This bold and eclectic venue is totally dedicated to the creation and presentation of contemporary dance.
A public art project shedding light on works, their creators, and the social and artistic contexts in which they were produced.
A variety of opportunities to visit and discover over 1,000 works of accessible public art in Montréal.
The first and only permanent structure dedicated to the dissemination of Aboriginal arts, artists, and cultures in Canada.
A unique experience downtown from more than 185 meters above ground offering visitors an extraordinary view of Montreal.
A cross between a New York and Parisian cabaret, it features a menu of fusion cuisine with a variety of dishes.
The building housing the head office of the oldest banking institution of the country evokes power and success.
The centre’s Beaux-Arts-style building opens its doors to people interested in consulting its historic archives.
This vast multifunctional hall is the perfect venue for hockey games, rock concerts and live stage shows.
A fragment of the Berlin Wall donated by the City of Berlin to commemorate Montréal’s 350th anniversary in 1992.