Dive into the St. Lawrence River during an exciting exhibition in Old Quebec!

From July 13, the public is invited to discover the Saint-Laurent, a vital and historic maritime artery of Quebec, Canada and an entire ecosystem, during an exciting exhibition in Old Quebec .

The St. Lawrence and its shores – all the way to the open sea , presented for the first time, offers a unique and immersive experience that sheds new light on the St. Lawrence River, a maritime marvel that is both familiar and little known.

The St. Lawrence River and Its Banks is an opportunity to discover a waterway that is both familiar and little known. During this fascinating exhibition, the river reveals its secrets. From its major role in the history of the nations built along its shores to its maritime history and its fragile ecosystem, discover the St. Lawrence through photos, engravings and artifacts from the ocean floor.

From Sainte-Flavie in the Gulf to Kingston, at the mouth of the Great Lakes, via Quebec City, Trois-Rivières, and Montreal, The St. Lawrence River and Its Banks – All the Way to the Sea is an unusual encounter with an artery that irrigates the heart of America as seen through thousands of objects drawn from the private collection of renowned diver Philippe Beaudry.

For more information or to purchase tickets, please visit the Facebook page of the event.