Daniel Weetaluktuk Museum

To see and experience

The domed ceiling of the mezzanine recalls the inside of an igloo, those ingenious structures made of blocks of snow piled in a spiral that Inukjuak people used to build.

On the ground floor of the Museum, a circular room houses the Takunnatauninga ilirsusivut takunnagusitigut/Our Culture as We See it permanent exhibition. There you can admire magnificent Inuit items both old and new, displayed in their original cultural context: soapstone sculptures, drawings, traditional clothing, handcrafted figurines and tools and more. There are also temporary exhibitions.

The Museum is a place for gathering and sharing, set in the heart of the Inukjuak community, and offers guided tours and presentations for visitors and groups. Workshops on sewing and basketmaking and other traditional techniques are also organized from time to time. Just ask!

Musée Daniel-Weetaluktuk
Inukjuak (Quebec) | J0M 1M0
T 819 254-8277