Société des musées du Québec

Église Sainte-Amélie

Seasonal opening


Saint Amélie Church is a historic building that stands in the heart of the heritage district of the city of Baie Comeau in the province of Quebec. Although not deconsecrated, Saint Amélie Church is no longer an active Catholic place of worship since 2010. It’s a museum space, living in the heart of its community, with artistic, historical, cultural and social values.

Museum experiences

  • During the summer season, Saint Amélie Church opens its doors to tourists and local visitors for the discovery of the artistic, architectural and historical jewels of the building.
  • Although there is no organized daily tours outside of the summer season, a member of the Corporation will make an appointment with you for a private tour according to his or her availability. Some days are devoted to the exhibition of historical objects of worship or artifacts related to the history of the church. Find out about the dates of these exhibitions.