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6680 Taschereau Boulevard, Brossard, QC, CA, J4W 1M8
- Phone: (450) 671-7213
- Fax: (450) 671-7041
Arts & Museums
Maison Saint-Gabriel in Pointe-Saint-Charles was established as a home to members of the Royal family more than 300 years ago. A recognized national monument as of 1965, and a designated National Historic Site of Canada since 2007, the Maison Saint-Gabriel was deemed a museum from 1966. Featuring over 10,000 artifacts and various objects ranging from clothing, furniture, tools, equipment, art and other ephemera since the early 1700s, it is one of the oldest remaining buildings in the city. Maison Saint-Gabriel is open to public almost year-round from Tuesdays to Sundays, please visit the website for more details.
An artist-run organization that promotes the art of glass blowing, Espace Verre is not only a gallery, but also a comprehensive organization that offers educational and professional development programs, seminars and workshops aimed at promoting and invigorating the art of glass blowing. Espace Verre also has a boutique, where you can purchase original glass pieces created by artists associated with the school. For every purchase, a large percentage goes back to the artist. The organization also sells works on their online portal.
This museum and exhibition hall is dedicated to raising environmental and ecological awareness among its visitors. Housed in the world's largest geodesic dome, which is one of few remaining structures from the Expo's, it offers four levels of guided discovery. The bottom level examines water as both Source of Life and Source of Delight, the Connections Hall showcases multimedia presentations focusing on environmental protection, and the Visions Hall affords an incredible view of Montreal.
If you are a connoisseur of art then Galerie Avenue Art is the place to be. The place is a lucrative platform for budding Canadian artists as well as reputed names in the art circuit. The ambiance of the gallery is peaceful and the decor is elegant with lovely paintings and art works at display. The gallery is known to hold exhibitions as well as competitions to encourage talent. Overall, Avenue Art is a pleasant place to be, and a must-visit for art lovers. Visit website for more information.
Located in the heart of Old Montreal amid a rich cultural heritage, this museum is dedicated to the works of one of Quebec's greatest painters, Marc-Aurèle Fortin. Generally considered one of the leading landscape painters of this century, Fortin single-handedly transformed the art of realistic landscape painting. The museum features many of his greatest works, as well as those of both established and rising Quebec artists.
Montréal Science Centre is a science and technology center that has quickly become one of the Old Port's biggest attractions. Along with the IMAX theater, now part of the center, there are major permanent exhibitions and various temporary exhibitions which anchor the museum. Experience science in a whole different way as the exhibitions open your eyes to new wonders, teach you a lesson or two about how science functions in our daily life. The food court is on site and will keep you fueled as you uncover the mysteries of science.
Built in the Palladian Revival style by ace architect John Ostell, the old custom house was the first of its kind in the city. Built between 1836 and 1838, the building, embodying the glorious history of Montreal, is located amongst many other historically significant structures. Now a part of the Montréal Museum of Archaeology and History, the site functions as a gift shop and was designated a National Historic Site of Canada as of 1997.
This interactive museum presents the history of Montreal from 1642 to the present day. There are eight exhibition halls, each presenting a different era in Montreal's history. Period furniture and objects, videos, slides, theatrical recreations and audio recordings are available. Guidebooks are available in both French and English.
Built on the site where the city's founders first landed, this history and archeology museum opened exactly 350 years after the event, in 1992. Pointe-à-Callière Museum stands on the remains of original historical buildings, and parts of the old fortification walls are on display. It features a multimedia show and an underground archaeological tour, along with various temporary exhibits. Highlights include the triangular Éperon Building, the former Customs House, and Place Royale.
The Stewart Museum occupies the British fortified arsenal on Saint Helen's Island. Its collections include exhibits from the 15th Century to the 20th Century. The museum offers guided tours of the new permanent exhibitions, and a special school program is also available.
One of the most well established private galleries in Montreal, this prestigious space specializes in contemporary Canadian art, especially in the Inuit communities from the north. Pieces range from traditional soapstone carvings to surprisingly complex and occasionally harrowing depictions of animals and other figures. Elca caters to a very upscale clientele.
The Gallerie Art and Culture is a gallery dedicated to Canadian arts from the 19th and 20th Century. They have a number of works on display by artists like Yvon Provost, Marek Zoltak, Ng Poon Keung, Chui Wang and Robert Galli to name a few. The Gallery is noted for housing ancient arts, they have a large collection of paintings and sculptures from around the world. Art lovers can head to this gallery for exploring creativity in the pages of Canadian art history.