Museum of Civilization
14,79 $ + taxes (adult)
9,57 $ + taxes (student: 18 to 30 years old)/ 5,22$ + taxes (children: 12 to 17 years)/ Free (under 11 years old)
This Is Our Story – Reference Exhibition
Discover today’s aboriginal cultures, their diversity and their world views. First Nations and Inuit in the 21st Century. Québec’s Aborigina population is approaching 90,000. These are the men and womenof this exhibition, re-examining their past, sharing their present, and dreaming their future.
People of Québec… Then and Now – Reference Exhibition
The result of an extensive consultation with historians, specialists, academics and communicators in the study of the past and its stories, People of Québec…Then and Now is a must-see exhibition of synthesis and reference reviving the major events that built today’s Québec.
Observe. More than meets the eye! - Reference Exhibion
Use all your senses and put your curiosity to work in this exhibition specially designed for children and families. Outwit traps and illusions to find your way and discover all there is to see. From a city to the woods and from the sky to the attic (or the other way around!), get ready to test your powers of observation! Looking closely at the world helps us make sense of it, the better to orient ourselves and adapt. It’s never too early to develop our observational skills – and never too late to sharpen them! This exhibition invites you to choose your own path through a variety of settings that challenge your senses.
Dallaire: From Idea to Object Until September 3rd 2018.
More than 80 original objects and drawings, including the Olympic torch of the 1976 Montréal Games and the BIXI bicycle, document the career of Québec industrial design pioneer Michel Dallaire. Exhibition-goers will get to know a creator who infuses people’s lives with beauty. How is Dallaire’s style recognizable? His objects are functional without a doubt, but they are also visually pleasing and improve users’ quality of life. With his many accomplishments, Michel Dallaire has left his mark on the contemporary Québec landscape.
Disappeared Or Forgotten: Akonessen, Zita, Tina, Marie Ad The Others. From May 24th 2018 To February 17th 2019
Nine works by aboriginal artists and craftswomen generate strong emotions in the face of the painful destinies of numerous aboriginal women and girls. The image of the native woman invented during colonization has clung to the collective mind as all clichés born of ignorance do. Free women, loving women, enveloping millennia of culture in their warmth & care, all the while being perceived as simply docile and without faith or morals; they have been disembodied.
London is Calling: From May 17th 2018 to March 10th 2019
London, bustling and dynamic, is a world capital of creative production. Let the city be your guide to its creative scenes and the social, cultural and economic transformations that have shaped this diverse and multi-faceted metropolis from 1950 to today. A space through which you can stroll as though exploring a new city. An innovative multisensory journey into the heart of London’s neighbourhoods and creative scenes. An immersive experience that lets you feel the raw energy of London’s creative worlds…and recognize yourself along the way. London is calling! Be moved and dazzled by a selection of highlights from its collections.
Description: entrance to see the collections of the Museum of Civilisation.
More information about the exhibitions : http://www.mcq.org
CULTURAL PACKAGE starting at 142,08$ + taxes (1 night, double occupancy in room with double bed, breakfast for two and entrance for two adults at the Musée). Supplement applies for other type of rooms. Package rates valid until June 23rd 2018. Please consult for later dates.
Until June 23rd 2018 and from September 5th till June 23rd 2019: open from Tuesday to Sunday.
From June 24th till September 4th 2018: open everyday.
Holidays Season: Open everyday from December 23rd 2018 till January 7th 2019 – closed on December 25th 2018.
Opening on Mondays: March 5th 2018, April 2nd 2018 and January 1st 2019.