Montreal museaum art is the of the best art museum.There many art is work.you can go your family and friends or couple also.
About Montreal Museum of Fine Arts (Musee des Beaux-Arts)
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Beautiful museum broken up until numerous buildings, all perfect for keeping you warm during those brutal winter months in Montreal. There's modern/contemporary/Asian/ancient/textile/furniture and more. Admission is also cheaper for students and other folks under a certain age (is it 28 or 30)? Anyway. It's certainly...More
My only regret is that we didn't plan enough time for this wonderful museum. The special exhibit was terrifically curated, and although my husband went into it more excited about the topic than I was, I was certainly drawn in and am now eager to...More
Absolutely loved my visit to the the Musee Des Beaux-Arts; I was in there for hours so much to see and I still had to rush round in the end. The staff were very helpful and accommodating and the cafe had a nice selection of...More
Very nice museum. One of my favorites in Montreal. I was at a wedding as well at this excellent place. Type of museum I could go back again and again without getting bored.
Probably one of the must-do experiences in Montreal, the Musee des Beaux-Arts has it all, and certainly something to match your interests or encourage you to get new ones. Be prepared to stretch your legs, however, as the museum is the enormous!
Some of the real masters are presented here, like Picasso, and they present a wide variety of art from all over the world and time periods. The painting The Raising of Jairus' Daughter by Gabriel Max was particularly moving to me.
Montrealers are lucky to have such a great museum in their city. On top of the permanent collection they always have original exhibitions with theme. A must to discover when you're in Montreal
With the recent addition of the new Renata & Michal Hornstein pavillion, it has nothing to envy to European museums!
In my personal taste this museum is awesome. It has a really good collection of visual arts for all tastes, a very avant garde proposition in the new media zone and a little bit of everything. The MOMA and the Ontario Museum are a bit...More