The museum contains whale skeletons of various sizes, along with exhibits that describe the marine habitat of the St Laurence River and the characteristics of the marine mamamals that live/visit there, including whales, porposes and seals. There is a theater room where they show a good documentary film (15 min) about tagging and tracking whales. It is shown in English and in French at different times on the hour. The theater also has additional skeletons hanging from the ceiling and a knowlegeable guide/biologist explains the features of the skeletons. There is a reseach center upstairs. The entrance fee is somewhat expensive at $12 for adults but children under 18 are free.
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