859 Sherbrooke Street West
Montréal H3A 0C4
Established in 1882, the Redpath Museum preserves and displays large collections of ancient and modern organisms, minerals, and world culture (ethnological) artefacts. It serves as a teaching and reserach unit at McGill University. Research focuses on the history of life and biodiversity of the planet.
4801 Pierre-de Coubertin Avenue
Montréal H1V 3V4
In a building featuring a daring design, awarded with LEED Platinum certification, enjoy an immersive experience of the Universe, with two complementary shows and cutting-edge 360° domes! Let yourself be whisked off to the very limits of outer space, and don’t miss the digital interactive exhibition.
$8 THURSDAY EVENINGS: Starting at 5:30 p.m., get a special deal on either of the double features at the Rio Tinto Alcan Planetarium.
1003, boulevard Décarie, Montréal (Québec) H4A 0A9
Canada’s largest museum in a hospital presents the story of the Shriners Masonic fraternity and their Montréal hospital, one of Canada’s leading pediatric care and research centres since 1925.
458 Notre-Dame Street East
Montréal H2Y 1C8Enter the home of Sir George-Étienne Cartier (1814-1873) as though you were a guest of this Father of the Canadian Confederation. This Victorian residence demonstrates the lifestyle of Montreal's 19th Century upper middle-class, as well as the major social and political transformations Cartier took part in.Learn more
176 Lakeshore Road
Québec, H9S 4J7
Located in a beautiful mansion on the shores of Lake St. Louis, the Stewart Hall Art Gallery presents eight contemporary arts exhibitions all year round. Its boutique showcases a large variety of handmade objects by Canadians artists.
20 Tour-de-l'Isle Road
Montréal H3C 0K7
The Stewart Museum celebrates the influence of European civilization in New France and North America. Artefacts, antique maps, rare books, illustrations and archives weave a time line of five centuries. The Museum is located in the 19th-century British military depot on île Sainte-Hélène, featuring a glass tower offering a unique view of Montreal.
1255 Saint-Joseph Blvd.,
The adventure begins here. Discover one of the most important periods in the history of Canada : the fur trade. Relive the adventure of Amerindian trappers, French Canadian voyageurs and European merchants of the fur trade era.
1356, Sherbrooke Street West
The Guild, historical gallery and museum institution of Canadian art, has been preserving, promoting and encouraging fine crafts for more than one hundred years. Specializing in Inuit and First Nations art, The Guild is comprised of a permanent collection, one of the most influential in Canada, historically and culturally rich archives, an educational program with a broad outreach, and a gallery which draws together works by renowned and emerging artists. Situated in downtown Montreal, beside the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, The Guild Gallery offers all of their customers high quality contemporary art.