McCord Museum

690 Sherbrooke St. W.
Montreal, QC H3A 1E9- Map It
Phone: (514) 861-6701
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McCord Museum (Musée McCord), across from McGill University at 690 Sherbrooke St. W. (M: McGill), has exhibits about the history of Canada dating from the 18th century to the present, with a focus on Montréal’s role and its people. In addition to a library and archives, collections dealing with costumes and textiles, decorative arts, archeology and ethnology, paintings, prints and drawings, and photographs by noted photographer William Notman are presented. Changing exhibits also are offered. Note: Wheelchair access is on the west side of the museum, at 2175 Victoria St.
$20; $17 (ages 65+); $14 (full-time students ages 18-30 with ID); $13 (students ages 13-17 with ID); free (Wed. 5-9 p.m.); $40 (family, two adults and three children ages 0-17 or one adult and four children ages 0-17). Additional fee for some exhibitions. Combination ticket with Stewart Museum $28; $24 (ages 65+); $20 (students ages 18-25 with ID); $18 (ages 13-17); $48 (family, two adults and up to four children or one adult and three children).
Hours: Museum open Mon.-Fri. 10-6 (also Wed. 6-9 p.m.), Sat.-Sun. 10-5. Jan. 2 and Dec. 26 hours are 2-6. Archives open by appointment only. Closed Jan. 1 and Christmas. Phone ahead to confirm schedule.