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Musée Girouxville Museum

Musée Girouxville MuseumThe Girouxville Museum, located in the heart of Girouxville, offers visitors an inviting glimpse back into a time when pioneers first settled in the Smoky River Region.

Whether your interests lie in religious history and missionary lifestyle or the ways of fur trappers and pioneer settlers of yesteryear, Girouxville museum will fascinate you.

Founded in 1969, the museum is run by volunteers, while the collection and buildings are owned by the Village of Girouxville.

The Girouxville Museum is situated on the main street of Girouxville, a little over three kilometres north of Highway 49 on Highway 744.




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