The Mineralogical Museum in Abitibi-Témiscamingue is a place of conservation, interpretation, education, diffusion, and of highlight for the geological and mining inheritance of the region and the mineralogy of Quebec, Canada, and the international one as well.


The Museum gives access to the present and future generations to the realities of the geological world, to mineralogy, to the mining domain, and to other natural resources via its various permanent, temporary, digital, and industrial exhibitions. It also uses pedagogical cases, posts on social medias, visits to the mine and multiple special activities to spread its knowledge.


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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