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 Montreal Museum of Fine Arts

Montreal Museum of Fine Arts

Montreal Museum of Fine Arts is one of the largest museums of Canada and also one amongst its most prominent. The museum is situated on the Golden Square Mile on Sherbrooke Street. The museum is spread across 5 pavilions. The permanent collection of the museum houses 44,000 works. The museum has further been expanded to collections of fine arts and encyclopedia works. Some important people of the Canadian community also donated several gifts to the museum which now add to the collection of the museum.

Travelling to Montreal, Canada

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Montreal is the most populated city of the Canadian province and the second most populated in Canada. It has been named after Mount Royal which is a three-peeked hill at the center of the city. The city is located in the heart of the Island Montreal. The city stayed the financial and industrial capital of Canada for a century and a half. The Montreal metro has artworks of some of the biggest names in the culture of Quebec. RESO or The Underground City is one of the most important tourist attractions. The Mount Royal is the site of Mount Royal Park. The park has 2 belvederes. The mountain houses 2 major cemeteries. The city is also the second largest economy of the Canadian cities on the basis of GDP.

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Montreal Travel Tips & Guide

How to Get Tickets?

The best way to go around Montreal is on foot as the city is walkable with clean and efficient street structure. However, if you get tired, instead of going for buses or taxis, go for the Montreal Metro which is cost-efficient and easy to access.

How To Get Around?

The best way to go around Montreal is on foot as the city is walkable with clean and efficient street structure. However, if you get tired, instead of going for buses or taxis, go for the Montreal Metro which is cost-efficient and easy to access.

What Should I Wear?

The Summer can be warm and it is also the time for the Jazz festival in the city so do not forget to pack some fancy clothes and footwear along with casual ones for day trips to museums and parks. For girls, skirts will make you blend in the crowd and you can pair it with a bright colored polo collar top with matching platform heels. Winters are chilly, so pack a lot of warm clothes. Boys can wear casual shirts with faded denim bottoms, and lightweight shoes.

Montreal Tourism Facts

Best Time to Visit

Summers are the tourist season of the city and also the time when the city hosts the Jazz festival. So the better months will be from March to May and if you are a fan of skiing, then September to November is the apt time as there is a lot of snowfall.

Currency

Canadian Dollar

Will I Need a Guide?

The website will be your guide throughout your trip. A local guide will not be needful.

How To Get There?

Toronto is nearby Montreal and a lot of buses follow the route to the same as the Mega bus and the Greyhound Canada. You can also opt for flights from the Air Canada, West Jet and Porter airlines. Toronto Person International airport also offers a 30-minute flight to Montreal.

Additional Info

Keep your cash and important travel documents intact with you all the time. Stay aware of pickpockets and inform the local authorities in case of a problem.