Musée de Lachine
1 chemin du Musée,
Lachine Borough H8S 4L9
On the banks of the St. Lawrence River, just 10 km from downtown Montréal, contemporary art rubs shoulders with archaeology and history. Musée de Lachine comprises the Le Ber-Le Moyne heritage site, a designated archaeological collection, 17th-century buildings and a vast, 50-piece sculpture garden called Musée plein air de Lachine. In addition to its permanent historical exhibition, the Musée provides a discovery space on the fur trade in New France. And for the 350th anniversary of Lachine and the 375th of Montréal, it is hosting a variety of activities focused on the establishment of a trading post at Lachine.
The Museum offers a variety of free and engaging activities designed to deliver unique visitor experiences. Free admission.
From June 20 to September 3, 2017 : Tuesday to Sunday from noon to 5 p.m.
Closed on June 24 and July 1st.
- Paid parking
- Partial access for persons with mobility impairments
Built in 1669 for the fur trade, the Maison Le Ber-Le Moyne is a designated historical site. Inside visitors will find over 400 objects that illustrate its occupants’ everyday life, which throughout centuries.
The exhibition illustrates how the advertising strategy for Black Horse beer evolved in step with alcohol consumption regulations, corporate mergers and societal changes.