The Inverness Bronze Museum- Art Foundry Interpretation Center is located in the former Megantic County Court House, a stately building dating back to 1861. It has been working for 25 years to highlight works of art by Quebec sculptors using the knowledge of the local art foundry craftsmen. Today the Museum offers a rich discovery program which includes not only technical aspects but artistic ones as well using exhibitions, demonstrations and workshops.
The permanent exhibition is dedicated to history and various procedural methods which are fundamental to creating works of art. This exhibition includes a virtual reality experience which presents spectacular bronze castings and some of the first equipment and tools used in professional Quebec foundries. The process is explained in detail using a series of models and works created specifically for this exhibition.
An open-air sculpture gallery and an Art and Heritage podcast complete the program.
Activities and services
Workshops and courses
Open-air sculpture gallery and an Art and Heritage podcast
Accommodations and campgrounds within 20 km
2021 season : June 10 to September 26
June - July - August : Wednesday to Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
September : Thursday to Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.