The Pulpmill of Chicoutimi Regional Museum and Historical Site

300 rue Dubuc
Chicoutimi, QC G7J 4M1- Map It
(418) 698-3100
Save 25% on the regular admission fee.

AAA Editor Notes

The Pulpmill of Chicoutimi Regional Museum and Historical Site (La Pulperie de Chicoutimi lieu historique et musée) is 1 km (.6 mi.) s.w. of Pont Dubuc, following signs to 300 rue Dubuc. On the grounds are the remains of the Chicoutimi Pulp Co., founded in 1896, a regional museum and two restored stone buildings of architectural distinction. Also here is the former home of noted folk artist Arthur Villeneuve, who began his career by painting his house with scenes of his life and regional history. The interpretive center offers interactive displays dealing with history. Guided tours are available; reservations are required for narration in English. Self-guiding audio tours are available for a fee. Guided tours are available. Picnicking is permitted. Time: Allow 2 hours minimum.
Grounds free. Museum $14.50; $12 (ages 65+); $9 (students with ID); $6.50 (ages 5-17); $35 (family, two adults and two children, $2 for each additional child); $30 (family, two adults and one child). Prices may vary.
AAA Benefit:
Members receive 25% discount on the regular admission fee for an individual or family visit.
Hours: Historic site and museum daily 9-6, mid-June through Labour Day; museum only Wed.-Sun. 10-4, rest of year. Closed Jan. 1, Christmas Eve, Christmas and Dec. 31. Last admission 1 hour before closing, June 18-Labour Day. Phone ahead to confirm schedule.