Musée historique de l'Île d'Entrée

Isolated from the main archipelago, Entry Island is known as a “Pearl in the Heart of the Gulf.” The Entry Island Heritage Museum offers a truly unique glimpse into the Island's past through its exhibits of farming and fishing equipment, veterans' memorabilia, photographs, household objects and stories of long ago. No trip to Entry is complete without a visit to the Museum!



Route Principale
Île d'Entrée, G4T 1Z1
(Quebec, Canada)

Phone : 418 986-6622Phone : 418 986-6622Phone : 418 985-2116Phone : 418 985-2116

Site de l'entreprise

General information

Island Entrée Island
We speak Français, English
Additional Information
  • Non-Smoking
Payment methods accepted

Partner establishments

  • La Petite École rouge
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    La Petite École rouge

    Come and discover a place where time seems to stand still. The Little Red School House is part of CAMI's Historical Heritage Complex, and is nestled in the small village of Old Harry within the Municipality of Grosse Ile. The Little Red Schoolhouse is a reminder of simpler times where students gathered into a one room schoolhouse to learn their daily lessons. At the Little Red Schoolhouse one can visualize the old classroom with the aid of the existing hardwood floor, chalkboard, and two original desks. Over the years the museum's collection has grown and evolved to include old photographs, stories, and artifacts that help depict days gone by. These items will bring you back in time and give you an inside view of the English speaking community and their way life. Rates : Entrance for two museums (Veteran museum and the Little Red School House) : Adult : $5, 50 years old and older: $5, 11 years old and under: free.

  • Musée des Vétérans
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    Musée des Vétérans

    CAMI's Veteran Museum, located at CAMI's Historical Heritage Complex, pays tribute to Islanders, both Anglophone and Francophone who served in WWI, WWII and the Korean War. The museum houses a large collection of photographs and artifacts such as equipment, uniforms, letters, diary entries and medals. Come pay tribute to the brave men and women who sacrificed themselves for the greater good of their country, whose experiences tested their character and challenged them in ways that the younger generations could never imagine. Experience a tour like no other using our new audio and visual technology that portrays individual and collective stories, as told by local veterans after returning from WWII. The Memorial Park, next to the museum, honours the lives of the 23 Magdalen Islanders who paid the ultimate sacrifice during WWII. Rates : Entrance for two museums (Veteran museum and the Little Red School House) : Adult : $5, 50 years old and older: $5, 11 years old and under: free.


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