Shaputuan Museum

Uashat, Quebec

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The mission of the Shaputuan Museum of Uashat which opened in 1998, is to share Innu culture and to facilitate the dialogue between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people. This is achieved through intercultural exchanges and actions intended for young people, as well as Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal schools. The museum houses a permanent exhibit entitled “The Progress of the Seasons in Innu Territory”, which focuses on the traditional life of the Innu through the seasons, as well as around one hundred objects bearing witness to the past. The Innu Tshitshuk summer solstice, which takes place on June 21 is among its most popular activities.

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Shaputuan Museum

290, boul. des montagnais
Uashat, Quebec, G4R 5R2
418 962-4000, poste 225 vcrowe@cretourism.ca Visit Website

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Learn more about Shaputuan Museum by visiting them online:

Visit Website

Shaputuan Museum

290, boul. des montagnais
Uashat, Quebec, G4R 5R2
418 962-4000, poste 225 vcrowe@cretourism.ca Visit Website

Tripadvisor Traveler Rating

26 Reviews

Business Hours

Learn about diverse and living Indigenous cultures

Indigenous culture and heritage are as rich and diverse as the Canadian landscape. Despite years of oppression, Indigenous Peoples are proud to show visitors our vibrant, living history.

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