Quebec City is one of the best city in North America. Located near the basse-ville, this museum is very unique. Don’t forget to check it out the cafe as well. Recommended !
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There is so much to see in this museum. It explains the history of Quebec in great detail plus so many more great exhibits. You could easily spend a whole day in this museum and possibly not be able to see and read all there...More
This museum will enlighten you to the history of the First Nations, the Indians who originally occupied the areas of Canada and the upper US (at that time), their intelligence, communities, and systems devised to survive on the open land.
This museuem is very interesting and a joy on a rainy day. It provides interestes for the ages and allows the kid to in all of us to play while learning at the same time.
Brain exhibit and also the native people exhibition was great. We learned a lot. There was something for children as well. Nice exhibit about cats and dogs... We enjoyed it. Quebec city is very touristic and artificial in a way. This museum is a nice...More
When it's a cross between a children's amusement arcade, a modern art exhibit and not much else. The only thing of interest was a small temporary exhibit of model ships carved from bone and ivory. Not worth the entry fee.
I highly recommend visiting this museum while in Old Quebec City. With all the different exhibits to see there is definitely something for everyone to enjoy The Exhibit on the Aboriginals and the Brain exhibit were by far my favorite. but there are a lot...More
Very large building with a wide range of displays from Quebec history through exhibits on cartoons and the brain. The displays change frequently, so there's always something new to see. Be prepared to wait in a long line to buy tickets if you're there midday.