Extend your stay in Lac Saint-Jean. No matter if it’s for the numerous museums, the Véloroute des Bluets (blueberry bike trail) or the many foodie destinations, Lac Saint-Jean is overflowing with exciting experiences that will be sure to please.
The Native Cultural Heritage Foundation will hold its 2nd edition of country-themed casino night on November 4 at 6:30 p.m.
Tickets are available online or directly at the Musée amérindien de Mashteuiatsh at a cost of $50 per ticket.
Games of chance, door prizes and entertainment on site. Get out your hats and western boots for the occasion!
Restricted to people 18 and over.
In addition to the permanent exhibits, which emphasize the Pekuakamiulnuatsh culture, the Musée Amérindien welcomes four (4) temporary exhibits every year that are based on history, anthropology, archaeology, indigenous art, etc.
Since its opening in 1977, the Musée Amérindien has presented more than a hundred temporary exhibits on the themes of culture and arts from the First Nations of Quebec, Canada and the Americas.
Located behind the Musée Amérindien, the Nuhtshimitsh site, which means in the forest, offers the chance to discover the boreal forest. An interpreter-guide will share the knowledge and know-how from the Pekuakamiulnuatsh territory. Many activities take place from May to September every year.
The cultural activities program will open a world of discoveries on Ilnu arts and crafts, plus you’ll have the opportunity to discuss with our impassioned hosts. Offered year-round, you can explore all of our cultural activities: Informational workshops, tastings and presentations on various topics related to the Pekuakamiulnuatsh!
A new educational program is now available in connection with our permanent exhibit, Tshilanu Ilnuatsh, and the subjects covered in primary and secondary level courses. Contact us to find out more information on the activities available for your school!
Our team is composed of members from the Pekuakamiulnuatsh First Nation and we’re very happy to welcome you to the Mashteuiatsh Musée Amérindien. Tell them Kuei Kuei! It means hello in our mother tongue, Nehlueun. Visit the learning platform. Educational, informative and often entertaining, online courses will introduce you to a dynamic way of learning Nehlueun.