La Pulperie de Chicoutimi, Chicoutimi

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Specialty Museum
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  • This museum is suitable for all, child, parents, alone, as a couple. It is very interesting and highly interactive (fitting hockey habit, speech audio, visit virtual etc). It passes easily 2 to 3 hours without ever getting bored, this place is very interesting in winter as in summer, since summer, the pulperie offers to visit the gardens behind the Museum. You really learn a lot of things and on many universes. To visit absolutely!
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  • We went there for the Easter hunt- the children had so much fun. Very well thought of and I lost my husband to reading the very interesting history of the papermill.  more »
  • My main goal was to see the house that is housed inside the museum but learned so much more. I'm sorry I wasn't able to spend more time there.  more »
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  • Interesting Museum indoors with periodic exhibitions. But outside the market in the pulperie hearkens back far into the past. A nice place to visit.
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  • This museum tells the industrial past of Chicoutimi. Shame, to the digital playground that it lacks content inter - assets.
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  • Interesting to see the history of Chicoutimi, the pulp, as well as the House of Arthur Villeneuve. Make a small detour if you pass by there.
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  • Very beautiful historic places. Beautiful stroll to take. Museum with fixed exhibition with passage.
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