The Musée du Bas-Saint-Laurent, in the heart of Rivière-du-Loup, brings regional history and contemporary art to life – within and beyond its walls, to the delight of visitors. Every year, the museum presents about 10 contemporary art shows, along with a permanent exhibit on the history of the region. Bonus: an impressive collection of vintage photos and an exceptional public art circuit.
- Cyberphotos make our history available to all. Explore the museum’s photography collection, which tells the story of nearly a century. More than 125,000 photos are available online at www.cyber-photos.ca.
- Rivière-du-Loup is becoming a real open-air museum, thanks to the Desjardins Circuit Publiqu'Art, which includes more than 40 monumental sculptures of national interest. Art-lovers and outdoor enthusiasts alike will love it!
- Dive into the ambiance of seaside holidays of old through the Aller aux eaux salées virtual exhibition. You’re invited to stroll along the banks of the river, explore the era of the Industrial Revolution and the romantic Victoria period, and meet the urban bourgeoisie relaxing at a resort in the Lower St. Lawrence.
300 rue Saint-Pierre
Rivière-du-Loup (Quebec) | G5R 3V3
T 418 862-7547