Musée Acadien de Caraquet

Acadian Museum of Caraquet

Located in the town of Caraquet, the Acadian Museum of Caraquet was founded in 1963. From its collection, other collections and the regional archives, the mission of the Acadien Museum of Caraquet  is to study and create awareness of the history and the culture of the inhabitants of the Acadien Peninsula.

Permanent exhibitions at the Acadian Museum of Caraquet includes “Traditional Acadian Fishing” as well as many temporary exhibitions about the history, heritage and culture of the people who have shaped this beautiful region.

And more information can be found on their website.

 

Notes: Open:
May, June, September, October (TBD) ­
Weekdays: 9am - 5pm

July & August:
Weekdays: 10am - 6pm, 10am - 8pm (from July 16th-August 13th)
Sunday: 1pm-6pm

Admission Fees
Adult: $3
Senior (60+): $2
Students: $1
Under 12: Free
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
10am-6pm/10h à 18h 10am-6pm/10h à 18h 10am-6pm/10h à 18h 10am-6pm/10h à 18h 10am-6pm/10h à 18h 10am-6pm/10h à 18h 1pm-6pm/13h à 18h

15, boul. St-Pierre Est Caraquet, NB E1W 1B6

(506) 726-2682
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