Duration: About 2 hours
Schedule: 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. (ticket office closes at 5:00)
Season: June 8 to Oct. 14
Departing from: Pointe-au Père maritime historic site
Board the Onondaga, the only submarine in Canada that is open to the public! Learn about the daily lives of the 70 men who lived for months at a time in this underwater vessel, which criss-crossed the North Atlantic from 1967 to 2000.
Take a fascinating tour of the submarine for a memorable trip through a piece of recent maritime history. Two audio guides are available: a discovery tour for families and a more technical tour that explains the inner workings of the submarine.
Then climb to the top of the 2nd-tallest lighthouse in Canada to admire the fantastic view of the river. Built in 1909, the Pointe-au-Père lighthouse played a central role in the history of navigation on the St. Lawrence River.
It's a great opportunity to learn about Canada's maritime history!
|Season||Adult||8 to 17 yrs old||0 to 7 yrs old|
|2021/06/07 to 2021/10/13||$20||$11||$0|
*The rate includes : access to the submarine and the lighthouse, as well as the applicable taxes
*Allow about an hour to visit each site
*Restaurant on site
1000 rue du phare, Rimouski, (QC)