Redpath Museum

Museums — Downtown Montreal
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Housed in the oldest purpose-built Canadian museum, the Redpath holds large collections of ancient and modern artifacts and specimens. Some collections were started by the same people whose work is at the heart of the Smithsonian and Royal Ontario museums. Popular items include dinosaurs, mummies, and a wide variety of Quebec minerals (there’s even a shrunken head).

Redpath Museum also offers a year-round public program jam-packed with exciting events, including documentary films, special lectures, discovery workshops, scavenger hunts for families, and much more!

Group visits are available for all kinds of visitors, both inside and outside the museum.

Other things to see and do

Gault Nature Reserve

A thousand hectares of primeval forest preserved for research and public enjoyment

Le Salon 1861

Universities, entrepreneurs, citizens, non-profits and businesses meet here to redefine how we work, live, and play together

Molson Reserve

Fifty-one hectares of forest, woodland marshes, swamps and wetland, providing habitat for many wildlife and plant species

McCord Museum of Canadian History

A museum dedicated to the preservation, study and appreciation of Montreal’s social history

Macdonald Campus

McGill's waterfront Macdonald Campus occupies hundreds of hectares of greenspace near the western tip of Montreal Island

Rutherford Museum

Ernest Rutherford's work at McGill earned him the 1908 Nobel Prize in Chemistry. Today, the Rutherford Museum…

Gault Nature Reserve

A thousand hectares of primeval forest preserved for research and public enjoyment

Macdonald Outdoor Gym (TrekFit)

An outdoor gym featuring fun, challenging equipment and on-site move guides

McGill Athletic Facilities

Some of the finest recreation and athletics facilities in the country, offering a wide range of programs

Downtown Campus

McGill's lush downtown campus is dotted with gardens, statues and stately greystone buildings

McCord Museum of Canadian History

A museum dedicated to the preservation, study and appreciation of Montreal’s social history

Le Salon 1861

Universities, entrepreneurs, citizens, non-profits and businesses meet here to redefine how we work, live, and play together

Morgan Arboretum

A 245-hectare forested reserve open year-round with 25 km of scenic walking and cross-country ski trails

Watch varsity sports

McGill offers a wide variety of fun and competitive matches. You might even see a future Olympian!