In a few words
Walk in the footsteps of the tens of thousands immigrants who reached Grosse Île, the quarantine island, between 1832 and 1937 in hopes for a better future.
Former Canada important gateway, this station is located in an enchanting site in the heart of St. Lawrence River.
Delve into the lives of habitants, employees and immigrants and encounter moving stories and evocative landscapes. Guides will also happily share their passion of the Grosse Île's history with the visitors.
May 18 to October 13, 2019
Youth (age 17 and under): Free
Fees apply for transportation to the island. Contact us for details.
Sarah Wade medical exam
Open your mouth and say aahh...
Celtic cross and memorial
Take a moment to honour the fallen immigrants.
Follow the guide
Discover plenty of anecdotes with a guide.
Breathe in the sea air and let the nature surprise you.
Cruise on the River
Arrive by boat just as the immigrants did at the time.
This place also offers : Guided Tours