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Stewart Museum

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20, chemin Tour-de-l'Isle Île Sainte-Hélène, Montreal, Quebec H3C 0K7 Canada
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Jean-DrapeauMontreal Metro11 min
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Keith McD wrote a review Nov 2019
42 contributions2 helpful votes
The position of this building looking up at the Jacques Cartier Bridge makes for an impressive introduction to your visit. The museum itself over two floors explores in some detail the military history of Montreal - a lot of information to take in. Worth a visit (allow 1-2 hours if reading everything) and good value.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Response from MuseeStewartMuseum, Communications Coordinator at Stewart Museum
Responded Nov 25, 2019
Thank you for your visit and for sharing your experience! We are very happy to hear you enjoyed your time at the Museum. We hope to see you again soon!
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Lila S wrote a review Oct 2019
25 contributions49 helpful votes
If you're 31 years and older stay away from this museum, because they really discriminate against you for being old by making you pay more due to your age. Young adults aged between 18-30 are the ones you have most of the money. They do this because they believe they are more important than you, and they believe millennials aged 18-30 are the most important patrons. Spend your money somewhere where they don't discriminate. Advice to the people who run the museum: These millenials are exploiting the discount because I had no room to talk and a bunch of them were taking away room for me to walk. Make millennials pay the same rate as the middle aged, people ages 18-30 are grown adults not children. Think more about increasing funding and satisfying older patrons, even if it means scaring away some if the spoiled entitled millennials.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Response from MuseeStewartMuseum, Responsable des relations clients at Stewart Museum
Responded Oct 21, 2019
Hello Lila, The Stewart Museum offers different range of prices: adults, seniors, students, families and children. The Admission fee for students (13-30 year old) is $12 only if they study full-time and present a student ID. The Museum offers also different discounts to their visitors, regardless of their age categories. For example, upon presentation of your STM OPUS card, you get $2 off. It is important to mention that the Stewart Museum do not discriminate people. This goes against the values of the institution. If you have questions or need more information about our Admission fees, please contact us at info.stewart@mccord-stewart.ca You can also visit our Admission fees page on our Website: https://www.musee-stewart.org/en/admission-fees/ We hope that this clarifies the situation. Have a nice day, The Stewart Museum Team
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JHeskin wrote a review Sep 2019
Duluth, Minnesota378 contributions74 helpful votes
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A surprisingly good museum stashed away on the island. We really enjoyed the displays as well as the interesting layout and history of the facility. It was also really nice that it wasn’t overrun with tourists like so many other museums tend to be.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Response from MuseeStewartMuseum, Responsable relations publiques at Stewart Museum
Responded Sep 30, 2019
Thank you for your visit and for sharing your experience! We are very happy to hear you enjoyed your time at the Museum. We hope to see you again soon!
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Seamus Murphy wrote a review Jul 2019
Letterkenny, Ireland711 contributions251 helpful votes
My wife and I were advised by my daughter to look at this Museum. It is the other side of the Olympic Stadiums and Botanical Gardens in Montreal. We were greeted by a very helpful young lady and directed as to the best way to approach the Museum. It is filled with artifacts and history. It is laid out in three stories, you take the lift or stairs and start at the top and work your way down to the reception area. The early history is fascinating, First Nations to the Vikings, then the French and the British of course. Before we went into the Museum my wife and I had a picnic. My reading glasses fell out of my pocket I figured later on. We were back at the Train station when we discovered I had lost them. So we went into the tourist information office and the kind staff telephoned the museum on the off chance they found them. They did and kept them for me. I went over and collected them. I told the staff how much I appreciated their help. Another member of staff pointed out a musket with a map of the route taken by the owner a British officer inscribed on the butt of his gun. So map needed and I never noticed it first time around. Because of various events on in this area there is quite a lot of construction and some paths are comprised. You cannot depend on a map or Google earth to alert you. Usually a helpful construction crew member can assist as in our case. A museum well worth a visit.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Response from MuseeStewartMuseum, Communications Coordinator at Stewart Museum
Responded Sep 30, 2019
Thank you for your visit and for sharing your experience! We are very happy to hear you and your wife enjoyed your time at the Museum. We're glad that we found your glasses and were able to give them back to you before you leave the city. We hope to see you again soon!
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F1LoverAnn wrote a review Jun 2019
Louth, United Kingdom199 contributions76 helpful votes
I visited here with my husband. The visit did not start well, which I guess cannot be blamed on the museum, is that we arrived by Metro, however the signs around the island are not the best. We got lost twice, and probably walked 1500m, when we should have walked 700 or 800m Once we arrived at the museum, the trip went up considerably in my opinion. The staff were very courteous and helpful,the museum is set out really well, with some very good and interesting exhibits. It is extremely tidy and clean.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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Response from MuseeStewartMuseum, Community Manager at Stewart Museum
Responded Jun 20, 2019
Thank you for your visit and for sharing your experience! We are very happy to hear that you had a pleasant experience with our staff and enjoyed our collections. We are sorry to hear you had a difficult journey reaching us - we suggest you submit this feedback directly to Parc Jean-Drapeau at clientele@parcjeandrapeau.com. The Société du Parc Jean-Drapeau takes care of signage and general maintenance in the park. Your constructive feedback will no doubt help improve the situation. We hope to see you again soon!
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