Vieux-Poste de Sept-Îles (Old Trading Post)

Rue Shimun (via Boulevard des Montagnais)
Sept-Îles (Quebec) Canada
G4R 1X7

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The Old Trading Post is a historical interpretation site that presents daily life in a 19th-century fur-trading post. It offers a surprising experience based on the meeting of the Innu and Euro-Canadian cultures over time.

Opening dates

June 25 to late August


Monday, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday to Sunday, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.


$12/adult, $10/student or senior (upon presentation of ID card, must be 60+), $10/person in a group of 10 or more, free for children under 13 if accompanied by an adult

Payment methods

  • Cash  Cash

Activities available

Interpretation Sites
The Old Trading Post is a historical interpretation site where guides in period costume welcome you at the trading counter and Innu encampment and explain the challenges of the fur trade, a vital part of Québec history.
Indigenous Heritage
Located in a traditional summer gathering place, the reconstructed encampment invites you to discover Innu culture, way of life and traditional know-how. Enjoy learning more about this culture!


  • No pets allowed
  • Boutique
  • Conference/meeting room
  • Free parking

How to get there

The Old Trading Post is at the end of Rue Shimum, via Boulevard des Montagnais.

Affiliations and distinctions


  • Tourisme Côte-Nord

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