Within the walls of this former prison, revisit the Patriotes’ rebellions of 1837-1838 and their consequences.
Discover Montréal’s history through the daily lives and stories of Montrealers.
The Centre for Sustainable Development hosts numerous events, including debates, conferences, documentary screenings, exhibitions, and guided tours.
Since the 1930s, it welcomes visitors to the park in its spacious interior that recalls the history of Montréal.
This public space is one of the few areas still containing physical evidence of the ancient fortified town.
From Amerindian prehistory to the beginning of the 20th century, discover the history of Montréal and Québec.
Its narrow streets are lined with shops selling exotic foods and traditional crafts.
This fine example of neo-Gohtic architecture now stands at the heart of an eclectic urban environment.
This mural celebrates public space as a fundamental element of commerce that underlies the humanity at the heart of the notion of exchange.
Witness to Montréal’s history, this building becomes absolutely spectacular at dusk when it gets all lit up.