Our current exhibitions

permanent exhibition
Where Worlds Meet

The Gaspé Peninsula is often referred to as “the end of the land”. But the Gaspé Peninsula has long been connected to the outside world. The sea is what links all these separate parts, all these small and large “land’s ends”. Where Worlds Meet, let the Gaspesie carry you away.

Permanent exhibition - June to October
The Deep Blue Sea
The deep blue sea is the history of the Gaspé told through fifteen sailing vessels, from the drakkars of the Vikings to the seafaring canoes of the Mi’gmaq to Gaspésiennes. It is also the life journey of people of the sea: cod fishers, whalers and captains.
Permanent exhibition - June to October
Gaspésienne no 20
The Gaspésienne no 20 is an authentic 60-foot cod fishing boat, installed on the site of the Musée de la Gaspésie and restored by the community. The visitor will be able to climb aboard and put himself in the shoes of the cod fishermen of the time. A unique experience!
Virtual reality
Take To The Sea
Have a seat, make yourself comfortable and literally step back into the past. The film, Gaspésienne no 20, is an immersive journey and a unique experience featuring innovative technology! 
Temporary exhibition
Madame Bolduc Roadshow

After a successful tour of Ontario and Quebec, this exhibition returns to Gaspé to celebrate Madame Bolduc's 130th birthday.

Permanent digital installation
Living Portraits
No, you’re not dreaming. The person inside the picture frame is actually moving… and talking to you… and even shifting from one picture frame to the next. It’s just like in Harry Potter! Jacques Cartier, Charles Robin, John Le Boutillier, Marguerite Bujold and Pierre Nadon: they’ve all gotten together to tell you their stories, with a touch of humour, as part of a unique, astonishing and enriching visit.
Outdoor site
Discover the outdoor site!