Before our industrial era, everyday objects depended on the talent and ingenuity of our masters and craftsmen. Often anonymous, this knowledge passed down from generation to generation has left us, over time, a magnificent heritage. The Musée des maîtres et artisans du Québec transports its visitors into this forgotten universe and presents the tools, furniture, textiles, ceramics, goldsmithery, tinsmithing, statues, which made the daily life of French Canadians in the 17th, 18th, 19th and 20th centuries.

Duration & Cost

1:30 hours of visit

General admission fees
Free for chaperones

Maximum 40 people

Enquiries & Booking

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