280 Notre-Dame Street East
Vieux-Montréal H2Y 1C5
Montreal’s portal to its past, the Château Ramezay, was the first building in Québec to be classified an historic monument. Chosen as one of the 1001 Historic Sites You Must See Before You Die, the Château invites you to relive more than 500 years of history through its exhibits, its multimedia circuit (in six languages) and its French colonial garden.
7244 Lasalle Boulevard
Verdun H4H 1R4
Located along the St. Lawrence River, Maison Nivard-De Saint-Dizier is an outstanding example of rural architecture in the early days of the French regime. The foundations of the house, built in 1710, sit on the largest pre-historical archeological site on the island of Montréal, revealing Amerindian occupation that dates back over 5, 500 years ago.
400 Saint-Paul Street East
Vieux-Montréal H2Y 1H4
The history museum invites you to discover the life of an exceptionnal woman and to visit exhibits and an archaeological site that you will find captivating. Head for Notre-Dame-de-Bon-Secours Chapel, 18th century jewel of our heritage, for an insight into Montréal's past.
1 chemin du Musée,
Lachine Borough H8S 4L9
Located next to the St. Lawrence River, the Lachine museum offers an experience combining contemporary art, archaeology and history. In addition to its 17th-century buildings, it includes an adjacent outdoor museum with 50 fabulous sculptures by well-known contemporary artists.
350, place Royale
Vieux-Montréal H2Y 3Y5
Designated a National Historic Site, the very birthplace of Montréal, Pointe-à-Callière is a spectacular museum built atop an authentic archaeological site. Also, enjoy the multimedia show and international exhibitions.