When you arrive in Chaudière-Appalaches, go to the AML Cruises ticket office at 110, rue de la Marina to pick up your cruise tickets as well as tickets for the other activities included in your package. Make sure you receive all your tickets, as they are required to access the activities.

Confirmation numbers can be found on your invoice.

Ticket office hours: daily from 8:00 AM to 2:00 PM

Address : 110, Rue de la Marina, Berthier-sur-Mer (QC) G0R 1E0

Duration : 6 hours (approx.)

Reservation : Mandatory on the website at croisieresaml.com/en or by phone at 1-800-563-46433

Opening hours :
  • 7 days a week | Departures at 9:45 AM and 1:00 PM

Parking : Available on site (included)

Description : Long denied access, Grosse Île now reveals its mysteries! Less than 35 minutes from Quebec City, come aboard the Vent des Îles and discover, with the help of certified Park Canada guides, what was once a human quarantine station. A must-see historic site!

Contact details : croisieresaml.com/en | 418-800-563-4643 | info@croisieresaml.com

Address : 20, Route Hurley, Frampton (QC) G0R 1M0

Duration : 3 to 4 hours (approx.)

Reservation : No reservation required

Opening hours :
  • Until September 26: open 7 days a week, from 9 :30 AM to 5:00 PM

Parking : Available on site (included)

Description : The Miller Zoo or “A Zoo unlike any other” broadcast on TV, offers you the opportunity to explore its hiking trails to discover a hundred animal species. Nature orphans, rescued animals, endangered species, there are many reasons why an animal is entrusted to the Miller Zoo. Among the residents, we can find black bears, kodiaks, moose, elk, wolves, lions, tigers, Asian otters, sloths, Malaysian tapirs and so much more! * New for summer 2021: There’s a new wild reserve where you can walk several kilometers through wooded trails to meet North American species.

Contact details : millerzoo.ca | 418-479-2000 | reservation@millerzoo.ca

Address : 55, Chemin des Pionniers Est, L’Islet (QC) G0R 2B0

Duration : 1.5 to 2 hours (approx.)

Reservation : No reservation required

Opening hours :
  • Until the beginning of September: open 7 days a week, from 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM

Parking : Available on site (included)

Description : Visiting the Museum means reliving the daily lives of sailors: the events, places and issues that have marked the maritime history of Quebec through the discovery of three impressive museum ships, three permanent exhibitions including a rowboat presenting boats of woods typical of this region of the river, a model room with more than 200 scale models of boats, temporary exhibitions on maritime themes and a river park.

Contact details : mmq.qc.ca/en | 418-247-5001 | info@mmq.qc.ca