Here you’ll find the information you need to plan your visit in just a few clicks. Find out more about the different exhibits available, our schedule, site accessibility and so much more!


Find out our hours of operation during the year


Spring 2022 Summer 2022 Fall 2022
Period From January 12 to June 11, 2022 From June 14 to September 17, 2022 From September 18 to December 23, 2022
Hours of operation Wednesday to Saturday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. 7 days a week from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday to Saturday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m



Free visit to the museum on the 1st Sunday of each month!

There is no admission fee to the Musée Amérindien for Quebec residents on the first Sunday of the month.


Discover our rates, packages and deals.

Regular admission (Taxes included)

Age category Price
Adult (18 to 65 years) $14
Senior (65 years and over) $13
Student(18 years and over) $12
Youth(5 to 17 years) $10
Child(4 years or under) Free
Family(2 adults and 2 children from 5 to 17years $43

Rates for the artisan workshops (Taxes included)

Rates for the artisan workshops (Taxes included) $14


General regulations

Taking photos

The only photographs authorized inside the Museum are: General views, selfies and family portraits.

All photos are authorized for the outdoor site.

We are counting on your collaboration to comply with the photo restrictions that apply to the works and objects exhibited in the rooms.


Backpacks are not permitted inside the galleries. We ask that you leave it in the coatroom or in your vehicle. A few padlocks are available at the reception if you would like to leave your personal belongings locked during your visit.

Food and drinks

It’s prohibited to drink or eat in the exhibit galleries. When using our outdoor dining area. We ask that you collect all trash and dispose of it in the garbage bins for this purpose.



A coatroom is available for the Museum’s visitors. You can place your personal belongings there on hangers or in open boxes. Lockers with padlocks are also available on request.


WiFi is offered free of charge to the Museum patrons. Ask the password at reception.

Dining area

Picnic tables are available outdoors behind the Museum. A microwave is available on request.

Accessibility for people with reduced mobility

Accessible areas:

  • Ticketing
  • Shop
  • Bathrooms
  • Exhibit galleries

Partially accessible areas:

  • Outdoor site


Located in proximity to the Véloroute des Bleuets, a visit to our establishment is a well-deserved break along your journey.

Consult the Véloroutes des Bleuets routes:

Services and facilities

Bike racks

Bike racks are available in the parking lot in front of the Musée Amérindien.


Coatrooms and lockers

A coatroom is also available inside to store your personal belongings. You can store them in open boxes and on hangers, as well as in lockers with padlocks. If you don’t have your own, a few padlocks are available on request from our reception staff.