Facing the Arts Building on the McGill University campus, this example of award-winning Victorian Classicism and late Greek ... More
Facing the Arts Building on the McGill University campus, this example of award-winning Victorian Classicism and late Greek Revival architecture was commissioned in 1880 and opened in 1882. Its eclectic architecture goes well with its natural history collection, which includes prehistoric and modern animals, rocks, crystals, and precious stones. It even has a small collection of famous Burgess Shale fossils. A dinosaur skeleton dominates the main display area, while temporary exhibits are found at the entrance to the hall.
I loved the Redpath Museum, first it is located in the heart of Montrel, second it is FREE, and third it has a lot of variety, from dinosaurs, mummies to samurai armors. Maybe it is not as big as the Beaux Arts Museum, but is a very interesting option for your trip on MOntreal.
Once one of Canada's most important train stations, this magnificent 1889 structure is now used strictly for local commuter trains.
It was once scheduled for demolition, but thanks to its heritage designation it now stands as a beautiful example ...
Since its founding 130 years ago, this museum has put together one of the best collections of fine art in
North America, with more than 25,000 objects in all. The Musee des Beaux arts de Montreal (Montreal Museum of ...
Once the residence of Governor Claude de Ramezay, Château Ramezay Museum chronicles the rich history of Montreal from pre colonial
days to the early 20th Century. The historic building, which dates from 1705, houses an impressive collection of antiques, ...
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