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The remains of the "city below city", carefully preserved, provide an historical understanding of Montreal. This permanent exhibit itself is interesting. During our trip, the museum had an extraordinary exhibit on the Queens of Egypt.
A museum not to be missed!
It is rare to find a museum which is both substances and dramatic. This museum meets that test.
Located near the water a few blocks from Place Jacques-Cartier, the museum is located near the water on the site of...More
This museum, built over the top of the remanents of old Montreal and spread over a number of buildings, has a interesting set of experiences to be enjoyed. Whether it's walking through the old sewer or having the signature of an treaty signature float across...More
This museum is very unique in that you get to actually see some of the ruins that are being described. It provides an excellent review of the history of Montreal and is done first class. In addition, they currently have a wonderful exhibit on the...More
Learn the history of Montreal in a fun and creative way. Mostly underground. Many artifacts to explore, videos to watch, sounds to listen to. Learn about and see remaining structures of the original Fort Ville-Marie, Burial Grounds, Marketplace, Old Custom House, and Sewer. We only...More