Museum and Canadian Malartic mine

Visit of Mineralogical Museum

Located in Malartic, the Abitibi-Témiscamingue Mineralogical Museum presents an exhibit on regional geology and mining projects as well as on minerals from around the world.

Guided tour of the Canadian Malartic Mine 

From June to September, Tuesday through Sunday, the Mineralogical Museum offers an opportunity to visit the facilities of the Canadian Malartic Mine, one of the largest open-pit gold mine currently in operation.

A unique opportunity in Quebec to visit an operating gold mine and to witness the lives of its workforce. This visit will allow you to learn more about the technological developments in the mining industry and you will be amazed by the size of the equipment used at the Canadian Malartic Mine.

Admission to the Mineralogy Museum is included in the cost of the ticket.

Reservations are mandatory: (819) 757-4677 or on line

Closed, flat-soled shoes required, 8 years of age and over and minimal size of 109 centimeters.


The Abitibi-Temiscamingue presents a geology and regional mining project exhibit as well as minerals from around the world.

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Three virtual exhibitions available.

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Gemstones or Not? Scientific Investigation until 2019, April.

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What's new at the museum

This virtual exhibit was inspired by the book Malartic, a look at 75 years of history, created by the museum during the 75th anniversary of the municipality of Malartic in 2013.

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