Girouxville Museum is on Main St. (Hwy. 49). More than 6,000 artifacts tell the story of the indigenous people, devout missionaries and rugged pioneers who lived here. The museum also displays mounted birds and fur-bearing animals (the most famous being a five-legged squirrel) and the works of local artists Leon Tremblay and Alfred Gaboury.
Transportation Means of Yesterday includes sleighs, an antique snowmobile, a birch bark canoe, a 1927 Chevrolet truck and various other historic vehicles and machinery.