The owners will come out and do a small explanation of their work. Check out the 700lb church doors in the back. No photos permitted.
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I went here as part of a tour with Grey Line Tours Montreal, the one that goes outside of the city. One of the owners of this family owned business gave a demonstration of the dying art of copper embossing. It was fascinating to watch...More
Part gallery, part shop we especially enjoyed the demonstration, history lesson, and personal attention we received. There are many beautiful copper art pieces on display, including a series on the life of Jesus, but it was also fun to see the smaller items available for...More
Our tour stopped at this wonderful Museum with Gift Shop. Wow!! Not enough time to marvel at all the wonderful pieces. Nice demonstration too. Came home with some fabulous jewelry at extremely reasonable prices. It is definitely worth your time to stop by this family-run...More
Very interesting place to stop. Family owned business although the husband and father who started the business has died, some of the other family members are very talented and also create designs and art work in copper. Fascinating to see what is all here, and...More
Really enjoyed the Albert Gilles Copper Museum. It is an old family run business and watching the demonstration of how these beautiful pieces are made is fascinating. Someone who is especially into art would really love this place but to the regular tourist it is...More
On a recent trip to Quebec we had the pleasure of stopping and shopping at Albert Gilles Copper Art & Museum. Although the short tour of the copper mining and process was informative the highlight of the facility is in the Art work produced and...More
Both a museum and a store where you can purchase or order a copper work of art. Beautiful creations in copper. They have a website where you can shop on line. I was very impressed with their work.
This is a small, but very interesting family-run Museum/Store, displaying some very unusual copper works of art. The artistry was breath-taking, and the details and etchings on some pieces were mind boggling. The amazing items were created by Albert Gilles, and it was fun for...More
A very interesting place which is run by an old family. The father of this family was a very talented artist and there is a collection of 50 carved panels of the life of Christ. You can watch a small demonstration of how the copper...More