McCord Museum of Canadian History

Museums — Downtown Montreal
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With 1,375,000 objects, images and manuscripts under its roof, the McCord Museum brings to life the social and cultural history of Montreal, Quebec and Canada. One of the largest historical collections in North America, exhibitions attract and engage visitors with their diversity, timeliness, originality and boldness.

See the McCord Museum’s website for hours and ticket prices

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