Centre d'interprétation des mammifères marins
At the Marine Mammal Interpretation Centre, one can get up close and personal with a 13-metre-long sperm whale, view baleen belonging to the right whale Piper, touch a narwhal tooth, and explore the acoustic world of whales. Discover the largest collection of whale skeletons in Canada! Naturalists are present to answer your questions.
And, if you keep your eyes peeled, you might even get lucky and spot a beluga swimming just a stone’s throw away!
- 3 Partial Access
- D Air conditioning
- H No meal service
- î Interpretation
- ≥ Musée
- % Marine wildlife viewing
- ÿ Wildlife watching
- Ð Route des baleines
- Ï Waterfront view
- 0 Seasonal operation
- G Groups welcome
- 4 Entertainment
- ∞ Jardins extérieurs
Whale-watching from the riverside
Accredited scientific museum presenting an exhibition on the whales of the St. Lawrence and the scientific research about them.
Boutique selling whale-related products for the benefit of scientific research on whales.
ocated in Tadoussac, the Marine Mammal Interpretation Centre (CIMM) is presenting an exhibit on the whales of the St. Lawrence and related scientific research.
This science museum welcomes more than 35,000 visitors every summer, making it the most popular museum on the North Shore!
CIMM is managed by the Group for Research and Education on Marine Mammals (GREMM).
From the rocks around the CIMM, observe the belugas, minke whales and seals that enter the Saguenay. Free activity, open to all.