Activities

WEEKEND ACTIVITIES


SATURDAY AND SAUNDAY
Included in the admission fee.

11 a.m.: Fort of St. Helen's Island and rifle shooting
Go for a pleasant walk on the trails of St-Helen's Island to discover the remains of the British military buildings build in the 19th century. Accompanied by a Museum guide, ride through the trails of Mount Boullé to the Tour de Lévis. The walk ends with a popular rifle firing demonstration. Maximum 25 participants. 

2 p.m.: Participative talk in the exhibition Paris on display
Every day, you are invited to an exploratory activity in the exhibition Paris on Display: 18th-Century Boutiques. Accompanied by a Museum guide, discover otherwise fabulous creations of master craftsmen of the 18th.


3 p.m.: Participative talk in the exhibition History and Memory
A Museum guide animates short thematic capsules for you to discover one of the key periods in our history. For each capsule, an area of the permanent exhibition History and Memory is explored in depth, through a selection of exceptional artefacts or archives, which will revive realities of the past.

All activities are included in the entrance fees. The schedule may be modified or activities may be canceled without notice.

Escape game

Take part in Prisoners of Camp S/43, an escape game at the Fort of St. Helen’s Island. Try to escape from internment Camp S/43 on St. Helen’s Island! To escape, you’ll have to look for clues, bribe the camp guards, and find keys and a map of the tunnel. May the best team win! 
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UPCOMING ACTIVITIES


Sunday, September 30
Journées de la culture - Giving voice to the past
Immerse yourself in the 18th century via words and stories that have come down to us from that era. Quebec actress Geneviève Rochette will read archival excerpts that will transport listeners to Paris during the Age of Enlightenment, an era poised between the simple pleasures of the bourgeoisie and the tensions of the coming revolution. For more information >>>

CULTURAL PROGRAMMING WITH GRHS




The Stewart Museum offers a series of activities developed in partnership with The Research Group on the History of Sociabilities (GRHS) in conjunction with the exhibition Paris on Display: 18th-Century BoutiquesConferences and workshops will allow participants to explore the many facets of social and cultural life in the 18th century.

These activities are offered free of charge, with the exception of In the Kitchen of the Enlightment (Dans la cuisine des Lumières), a French-language conference-workshop being held on February 17, 2019.