Les Épaves de la Baie de St-Simon

The exterior of the Les Épaves de la Baie de Saint-Simon .

Les Épaves de la Baie de Saint-Simon Inc. is an organization that has a heritage and cultural interpretation center at 48 LeBouthillier Road in St-Simon, N.B.

The center has four themes;

1.Exhibition of fossils dating from the Pennsylvanian period (between 300 and 311 million years ago) from the region. More than 400 fossils of which 150 are on permanent display.

2.The history of the Captain Antoine Charles-Denys de Saint-Simon, French naval officer, who sunk his ship in the Bay of St-Simon in 1760 and his illustrious military career. History recounts that the last paragraph of the military battle between France and England occurred in St-Simon. A rich history and legends little known by the public. There are artifacts from Nova Scotia and the Bay of St-Simon.

3.The Museum of Antique Limoges Porcelain is unique in Canada in both number and quality. There are more than 400 pieces of which 200 are on permanent display.

4.The Art Gallery and Boutique contains the works of art of professional and emerging artists’ from the region.

Notes: Opening season is from June 18th to September 17th

Price of admission: $7 Adult, $5 Student & Seniors, and free for kids aged 10 years or younger
Special pricing for family or group (call center for more information)

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
10am-6pm 10am-6pm 10am-6pm 10am-6pm 10am-6pm 10am-6pm 10am-6pm

48 Chemin LeBouthillier, St-Simon, NB

506-602-0119 (hors saison: 506-727-2371)
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