Musée Edison du Phonographe
Dedicated to the phonograph invention by Thomas Alva Edison on December 6, 1877, the museum has more than 200 cylinder machines, all of them in perfect working order.
I bought my first cylinder phonograph in 1970 at an antique dealer in Québec City, for $135. I bought it two years after my arrival in North America, when a friend told me about it and insisted that I go and see it, It was an EDISON Standard Model D, with an H head, no horn and only 17 cylinders Edison Blue Amerol 4 minutes in celluloid.
Adults: $5 Senior, students, groups $4; children (7 to 12 years old) $2,50 (0 to 6 years old) free
Period of operation :
Only upon reservation.
Guided tours for groups
Museum or art gallery
9812, avenue Royale, Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré (Qc) G0A 3C0
Telephone : 418 827-5957