Montréal Museum of Fine Arts
Established in 1860, this Montréal institution was one of the first museums to build such an extensive collection of works in North America.
The Montréal Museum of Fine Arts is one of the finest museums in the city. It includes collections of contemporary and classical Canadian art, European art, and decorative and Inuit art. The Michal and Renata Hornstein Pavilion for Peace is spread across six levels and features 750 pieces of artwork that span from the Middle Ages to today.
Exhibition spaces presents shows ranging from classical painters to modernist designers to the world of fashion.