Malartic Mineralogical Museum presents exhibitions on geology, mine projects in Abitibi-Témiscamingue, and minerals from all over the world.
650, rue de la Paix, Malartic 819 757-4677
You have the possibility of visiting the installations of Canada’s largest open pit gold mine, Canadian Malartic. This is a unique opportunity to discover, in Quebec, a gold-bearing mine in operation and to have a peek into the daily life of mine workers.
650, rue de la Paix, Malartic, 819 757-4677
Craft beers entirely brewed on the premises. Le Prospector serves gourmet pub meals prepared with local food products. Gift shop on site.
585, 3e avenue, Val-d’Or, 819 874-3377
Explore the Bourlamaque Mining Village where its pretty log homes are still inhabited. Make a stop in a 1940’s residential décor to step into the shoes of any of the characters and make choices resulting in diverse consequences. Discover the family life of yesteryear through a variety of themes: social dilemmas faced by the inhabitants of a mining village.
90 Avenue Perrault, Val-d’Or, 819 825-1274
Become a miner for a day, and enjoy the unique experience of descending 91 meters (300 feet) into an underground mine. Also, visit the ground facilities of this former mine. Learn about the mine’s history through the exhibition “De l’Or plein les veines” and about the various mining trades, and feel the uncommon sensation that occurs during drilling operations.
123 Avenue Perrault, Val-d’Or, 819 825-1274