Visitor safety measures
- In accordance with the Public Health issued recommendations, the Mashteuiatsh Musée Amérindien has implemented measures to ensure visitor safety.
- Reservations are not required for your family outing to the museum.
- However, you do have the option of buying your tickets online on our website.
- Groups of 10 or more must reserve their visit to ensure that services will be available 48 hours in advance by writing to the following address: email@example.com.
- The vaccine passport is not currently required to visit the Museum’s exhibits.
- If you present symptoms of fever, cough, fatigue, headaches or loss of sense of smell, please delay your visit to a later date.
- Electronic devices and documents are available for viewing. They are disinfected twice daily.
During your visit
- It’s mandatory to disinfect your hands when entering or leaving the Museum. Disinfecting stations are available at the exhibit gallery entrances.
- Visitors must wear a face mask (adults and children 10 years and older);
- For children from 2 to 9 years, wearing a face mask is recommended. It is not recommended for infants under 2 years.
- Keep a distance of at least 2 meters from the other visitors and the Museum staff.
- The number of visitors in each exhibit gallery and the shop is limited to ensure that the required physical distance is respected.
- Visitors must follow the pre-determined direction during their visit.
Staff safety measures
- Employees at the reception and the hosts have received training to properly apply the safety measures to better guide the visitors during their experience at the museum.
- The reception and host employees wear a mask or visor approved by the CNESST.
- Work zones and public areas are subject to increased cleaning procedures.
Do you have questions about your situation before your visit? You can contact us during business hours by calling the following number: 418-275-4842 ext. 107 or by email by writing to the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org.