Musée un peuple de la mer

“A People of the Sea” exhibit at St-Peter's-by-the-Sea church building represents more than 120 Magdalen Islanders, both Anglophone and Francophone, who have perished by the waters, including shipwrecks. Free tour.

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866, road Principal
Grosse-Île, G4T 6B7
(Quebec, Canada)

Phone : 418 985-2116 #7 Phone : 418 985-2116 #7

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General information

Managers Jonathan Patton
Island Grosse Île Island
Nearest Beach Grande Échouerie Beach
Distance from the beach 1 km
We speak Français, English
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  • Non-Smoking

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    Musées de la petite école rouge et des vétérans

    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 : $8, 50 years old and older: $7, 11 years old and under: free.


Dates and opening hours

  • Open year round

    08:00 à 21:00