Plan your visit
13 to 17 years old
12 years old and younger
The first sunday of each month
$7/person and free for the guide and the driver
No additional cost for the commented or audioguided visit. Taxes are included in the rates.
Everyday from 9:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. from early June to mid-October
Everyday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. from early June to mid-October
The 3 types of visits interpreting local maritime history
Guided tour of 45 to 60 minutes on the rowboat shop and the Shipyard
Accompanied by one of our passionate interpreter-guides, you will explore the site while discovering the history of the Shipyard of Saint-Laurent, shipbuilding in the 20th century as well as the artisanal construction of wooden rowboats with the visit of our 1837 rowboat shop. No reservations required.
Audio-guided tour of 35 to 45 minutes of worker testimonials throughout the site
Thanks to our audio guide, immerse yourself in the life of the islanders and the workers of the Shipyard who have several anecdotes to tell you! You will walk through the site to hear different testimonies recounting life in Saint-Laurent when the Shipyard was in operation between 1908 and 1967.
Autonomous visit of 30 to 40 minutes with interpretation panels and our availability for your questions
You can also make your visit to the maritime Park independently by reading the many interpretation panels on the site and by coming to ask us questions about shipbuilding and life at that time. We will be happy to answer you.
Groups (adults and children)
Payment terms :
The amount invoiced will correspond to the number of visitors confirmed at least 10 days before the scheduled date of the visit. Everything will be payable by check, credit card or cash on the day of your visit.
Cancellation policy :
Full payment will be due if the cancellation occurs less than 2 days prior to the visit.
Services available on the site
Our museum institution offers free parking, toilets, a picnic area on the site, a bike rack and we sell beverages and snacks.
Our institution has Kéroul certification, except for the Forest of rails, for accessibility to people with reduced mobility.
Pets are accepted in the buildings and on the outdoor site as long as they are kept on a leash.