Last update: October 2nd, 2020
For more information on how the various cultural establishments in the neighbourhood adapted following Montreal's red zone transition, we have gathered their links so that you can access their information and updates more easily:
Notre-Dame Basilica: Maximum 25 people and have to be registered
Pointe-à-Callière Museum: Closed until further notice Follow their Facebook Page to participate in "Grand quiz - 28 jours d'histoire et d'archéologie" and run the chance to win a year-long membership + a guest!
Le Château Ramezay: Closed until further notice.
Marguerite Bourgeoys Museum: The museum section is closed until October 28th and its reopening will be done according to the directives given by the government.
Darling Foundry: Closed until further notice.
Phi Centre: Closed until further notice, but discover on their website their special online planning and the experiences to live at home: online visits, immersive experiences at home, conferences, performances, articles, interviews and much more!
Phi Foundation for Contemporary Art: Closed until further notice, but subscribe to their newsletter and follow the Foundation on social media to have suggestions of online visits.
Montreal Science Centre: Closed until further notice, but follow their Facebook Page to have scientific connotation news and go on the website to have suggestions of games and experiments to do at home!
Ashukan Cultural Space: Closed until further notice.
Centre d'histoire de Montréal: Closed until 2022.