intriguing museum that archives the history and culture of Charlevoix through artifacts, photographs, folk-art, crafts and so on. Operational hours vary seasonally.