In the heart of the village, the convent built in 1851 is home to the Musée régional de Kamouraska. With costumed guides by your side, explore three floors of history and learn about the traditional ways of life of fishermen, farmers, teachers – and of course, their pupils. Did you know that Kamouraska was one of the first resorts in North America? The permanent exhibit focuses on the era when the bourgeoisie came here to take the waters.
- Go back in time to when the St. Lawrence River was the main artery for development and communications. Transport yourself to the belle époque when schooners sailed the St. Lawrence as you learn all about the river, the islands, lighthouses and lightships.
- You’ll be totally charmed by the beautiful narrow streets as you explore the village of Kamouraska alongside characters from the 19th century. Discover our rich built heritage and our history.
69 avenue Morel
Kamouraska (Quebec) | G0L 1M0
T 418 492-9783