Micmac Interpretation Site of Gespeg

783, boulevard Pointe-Navarre
Gaspé (Quebec) Canada
G4X 6V2
Phone:
+418-368-7449
Phone (2):
+418-368-6005 (off season)
Fax:
+418-368-1272
Toll free:
+1-866-870-6005 (Canada only)
Email:
micmac@globetrotter.net

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Come and enjoy a Mi’gmaq experience in Gaspé. Located on a headland on the north side of Gaspé Bay, at the foot of the mountain and near the forest, the Micmac Interpretation Site of Gespeg will introduce you to the Mi’gmaq Nation from yesterday to today. Learn about the Mi’gmaq occupation of the territory of Gaspésie as well as the history and culture of this people.

Explore the Mi’gmaq world in the interpretation centre and gift shop as well as in the faithful reconstruction of a 17th-century traditional village and summer camp.

Enjoy a unique experience on Mi’gmaq lands with interpreter guides and artisans who are members of the Mi’gmaq Nation.

This is a golden opportunity to gain a greater appreciation for our traditional skills and our contributions to the Gaspé community.


Opening dates

June 19 to October 4


Schedule

June 19 to August 30: daily, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. August 31 to October 4: daily from 10:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Guided tours (1h45) and permanent exhibit.

Cost

$10/adult, $8.50/senior (65+), $7.50/student (with ID card), $7/child (6 to 15), $28/family (2 adults, 2 children), free for children under 6, $8/person for groups (10+). Customized group packages available upon request.

Reservations

Recommended for groups

Activities available

Interpretation Sites
The Micmac Interpretation Site of Gespeg invites you to relive the era during which the Mi’gmaq established permanent settlements in Gaspé Bay. A reconstruction of a traditional village will help you understand their way of life and customs.
Maritime Heritage
The Micmac Interpretation Site of Gespeg invites you to relive the era during which the Mi’gmaq established permanent settlements in Gaspé Bay. A reconstruction of a traditional village will help you understand their way of life and customs.
Aboriginal Heritage
The Micmac Interpretation Site of Gespeg invites you to relive the era during which the Mi’gmaq established permanent settlements in Gaspé Bay. A reconstruction of a traditional village will help you understand their way of life and customs.
Arts and Crafts
Stop in the gift shop to purchase Mi’gmaq souvenirs made in the traditional way: necklaces, dream catchers, moccasins and more.


How to get there

Via Route 132, north of the village of Gaspé.


Affiliations and distinctions

Affiliations

  • Tourisme Gaspésie
  • Québec Aboriginal Tourism

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