The Madawaska Historical Museum’s mission is to conserve and present the cultural and historical heritage of Madawaska. It has a collection of over 3000 artifacts relating to the live and the evolution of the community and a permanent exhibit that traces that major stages of Madawaska’s history. Two rooms are devoted to temporary exhibitions: the heritage room which presents two to three exhibits a year and the Colline Gallery that is devoted to programming and the presentation of contemporary art.
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June 1 to August 1 – Tuesday to Friday (10AM – 5PM) / Saturday & Sunday (1PM -5PM) / Closed Monday
165, boulevard Hébert Edmundston (N.-B.) E3V 2S8