Pierre de Chauvin de Tonnetuit established Canada's first fur trading post in Tadoussac in 1600. Today's replica offers you the opportunity to relive the trading that occurred here between First Nations people and Europeans.
Late May to late October
ScheduleJune 24 to September 1: daily, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. May 26 to June 24 and September 2 to October 27: Sunday to Thursday, 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Cost$6/adult, $4/senior, $3/student, free for children under 7
ReservationsRequired for groups only
Established in 1600 by Pierre de Chauvin de Tonnetuit, the Tadoussac trading post bore witness the birth of New France. First Nations people and Europeans traded goods here. Come and discover a slice of our history!
Established in 1600 by Pierre de Chauvin de Tonnetuit, the Tadoussac trading post bore witness to the birth of New France. Here, First Nations people and Europeans not only traded goods, but they also shared knowledge and values.
How to get there
From Route 138, head towards the village of Tadoussac on Rue des Pionniers (or Rue des Forgerons and then Rue des Pionniers) and then turn right on Rue du Bord-de-l’Eau. The trading post is on your right, after Hôtel Tadoussac.
Affiliations and distinctions
- Tourisme Côte-Nord
- Québec Museums Association (SMQ)