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Montreal Art Center & Museum

Book your tour today and discover Montreal's most hidden gem!


Our Community

The Montréal Art Center and Museum supports local arts and culture by annually providing over 45 resident artists with a 1-week-long solo exhibition. Additionally, the public is invited to attend exhibition opening events free of charge. 


The Montréal Art Center and Museum is also involved in a number of collaborative projects with other non-profit organizations to provide the space for community events and fundraisers.


Coming soon:


Our management team is tirelessly working on organizing a new fundraising program entitled “Give an Artist a Home". This program supports artists by sponsoring them with studio spaces at the Art Center for a three-month period. 

At the Museum

Museum Tours


Life Drawing Sessions

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Venue Rentals


Bachelorette Parties


Our Events


Artist Studios


Le Canal Cafe

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Sangria Top View


5 à 7 At a Historic Montréal Art Center&Museum Bar 

Discover the Greatest "5 à 7" in Griffintown while supporting Montreal Artists!


The Montreal Art Center and Museum is inviting you to the John McDougall Bar and Lounge every Friday night.


Take a step back to the 19th Century and enjoy a wide variety of drinks at one of the most historic and authentic places in town!


Every Friday, all "5 à 7" attendees will be eligible for Member-only prices between 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm.

Museum Tours

Discover Montreal's most hidden gem! The Montreal Art Centre and Museum invites you to take a journey through time. Your visit will include a spectacular audio guided tour of our historic 19th Century patromonial building in Griffintown.  


There are 3 exquisite art galleries with a multitude of historic paintings in our Permenant Collection on display. In addition there are fabulous works on sale from our over 40 local member artists.


Our Museum includes a Renaissance Italian and French Baroque Gallery and travel back in time to the 17th century visiting our Nouvelle France Gallery, featuring wax figure statues of Historic Quebec figures from the Grevin Museum.