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Albert Gilles Copper Art & Museum

7450 Boulevard Sainte-Anne, Chateau Richer, Quebec G0A 1N0, Canada
+1 418-824-4224
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5 days ago
“Fascinating History of Copper Artwork”
20 May 2017
“Very interesting and interactive visit”
7450 Boulevard Sainte-Anne, Chateau Richer, Quebec G0A 1N0, Canada
+1 418-824-4224
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Reviewed 5 days ago

Our tour made a short visit here where one of Albert Gilles daughters' showed us how her father worked with copper. The daughters and their mother still do copper artwork. If you desire you can pay to work with a small square of copper. There...More

Thank Luv2hikejulie
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Unless you really love copper, this was not that great of a stop. There are some nice pieces and the group I was with was given the chance to work a piece of copper, but overall, not very impressive.

Thank shannon b
Reviewed 21 May 2017

I visited here on a school tour in May 2017. We were taught about the history of the family company and how copper art is made. After a little instruction, we were able to make our own copper art as a souvenir. Also had a...More

Thank BlueCheese940303
Reviewed 30 March 2017

I went with a high school group. Loved this place and the history. I never thought about copper before. I loved the family history. Great place for a tour. I enjoyed how they explain the way you work with copper and getting the chance to...More

Thank rondaholler
Reviewed 23 January 2017

I have never been to a copper works and art gallery before - I hadn't realised how much copper is mined in Canada and hadn't previously given a thought to how copper work is done. This family run business is a treasure trove - you...More

Thank VirgoLady19
Reviewed 4 January 2017

Bring your credit card because they have a stack of quality stuff, although it's not cheap. Ask around for the family history with the religious works - it's fascinating.

Thank Keith T
Reviewed 1 December 2016

The Albert Giles Copper museum is a one of a kind treat. Mr. Giles had been commissioned to to make oppper impressions for the church doors in Canada. All of thet hem impressions were embossedby had on a copper sheet. The details are very realistic...More

Thank Norb W
Reviewed 20 November 2016

Beautiful copper art available for purchase directly from its creators; a family-owned business featuring skilled daughters carrying on their father's work. The tour features an artistic demonstration of how the copper is developed.

Thank M B
Reviewed 9 October 2016

If your going to St. Anne's stop here and get some history on the beautiful doors at the Basilica! It's on the way from Quebec City

Thank LBIBeachBum13
Reviewed 30 September 2016

The shop explores art objectives made of copper, from how is mined, then made into decorative art and jewelry. The sales floor has many offering but difficult to purchase when 3 buses of tourist were there at one time. So go when the parking lot...More

Thank QueenBee0301
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