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Grévin Montréal

EXPO BYE BYE,  50 years of costumes


Date: up to January 6th, 2019
Time: everyday
Location: Grévin Museum
Address: Eaton Center, 5th Fllor


Catch some laughs, get into character and relive some of Quebec’s greatest moments with Expo Bye Bye — 50 Years Of Costumes. The exhibition captures 50 years of tradition, some uncontrollable laughter and unforgettable characters.

Tommy Zen Galery

Alain Massicotte

Beautés immuables – Le vivant sous observation


Date: November 15th, 2018  to January 13th, 2019
Time: everyday
Location: Tommy Zen Galery
Address: 1452, Sherbrooke Street West


40 very small landscapes painted in oil on wooden panels presented in addition to a selection of urban sketches and portraits.  Entitled simply Excursions, they express the point of view of the walker, the intimate relationship we have with nature.

Open Church


Date: September to June
Time: Mondays Afternoon
Location: The Church of Saint Andrew and Saint Paul
Address: 3415 Redpath Street

During the calendar year, on Monday afternoons, as well as on weekdays in July and August, our church is open for visitors who wish to have a time of prayer and quiet meditation, or to stroll through the church. Visitors can also participate in tours which feature the history and architecture of the building and the significant works of art that it contains presented in the context of a vibrant congregation offering a place of worship and refuge in the midst of a busy city.

Cultural Events at the Montréal Museum of Fine Arts

Date: every day
Time: various
Location: Montréal Museum of Fine Arts
Address: 1380 Sherbrooke West Street


Montreal Museum of Fine Arts  presents muscal events, guided visits, worshop and conferences.

Montréal Museum of Fine Arts

Date: up to February 24th, 2019
Time: various
Location: Montréal Museum of Fine Arts
Address: 1380 Sherbrooke West Street


A giant of modern art

As Sartre wrote, “These movements that intend only to please, to enchant our eyes, have nonetheless a profound and, as it were, metaphysical meaning.”

The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts is presenting the first major Canadian retrospective of Alexander Calder (1898-1976) to highlight all the many facets of the career of the American “who made sculpture move.” Developed, organized and circulated by the MMFA, the exhibition Alexander Calder: Radical Inventor presents 150 works and archival documents to portray the full scope of this artist’s extraordinarily innovative multidisciplinary practice: from his wire drawings to his paintings, and from his invention of the mobile to his monumental sculptures.

Cultural Events at the McCord Museum

Date: every day
Time: various
Location: McCord Museum
Address: 1380 Sherbrooke West Street


McCord Museum presents many activities for the whole family: worshop, story hour, parents and tots, after hour …

McCord Museum

Date: Up to January 6th, 2019
Time: various
Location: McCord Museum
Address: 1380 Sherbrooke West Street


The participatory installation Shadows Without Borders asks visitors to discover and reflect on exile, what binds our identity, and the strength of our connection to that irreplaceable place called “home.”

As you travel through this shadow world with lamps, discover pieces created during workshops in refugee communities in Greece and Turkey alongside work made by the artists. Playing with shadow and light, you are invited to highlight an object, a moment or a place, or cast them into darkness.

Montreal Urban Museum

Date: every day
Time: various
Location: Golden Square Mile
Address: various


Take an exclusive geo-localized outdoor historic tour in the heart of downtown Montréal !

The app is available for free on App Store.

The Promenade Fleuve-Montagne

Date: now
Time: everyday
Location: from the Old Montréal up to the Park Mount Royal
Address: various


The Promenade Fleuve-Montagne is a pedestrian walkway through the city of Montréal. Discover Montréal’s emblematic sites along this 3.8 km from the river to the mountain.