May 27 12h00 - June 15 16h00Free
Jacques Cartier Cross
Take a selfie at the foot of a replica of the “thirty-foot cross” bearing the coat of arms of the King of France, erected by Jacques Cartier in 1534. #MG1534
Pierre et Jean-Julien Bourgault-Legros, 1982
With its giant cast iron steles, this national historic site commemorates the encounter between Jacques Cartier and the St. Lawrence Iroquoians in 1534.
In memory of She
Renée Mao Clavet, 2012
This monumental work pays homage to the women of all origins who built the region.
Luce Pelletier, 2009
Relax in the sun and enjoy the view from this fish-shaped bench sculpture, a nod to the connection between humans and nature.
Bill (William James) Vincent, 2009
With its accordion-like folds, this installation evokes the sea and the mountains of the Gaspé Peninsula.
Outdoor amphitheatre commemorating the French president’s official visit to Gaspé in 1987
Performance at 12 pm and 4 pm
Duration: 30 minutes, no reservation necessary
Location: Jacques Cartier Monument