Dorval Museum of Local History and Heritage
1850 Lakeshore Drive, Dorval
Québec H9S 2E6
The Dorval Museum of Local History and Heritage is housed in the former coach house of the Forest and Stream Club, which was built in 1874 by Alfred S. Brown, storekeeper of the Grand Trunk Railroad Company and Director of the Bank of Montreal.
Open since 2002, the museum’s mission is to present various events and people who featured prominently in the history of Dorval.
Entrance is free. | Guided tours for groups available upon registration.
- Free parking
- Access for persons with mobility impairments
From May 17 to November 3 2019Traveling exhibition by the Musée de Charlevoix and the Musée Québécois de l’Agriculture et de l’Alimentation. This exhibit is an overview of the history of cows in Quebec popular culture.
Artefacts, photographs and multimedia installations come together in this permanent exhibition, which portrays the social and economic history of Dorval, from colonization to the present day.