Montreal Museum of Fine Arts

Centre Ville
Museum

One of Canada’s most important museums first opened its doors in 1860. Today, the institution houses more than 41,000 pieces spanning centuries, including antiquities like 875 objects from the early Bronze age and artworks by contemporary artists like John Currin and Rachel Harrison. Recent shows have included a Chagall blockbuster and a retrospective of the late photojournalist Leila Alaoui. A new pavilion focusing on international art and education, the Michal and Renata Hornstein Pavilion for Peace, opened in 2016 in honor of the city’s 375th birthday.

Montreal Museum of Fine Arts
1380 Sherbrooke St O.Montreal, Canada
514-285-2000

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Plateau
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Plateau
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Montreal is festival city, and most of it happens in the summer.
Various
Festivals

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Plateau
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Live Music

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Various
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