Museum of the Proud People: Montréal Museum of Industrial and Working-Class History

2050 Amherst St.
Montreal, QC H2L 3L8- Map It
(514) 528-8444
$2 discount on the regular price of an adult ticket or a family admission ticket.

AAA Editor Notes

Museum of the Proud People: Montréal Museum of Industrial and Working-Class History (Écomusée du Fier Monde: Musée d'Histoire Industrielle et Ouvrière de Montréal) is at 2050 Amherst St.(M: Berri-UQAM). Housed in a restored 1920s building, the museum offers a permanent exhibit showcasing the effects of the Industrial Revolution on the Centre-Sud, one of Montréal's oldest working-class neighborhoods. The building once was the site of the Généreux public bath, which the city's low-income and often exploited workers and their families used prior to the inclusion of baths and showers in modern homes. Additional displays focus on the quality of life at the time and the endeavors undertaken to improve it and the neighborhood's safety conditions. Guided tours are available by appointment. Guided tours are available. Time: Allow 1 hour minimum.
$8; $6 (ages 65+ and students with ID); free (ages 0-6); $16 (family, two adults and three children).
AAA Benefit:
Members enjoy $2 off the regular price of an adult ticket or the price of a family admission ticket.
Hours: Wed. 11-8, Thurs.-Fri. 9:30-5, Sat.-Sun. 10:30-5, early July-late Aug.; Wed. 11-8, Thurs.-Fri. 9:30-4, Sat.-Sun. 10:30-5, rest of year. Phone ahead to confirm schedule.