Photo: Lyne Fortin
- June to September: daily, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
- Off-season: Tuesday to Friday, 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. Open at all times for groups of 15 or more, by reservation.
- Adults: $5.50
- Seniors: $4.50
- Children and students: $3.50
- Children (ages 5 and under): Free
- Families (2 adults and 2 children): $15.00
- Group rates
To discover, see and do...
The Louis Hémon museum is located in the heart of Maria Chapdelaine country, halfway between the picturesque villages of Péribonka and Sainte-Monique-de-Honfleur. The vast historic site brings to life the moving events in the famous novel, Maria Chapdelaine. Visit the Samuel Bédard house and see where Hémon, an author from Brittany, lived in 1912. Follow in the footsteps of Maria Chapdelaine herself, with an exhibition on fact and fiction in the novel and a tour route leading to the village. Learn about Francophone culture through different temporary exhibitions. You’re bound to make all kinds of discoveries, and enjoy the walks, talks by guides, blueberry patch, picnic area and gift shop.
- Historic monument (Quebec)
Activities or attractions nearby
Auberge de l'île-du-Repos (inn)
Parc national de la Pointe-Taillon
Guided tours: French
- Sales counter
- Picnic area
- Customized activities (specific groups)
- Hours adapted to groups
- Room (space) rental
- Parking (buses)
Self-guided tours: 200 people
Guided tours: 90 people
Number of exhibitions: 2-4
Number of sites to visit: Contemporary pavilion, Samuel Bédard house, Maria Chapdelaine pavilion, Discovery tour in the footsteps of Maria Chapdelaine, Historical tour of Péribonka