Its remarkable collection of books, maps and prints makes it an exceptional cultural venue.
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.
The 15-storey office tower houses the headquarters of the International Civil Aviation Organization.
Île-des-Moulins is an historic site that includes five restored mid-19th century buildings bearing witness to the area’s vibrant industrial heritage.
This beautiful work of art was the first to be sponsored and installed in the metro, in Place-des-Arts station.
Plaza St-Hubert is one of Montréal’s key commercial arteries and home to some 400 boutiques situated between Bellechasse and Jean-Talon Streets.
This creation and performance centre presents an exciting variety of shows, themed exhibitions and festive events.
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