The CIMM sits on the rock by the Saguenay Fjord and the St. Lawrence River, in Tadoussac. The CIMM is the most popular museum in the Côte-Nord region, receiving nearly 35,000 visitors a year. It’s an unforgettable experience! Come face to face with a 13-metre long sperm whale and explore the world of whales through original videos, cetacean acoustics activities, games, a skeleton collection and an exclusive film. Specialists are on hand to answer your questions, and the purchases you make at the boutique will contribute to funding whale research projects. And make sure you attend the whale songs classes! Keep an eye on the water, you even might see a minke whale or a group of belugas…
If you look out carefully, you might even see a beluga swimming in front of the CIMM in the River.
Visit length: 1 hour… and more!
The exhibition is in French, and there is an English booklet to access the panels. Our naturalists speak English.
The CIMM and its activities are accessible to people with reduced mobility (Kéroul accreditation).