Fossil hunting on McGill’s campus and downtown Montreal
A thousand hectares of primeval forest preserved for research and public enjoyment
Visit the Redpath Museum for exhibits on the history of life and world cultures, as well as a jam-packed program of documentary films, special lectures, discovery workshops, scavenger hunts and more!
An outdoor gym featuring fun, challenging equipment and on-site move guides
Some of the finest recreation and athletics facilities in the country, offering a wide range of programs
McGill’s lush downtown campus is dotted with gardens, statues and stately greystone buildings
A museum dedicated to the preservation, study and appreciation of Montreal’s social history
Universities, entrepreneurs, citizens, non-profits and businesses meet here to redefine how we work, live, and play together
A 245-hectare forested reserve open year-round with 25 km of scenic walking and cross-country ski trails
McGill’s waterfront Macdonald Campus occupies hundreds of hectares of greenspace near the western tip of Montreal Island
Ernest Rutherford’s work at McGill earned him the 1908 Nobel Prize in Chemistry. Today, the Rutherford Museum preserves the custom-made tools he used to revolutionize our understanding of the atom.
The island of Montreal’s only outdoor zoo, with more than 90 species to discover
Fifty-one hectares of forest, woodland marshes, swamps and wetland, providing habitat for many wildlife and plant species
Peruse 2.8 million specimens of insects and other arthropods, the second-largest collection of its kind in Canada
Be inspired by McGill’s path to sustainability
Using simulation technology to improve clinical care.
Turning 200! Reflecting on the past and planning for the future.
Enjoy the sounds from McGill University’s Schulich School of Music
Behind the scenes stories from decorated varsity alumni.
Exercising with McGill trainers and students