Devoted mostly 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.
At the forefront of contemporary art, this gallery presents the works of today’s most creative artists.
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.
The Grévin Museum displays over 120 wax figures of personalities who have made their mark on Canadian, Québec, and French history.
This avant-garde housing complex was designed for the 1967 World Exhibition by architect Moshe Safdie.
This label is comprised exclusively of clothing and objects made in Québec, from recycled fur and silk.
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