Students discover the lives of Aboriginal people and French Canadians by visiting the permanent exhibition and meeting an archaeologist. They will observe, manipulate and analyze a large number of reconstructed Aboriginal objects and compare them with authentic objects used by French Canadians. They will learn more about trades between the two nations.

Duration & Cost

2 hours
1 hour visit + 1 hour meeting with archaeologist*

$ 5.75/student
Free for chaperones


Age groupsElementary 2nd and 3rd cycle

Capacity: Maximum 60 students

Lunch: Tables are available for dinner or, if weather permitting, there is a grassed area in front of the museum.

Enquiries & Booking

Mireille Lacombe
514 747-7367, ext. 7203
Online booking

Additional Workshop

Iroquoian Pottery

A one-hour Iroquoian pottery workshop is offered in addition to $ 3.00/student.

*The archaeologist is not always available. The workshop can substitute its presence.