Montreal Historic Montreal

  • Fort Chambly

    Fort Chambly

    2 rue De Richelieu
    Mid May-mid Jun: 10AM-5PM daily; mid Jun-early Sep: 10AM-6PM daily; early Apr-mid May and early Sep-mid Oct: W-Su 10AM-5PM. $5.65 adults, $4.90 seniors 65+, $14.20 families/groups (up to 7 people with maximum of 2 adults). A French fort built in the 1700s.
  • Sir George-Étienne Cartier National Historic Site

    458 rue Notre-Dame est
    6 Apr-19 June and 7 Sep-23 Dec: W-Su 10AM-5PM; 20 June-4 Sep: 10AM-5:30PM daily. $3.90 adults, $3.40 seniors (65+), $1.90 youth (6-16), $9.80 families/groups (up to seven people with a maximum of two adults). Reconstruction of two 19th century Victorian homes.
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  • Exporail (The Canadian Railway Museum)

    110, rue Saint-Pierre
    the Canadian Railway Museum offers historical trains, train rides, an old station and other historical exhibits. An interesting introduction to Canadian railway history.
  • Château Ramezay Museum

    Château Ramezay Museum

    280 rue Notre-Dame est
    Jun-Oct 10AM-6PM daily. $4 child / $5 student / $8 adults / $6 senior / $16.50 families. 18th century Governor's residence and gardens full of historical artifacts from daily life.
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  • Maison de la culture Notre-Dame-de-Grâce

    3755 rue Botrel
    Tu-W 1PM-7PM, Th-F 1PM-6PM, Sa-Su 1PM-5PM.
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  • Redpath Museum

    Redpath Museum

    859 rue Sherbrooke ouest
    M-F 9AM-5PM, Su noon-5PM, Sa closed. Free. A museum of natural history on the McGill campus.
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  • Christ Church Cathedral

    Christ Church Cathedral

    1444 ave Union
    It is a small, but colourful church, the mother church of the region's Anglican (Episcopalian) denomination. Of special interest is the organ with additional remote-controlled organ pipes in the front of the church. If you have the opportunity to listen to an organ concert there, you should go. The concert will probably be by donation only.
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