The history of Quebec and Canada is intertwined with that of the Saint Lawrence River and its sailors. Naval Museum of Quebec ... More
Naval Museum of Quebec
The history of Quebec and Canada is intertwined with that of the Saint Lawrence River and its sailors. Naval Museum of Quebec aims to preserve the memory of the Canadian sailor's history from the beginning of the 20th century, during both war and peace. The museum offers several activities designed to demystify the life of the sailor and has a fascinating exhibit featuring little-known facts about Quebec's naval history, such as the presence of German submarines in the Saint Lawrence during WWII. Call to check for timings.
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