Centre d'histoire de Port-Cartier | Interpretation centre


45, boul. du Portage-des-Mousses,
Port-Cartier (Quebec)
G5B 1C3
Phone: 1 888 766-6944
No phone: 418 766-0077 (en été)
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Périodes d’activités :
Opening hours :

Average time: 2.Hours. Every day from  13  th of June to 3 th  September: 9 a.m. to 12 and 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. The Centre can be opened on request for school or organized groups.


Ottawa: 835 km
Montréal: 709 km
Québec: 481 km


The grather Interpretation Centre of the North-Shore has set up a fascinating comprehensive exhibit that takes visitors through the municipality's 100-year history, from the creation of the original town of Shelter Bay to today. The exibits shows also the history of old town of Gagnon and the actual town of Femon and the Mount -WRIGHT  Mining site and also the rairoads histories of the NORTH-SHORE Railways. Experienced guides transport you back in time to the era of the North Shore's large logging camps and mines and give you a peek into the everyday lives of the people who built the region. Film projection and a brand new section about people and traditions. 

Nearby activities

ò First Nations Indigenous Experience
î Guide service

Services and commodities

2 Full wheelchair accessibility
Wireless Internet