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Schedules and Fees

When can I visit the Museum?

The Musée maritime du Québec is accessible year round.

Schedules and Opening Hours

  • From March 1 to April 30 2023 : from Thursday to Sunday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. *
  • From May 1 to May 31 2023 : from Thursday to Sunday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. *
  • From June 1 to June 23 2023 : every day, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
  • From June 24 to the day before Labour Day : every day, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
  • From Labour Day to Thanksgiving : from Wednesday to Friday, 10 a.m. to 4.5 p.m. Week-end, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
  • From the day after Thanksgiving to the first Sunday of December : from Thursday to Sunday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. *

  • CLOSED from the first Monday of December 5 2023 to March 1 2024, but opened upon reservation for groups. *

** Watercraft are closed in low season.

What are the fees?

Below is the fee schedule of the Musée maritime du Québec. However, if you enjoy visiting the museum a few times a year, opt for a membership and take advantage of all the free annual cultural activities offered to members.


Thanks to Quebec’s Partout, la culture cultural policy, visitors have free access to the Museum’s indoor exhibition halls, ship museums and ship model reserve the first Sunday of each month.

Rates tax included, service charges extraHIGH SEASONLOW SEASON *
Adult$ 21$ 13,25
Age 65 and older, upon presentation of an identity card
$ 17,50$ 12,25
Child aged 6 to 17$ 13$ 8,25
Child aged up to 5FREEFREE
Aged 18 to 30, upon presentation of a student card
$ 16,50$ 11,25
2 adults and 2 children aged 6 to 17
$ 56 $ 34,75
15+ people, reservation 24 h in advance
Upon requestUpon request
* Boats are closed in low season.


  • All taxes
  • A visit to two exceptional watercraft
  • Guided tour of the Bras d’or 400 hydrofoil, booking required.
  • The Ernest Lapointe digital self-guided tour
  • L’Équipé podcast tour of the riverfront park
  • The riverfront park and its open-air exhibition
  • An exceptional view of the river
  • A picnic area
  • Les défis d‘Aputi (Aputi’s challenges) activity
  • L’énigme des Duhamel (Duhamel enigma) competition
  • The augmented reality work ESPACEment by the artist JSV art
  • Access to mediators to answer questions at any time
  • Guided tour of the scale models, booking required
  • The four indoor exhibitions
  • Maritime workshop of the day, if available
  • Access to free play area for toddlers
  • Parking
  • A water bottle refill, whenever you like
  • Memorable family moments

With the Kéroul Accompanying Leisure Card, the person visiting the Museum with a teenager aged 12 or older has free access.

No refund or exchange coupon will be issued.
Payment by Interac, MasterCard or Visa

Group Fees

A reduced fee is offered to groups of 15 people minimum. To benefit from this group fee, contact us 24 hours in advance. We reserve the right to invoice a reservation if it is cancelled within 24 hours.

No other form of promotion or discount applies to group fees.

School Group Fees

The Musée maritime du Québec has a custom fee schedule for school groups of every level. In addition, certain expenses incurred during your visit are eligible for financial support through Quebec’s La culture à l’école program. Obtain more information to this effect from your school board or your regional branch of the Ministère de la Culture et des Communications.