2050 Amherst Street
Montréal H2L 3L8
The Écomusée du fier monde is a history museum that promotes grassroots involvement. You are invited to explore little known facets of Montreal culture. Visit the Écomusée exhibition and the former Généreux public bath, a magnificent example of 1920's architecture.
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.
2901 Saint-Joseph Blvd
Lachine Borough H8S 4B7Founded in Lachine in the 19th century, the Dawes Black Horse Brewery was incredibly successful in Quebec until the 1950s.The brewery was originally a complex of buildings, of which, only five remain standing in Lachine today.Learn more
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
Many parks.Numerous parks over a distance of 4 kmLearn more
Art and nature intertwine along the shores of the Saint-Louis Lake.
1001, rue Lenoir, local E-206, Montréal (Québec) H4C 2Z6
This museum, housed in the former RCA Victor factory, pays tribute to Emile Berliner, inventor of the gramophone and recording. Its vast collections are invaluable for anyone wishing to know more about the history and development of technology using electromagnetic waves.
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.
201 Des Pins West
Montréal H2W 1R5
This museum tells the fascinating tale of Montréal’s birth and the founding of the Hôtel-Dieu hospital by Jeanne Mance, Canada’s first secular nurse. Learn about the Hospitallers of St. Joseph and how they cared for the sick. You’ll come away with admiration for a group of women who had a profound influence on the development of health care in Montréal.