The Museum of Costume and Textile of Québec expresses through its collection and exhibitions the cultural diversity of Québec society.
This magnificent bronze sculpture by Gerald Gladstone exhibits the beauty of the female form.
This five-storey restored windmill still stands proudly after 200 years.
An Inuit art gallery bringing together both traditional and contemporary works, and representing both established and emerging artists.
A university gallery committed to contemporary art, it exhibits the works of Canadian and international artists.
The only Montréal gallery exclusively dedicated to Inuit art.
A remarkable selection of Inuit and Iroquois sculptures are on display for amateurs and collectors to appreciate.
This major attraction has recreated the natural habitats of the 200 animal species that live on the site.
An exceptional venue containing a remarkable collection of books, maps, and prints.
Fashionable boutiques, art galleries and antique shops line this avenue that bears a typically British aura.