4150 Ste-Catherine Street West, room 360
Westmount H3Z 2Y5The Avataq Cultural Institute preserves and celebrates the Inuktitut language and contemporary Inuit culture of Nunavik, with artworks and documentary, photographic and audiovisual archives as well as pieces from Nunavik’s archaeological and material culture.Learn more
160 Chemin du Tour-de-L'Isle,
St. Helen's Montréal H3C 4G8
With its green technologies, exhibitions and guided tours, the Biosphere Environnement Museum sheds new light on environnemental issues and provides concrete means to protect the environnement. A unique and spectacular venue in the heart of Parc Jean-Drapeau.
6560, rue Hochelaga, Montréal (Québec) H1N 1X9The largest military museum on Montréal Island, with an impressive collection of over 13,000 artifacts illustrating the history of logistics of the Royal Canadian Army Service Corps, the Royal Canadian Air Force and the Royal Canadian Navy.Learn more
2727, boulevard Thimens, Saint-Laurent (Québec), H4R 1T4
The Lethbridge exhibition centre, devoted to the visual arts, opened in 2013. It presents temporary exhibitions giving visitors privileged access to up-and-coming contemporary artists from Montréal and elsewhere. Guided tours and workshops are also offered.
2940 Côte Ste-Catherine Road, room 0056
Montréal, H3T 1B9The exhibition centre, located on the Université de Montréal campus, presents shows on a variety of subjects, combining visual arts, architecture and the humanities. Its permanent exhibition introduces visitors to 41 pieces from its collection, located at different public spaces on its site.Learn more
335, place d'Youville
Old Montréal H2Y 3T1
The entire city's history captured in one place. The Centre d'histoire de Montréal opens the doors to a discovery of Montréal's many identities. Three floors of permanent and temporary exhibits offer a rich taste of the eventful and sometimes turbulent adventures of this metropolis.