Musée de la Boucanière (Smokehouse Museum)

Interior of the Musée de la Boucanière (Smokehouse Museum)

During the past century, the smoke fish industry has grown enormously in our region. Over the years, smokehouse operators have developed new techniques that enabled them to process fish on a commercial level.

Today, there are still 24 Smokehouses in the Cap-Pelé area. This is why Cap-Pelé is also known as the ‘‘Land of Smokehouses”. Over 95% of Canada’s smoked herring production comes from Cap-Pelé and is exported, from the Halifax Harbor, to Haïti and Dominican Republic.

To find out more information on the Smokehouse Industry, visit the Smokehouse Museum, located in the Visitors Information Center and/or join the Cap-Pelé Guided  Tour,  “TOURACAPELÉ”  and visit one of the region’s smokehouse… a real one!

Dont forget to check out the Smokehouse Museum on Facebook.

Notes: Open:
June 3rd -June 30th- 9am to 5pm
July 1st - August 20th - 9am to 8pm
August 21st- September 16th- 9am to 5pm

For guided tours around Cap-Pelé please call the tourist information centre at 577-2017
Tours: Tuesday, Wednesday (bilingual) & Thursday from 9am to 12pm (noon) July & August
Departure and tickets: Tourist Information Centre
Cost for tours: $10/adults and $5/students
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
9h - 20h 9h - 20h 9h - 20h 9h - 20h 9h - 20h 9h - 20h 9h - 20h

2463, chemin Acadie, Cap-Pelé, NB, E4N 1B5

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