Located in the heart of a natural location unique in an urban environment, the Stewart Museum celebrates the influence of European civilization in New France and North America. Ivory, faience, brocade, silver, parchment... Handcrafted by masters, these materials weave a time line where five centuries of political events, scientific experiments and cultural life unfold.
The Museum occupies the British fortified depot on Île Sainte-Hélène, a 19th century military construction. Both historic and modern, the site features a glass tower offering a remarkable view of Montreal.
|June 25 to October 8, 2017|
|Tuesday to Sunday||10 a.m. to 5 p.m.|
- The Stewart Museum courtyard is open year-round, from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
|Seniors (65 years and over)|
|Students (18-25 years) **|
|Children (13-17 years) **|
|Children (12 years and under) ***|
- Rates include taxes.
- * 3 to 5 persons (maximum 2 adults). Children aged 17 and under.
- ** Upon presentation of a valid ID card.
- *** Maximum 5 children per adult.
- The rates shown above do not include parking rates.
Many discounts available among others in partnership with STM, CAA-Québec, Musée du Château Ramezay, Accès Montréal and Navettes maritimes du Saint-Laurent.
History and Memory
The Stewart Museum exhibition offers an historical journey that takes visitors from the Aboriginal era to the present day. Almost 500 objects, documents and rare books in the exhibition are showcased.
Expo 67 A worlds of dreams
As part of the 50th anniversary of Expo 67 and Montreal's 375th, immerse yourself in the world of the universal exhibition of Montreal thanks to the immersive and multimedia exhibition “Expo 67 – A World of Dreams”.
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Getting to Stewart Museum
Jean-Drapeau subway station