Montreal Events Calendar

Immerse yourself in the vibrant, cosmopolitan flavour and spirit of Montreal with year-round activities and seasonal events. From concerts and cultural festivals to holiday celebrations, sporting events and more, you’ll find the best of the city just moments from LHotel Montreal. View our Montreal events calendar, and check back often!

  • francofolies

    Francofolies de Montreal

    And for anyone who thinks that turning 30 means we’re going to calm down… you’ve got another think coming! When the very first edition of the Francos was launched 30 years ago, the goal was to assemble…
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  • The Montreal Chamber Music Festival Mission

    THE MONTREAL CHAMBER MUSIC FESTIVAL MISSION To present uncompromising excellence in chamber music performance be it classical, jazz or other genres. To feature internationally renowned artists and…
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  • The bid fashion sale by quebec designers

    The big Fashion Sale by Quebec Designers

    The Big Fashion Sale by Quebec Designers (also known as the Braderie) is a well established, popular semi-annual shopping event (some people even call it "the mecca of fashionistas"). Begun in 1994 with…
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  • Queens of Egypt

    Queens of Egypt

    Travel back in time to ancient Egypt—to the days of the Egyptian Empire, some 3,500 years ago—where you will meet women whose remarkable destiny saw them become the wives, mothers, and daughters of pharaohs!…
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  • Montreal digital spring

    Montreal Digital Spring

    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective imagination. Architectural installations, interactive exhibitions, and contemporary creations…
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  • fikas

    FIKA(S)

    Montreal, October 26, 2017 – After two much appreciated editions in 2016 and 2017, the Immersive Festival of Scandinavian Kultur and Art – FIKA(S) will be back in April 2018 with two musical events as…
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  • Leonard Cohen

    LEONARD COHEN - A Crack in Everything

    An exhibition of international scope presented as part of the festivities for Montréal’s 375th anniversary. This multidisciplinary exhibition offers the public a collection of brand-new works commissioned…
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  • Butterflies

    Butterflies Go Free

    Enjoy a natural refuge where you can discover butterflies’ habitat and learn how to create your own beautiful, inviting butterfly garden. As you step inside the Reception Centre at the Jardin botanique,…
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  • Saturday Night Fever

    Saturday Night Fever

    Saturday Night Fever is a unique entertainment event that has already seduced critics and impressed nearly 60,000 spectators at Le Capitole, notably for its elaborate dance numbers and high-tech special…
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  • Le richmond

    Sugar Shake Brunch

    Come experience the sugar shack brunch, the urban experience in the heart of Griffintown.

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  • Monster spectacular

    MONSTER SPECTACULAR XXIV

    At the Olympic Stadium - Montreal

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  • Le richmond

    Sugar Shake Brunch

    09/03/2018

    Come experience the sugar shack brunch, the urban experience in the heart of Griffintown.

  • Le richmond

    Sugar Shake Brunch

    10/03/2018

    Come experience the sugar shack brunch, the urban experience in the heart of Griffintown.

  • Le richmond

    Sugar Shake Brunch

    16/03/2018

    Come experience the sugar shack brunch, the urban experience in the heart of Griffintown.

  • Le richmond

    Sugar Shake Brunch

    17/03/2018

    Come experience the sugar shack brunch, the urban experience in the heart of Griffintown.

  • Montreal digital spring

    Montreal Digital Spring

    22/03/2018
    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective…
  • Leonard Cohen

    LEONARD COHEN - A Crack in Everything

    22/03/2018
    An exhibition of international scope presented as part of the festivities for Montréal’s 375th anniversary.…
  • Butterflies

    Butterflies Go Free

    22/03/2018
    Enjoy a natural refuge where you can discover butterflies’ habitat and learn how to create your own…
  • Montreal digital spring

    Montreal Digital Spring

    23/03/2018
    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective…
  • Leonard Cohen

    LEONARD COHEN - A Crack in Everything

    23/03/2018
    An exhibition of international scope presented as part of the festivities for Montréal’s 375th anniversary.…
  • Butterflies

    Butterflies Go Free

    23/03/2018
    Enjoy a natural refuge where you can discover butterflies’ habitat and learn how to create your own…
  • Le richmond

    Sugar Shake Brunch

    23/03/2018

    Come experience the sugar shack brunch, the urban experience in the heart of Griffintown.

  • Montreal digital spring

    Montreal Digital Spring

    24/03/2018
    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective…
  • Leonard Cohen

    LEONARD COHEN - A Crack in Everything

    24/03/2018
    An exhibition of international scope presented as part of the festivities for Montréal’s 375th anniversary.…
  • Butterflies

    Butterflies Go Free

    24/03/2018
    Enjoy a natural refuge where you can discover butterflies’ habitat and learn how to create your own…
  • Le richmond

    Sugar Shake Brunch

    24/03/2018

    Come experience the sugar shack brunch, the urban experience in the heart of Griffintown.

  • Montreal digital spring

    Montreal Digital Spring

    26/03/2018
    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective…
  • Leonard Cohen

    LEONARD COHEN - A Crack in Everything

    26/03/2018
    An exhibition of international scope presented as part of the festivities for Montréal’s 375th anniversary.…
  • Butterflies

    Butterflies Go Free

    26/03/2018
    Enjoy a natural refuge where you can discover butterflies’ habitat and learn how to create your own…
  • Montreal digital spring

    Montreal Digital Spring

    27/03/2018
    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective…
  • Leonard Cohen

    LEONARD COHEN - A Crack in Everything

    27/03/2018
    An exhibition of international scope presented as part of the festivities for Montréal’s 375th anniversary.…
  • Butterflies

    Butterflies Go Free

    27/03/2018
    Enjoy a natural refuge where you can discover butterflies’ habitat and learn how to create your own…
  • Saturday Night Fever

    Saturday Night Fever

    27/03/2018
    Saturday Night Fever is a unique entertainment event that has already seduced critics and impressed…
  • Montreal digital spring

    Montreal Digital Spring

    28/03/2018
    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective…
  • Leonard Cohen

    LEONARD COHEN - A Crack in Everything

    28/03/2018
    An exhibition of international scope presented as part of the festivities for Montréal’s 375th anniversary.…
  • Butterflies

    Butterflies Go Free

    28/03/2018
    Enjoy a natural refuge where you can discover butterflies’ habitat and learn how to create your own…
  • Saturday Night Fever

    Saturday Night Fever

    28/03/2018
    Saturday Night Fever is a unique entertainment event that has already seduced critics and impressed…
  • Montreal digital spring

    Montreal Digital Spring

    29/03/2018
    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective…
  • Leonard Cohen

    LEONARD COHEN - A Crack in Everything

    29/03/2018
    An exhibition of international scope presented as part of the festivities for Montréal’s 375th anniversary.…
  • Butterflies

    Butterflies Go Free

    29/03/2018
    Enjoy a natural refuge where you can discover butterflies’ habitat and learn how to create your own…
  • Saturday Night Fever

    Saturday Night Fever

    29/03/2018
    Saturday Night Fever is a unique entertainment event that has already seduced critics and impressed…
  • Montreal digital spring

    Montreal Digital Spring

    30/03/2018
    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective…
  • Leonard Cohen

    LEONARD COHEN - A Crack in Everything

    30/03/2018
    An exhibition of international scope presented as part of the festivities for Montréal’s 375th anniversary.…
  • Butterflies

    Butterflies Go Free

    30/03/2018
    Enjoy a natural refuge where you can discover butterflies’ habitat and learn how to create your own…
  • Saturday Night Fever

    Saturday Night Fever

    30/03/2018
    Saturday Night Fever is a unique entertainment event that has already seduced critics and impressed…
  • Le richmond

    Sugar Shake Brunch

    30/03/2018

    Come experience the sugar shack brunch, the urban experience in the heart of Griffintown.

  • Montreal digital spring

    Montreal Digital Spring

    31/03/2018
    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective…
  • Leonard Cohen

    LEONARD COHEN - A Crack in Everything

    31/03/2018
    An exhibition of international scope presented as part of the festivities for Montréal’s 375th anniversary.…
  • Saturday Night Fever

    Saturday Night Fever

    31/03/2018
    Saturday Night Fever is a unique entertainment event that has already seduced critics and impressed…
  • Montreal digital spring

    Montreal Digital Spring

    01/04/2018
    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective…
  • Montreal digital spring

    Montreal Digital Spring

    02/04/2018
    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective…
  • Butterflies

    Butterflies Go Free

    02/04/2018
    Enjoy a natural refuge where you can discover butterflies’ habitat and learn how to create your own…
  • Montreal digital spring

    Montreal Digital Spring

    03/04/2018
    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective…
  • fikas

    FIKA(S)

    03/04/2018
    Montreal, October 26, 2017 – After two much appreciated editions in 2016 and 2017, the Immersive Festival…
  • Butterflies

    Butterflies Go Free

    03/04/2018
    Enjoy a natural refuge where you can discover butterflies’ habitat and learn how to create your own…
  • Montreal digital spring

    Montreal Digital Spring

    04/04/2018
    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective…
  • fikas

    FIKA(S)

    04/04/2018
    Montreal, October 26, 2017 – After two much appreciated editions in 2016 and 2017, the Immersive Festival…
  • Butterflies

    Butterflies Go Free

    04/04/2018
    Enjoy a natural refuge where you can discover butterflies’ habitat and learn how to create your own…
  • Montreal digital spring

    Montreal Digital Spring

    05/04/2018
    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective…
  • fikas

    FIKA(S)

    05/04/2018
    Montreal, October 26, 2017 – After two much appreciated editions in 2016 and 2017, the Immersive Festival…
  • Butterflies

    Butterflies Go Free

    05/04/2018
    Enjoy a natural refuge where you can discover butterflies’ habitat and learn how to create your own…
  • Montreal digital spring

    Montreal Digital Spring

    06/04/2018
    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective…
  • fikas

    FIKA(S)

    06/04/2018
    Montreal, October 26, 2017 – After two much appreciated editions in 2016 and 2017, the Immersive Festival…
  • Butterflies

    Butterflies Go Free

    06/04/2018
    Enjoy a natural refuge where you can discover butterflies’ habitat and learn how to create your own…
  • Monster spectacular

    MONSTER SPECTACULAR XXIV

    06/04/2018

    At the Olympic Stadium - Montreal

  • Montreal digital spring

    Montreal Digital Spring

    07/04/2018
    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective…
  • fikas

    FIKA(S)

    07/04/2018
    Montreal, October 26, 2017 – After two much appreciated editions in 2016 and 2017, the Immersive Festival…
  • Butterflies

    Butterflies Go Free

    07/04/2018
    Enjoy a natural refuge where you can discover butterflies’ habitat and learn how to create your own…
  • Montreal digital spring

    Montreal Digital Spring

    08/04/2018
    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective…
  • Queens of Egypt

    Queens of Egypt

    09/04/2018
    Travel back in time to ancient Egypt—to the days of the Egyptian Empire, some 3,500 years ago—where…
  • Montreal digital spring

    Montreal Digital Spring

    09/04/2018
    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective…
  • fikas

    FIKA(S)

    09/04/2018
    Montreal, October 26, 2017 – After two much appreciated editions in 2016 and 2017, the Immersive Festival…
  • Butterflies

    Butterflies Go Free

    09/04/2018
    Enjoy a natural refuge where you can discover butterflies’ habitat and learn how to create your own…
  • Queens of Egypt

    Queens of Egypt

    10/04/2018
    Travel back in time to ancient Egypt—to the days of the Egyptian Empire, some 3,500 years ago—where…
  • Montreal digital spring

    Montreal Digital Spring

    10/04/2018
    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective…
  • fikas

    FIKA(S)

    10/04/2018
    Montreal, October 26, 2017 – After two much appreciated editions in 2016 and 2017, the Immersive Festival…
  • Butterflies

    Butterflies Go Free

    10/04/2018
    Enjoy a natural refuge where you can discover butterflies’ habitat and learn how to create your own…
  • Queens of Egypt

    Queens of Egypt

    11/04/2018
    Travel back in time to ancient Egypt—to the days of the Egyptian Empire, some 3,500 years ago—where…
  • Montreal digital spring

    Montreal Digital Spring

    11/04/2018
    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective…
  • fikas

    FIKA(S)

    11/04/2018
    Montreal, October 26, 2017 – After two much appreciated editions in 2016 and 2017, the Immersive Festival…
  • Butterflies

    Butterflies Go Free

    11/04/2018
    Enjoy a natural refuge where you can discover butterflies’ habitat and learn how to create your own…
  • The bid fashion sale by quebec designers

    The big Fashion Sale by Quebec Designers

    12/04/2018
    The Big Fashion Sale by Quebec Designers (also known as the Braderie) is a well established, popular…
  • Queens of Egypt

    Queens of Egypt

    12/04/2018
    Travel back in time to ancient Egypt—to the days of the Egyptian Empire, some 3,500 years ago—where…
  • Montreal digital spring

    Montreal Digital Spring

    12/04/2018
    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective…
  • fikas

    FIKA(S)

    12/04/2018
    Montreal, October 26, 2017 – After two much appreciated editions in 2016 and 2017, the Immersive Festival…
  • Butterflies

    Butterflies Go Free

    12/04/2018
    Enjoy a natural refuge where you can discover butterflies’ habitat and learn how to create your own…
  • The bid fashion sale by quebec designers

    The big Fashion Sale by Quebec Designers

    13/04/2018
    The Big Fashion Sale by Quebec Designers (also known as the Braderie) is a well established, popular…
  • Queens of Egypt

    Queens of Egypt

    13/04/2018
    Travel back in time to ancient Egypt—to the days of the Egyptian Empire, some 3,500 years ago—where…
  • Montreal digital spring

    Montreal Digital Spring

    13/04/2018
    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective…
  • fikas

    FIKA(S)

    13/04/2018
    Montreal, October 26, 2017 – After two much appreciated editions in 2016 and 2017, the Immersive Festival…
  • Butterflies

    Butterflies Go Free

    13/04/2018
    Enjoy a natural refuge where you can discover butterflies’ habitat and learn how to create your own…
  • The bid fashion sale by quebec designers

    The big Fashion Sale by Quebec Designers

    14/04/2018
    The Big Fashion Sale by Quebec Designers (also known as the Braderie) is a well established, popular…
  • Queens of Egypt

    Queens of Egypt

    14/04/2018
    Travel back in time to ancient Egypt—to the days of the Egyptian Empire, some 3,500 years ago—where…
  • Montreal digital spring

    Montreal Digital Spring

    14/04/2018
    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective…
  • fikas

    FIKA(S)

    14/04/2018
    Montreal, October 26, 2017 – After two much appreciated editions in 2016 and 2017, the Immersive Festival…
  • Butterflies

    Butterflies Go Free

    14/04/2018
    Enjoy a natural refuge where you can discover butterflies’ habitat and learn how to create your own…
  • Montreal digital spring

    Montreal Digital Spring

    15/04/2018
    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective…
  • fikas

    FIKA(S)

    15/04/2018
    Montreal, October 26, 2017 – After two much appreciated editions in 2016 and 2017, the Immersive Festival…
  • Queens of Egypt

    Queens of Egypt

    16/04/2018
    Travel back in time to ancient Egypt—to the days of the Egyptian Empire, some 3,500 years ago—where…
  • Montreal digital spring

    Montreal Digital Spring

    16/04/2018
    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective…
  • fikas

    FIKA(S)

    16/04/2018
    Montreal, October 26, 2017 – After two much appreciated editions in 2016 and 2017, the Immersive Festival…
  • Butterflies

    Butterflies Go Free

    16/04/2018
    Enjoy a natural refuge where you can discover butterflies’ habitat and learn how to create your own…
  • Queens of Egypt

    Queens of Egypt

    17/04/2018
    Travel back in time to ancient Egypt—to the days of the Egyptian Empire, some 3,500 years ago—where…
  • Montreal digital spring

    Montreal Digital Spring

    17/04/2018
    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective…
  • fikas

    FIKA(S)

    17/04/2018
    Montreal, October 26, 2017 – After two much appreciated editions in 2016 and 2017, the Immersive Festival…
  • Butterflies

    Butterflies Go Free

    17/04/2018
    Enjoy a natural refuge where you can discover butterflies’ habitat and learn how to create your own…
  • Queens of Egypt

    Queens of Egypt

    18/04/2018
    Travel back in time to ancient Egypt—to the days of the Egyptian Empire, some 3,500 years ago—where…
  • Montreal digital spring

    Montreal Digital Spring

    18/04/2018
    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective…
  • fikas

    FIKA(S)

    18/04/2018
    Montreal, October 26, 2017 – After two much appreciated editions in 2016 and 2017, the Immersive Festival…
  • Butterflies

    Butterflies Go Free

    18/04/2018
    Enjoy a natural refuge where you can discover butterflies’ habitat and learn how to create your own…
  • Queens of Egypt

    Queens of Egypt

    19/04/2018
    Travel back in time to ancient Egypt—to the days of the Egyptian Empire, some 3,500 years ago—where…
  • Montreal digital spring

    Montreal Digital Spring

    19/04/2018
    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective…
  • fikas

    FIKA(S)

    19/04/2018
    Montreal, October 26, 2017 – After two much appreciated editions in 2016 and 2017, the Immersive Festival…
  • Butterflies

    Butterflies Go Free

    19/04/2018
    Enjoy a natural refuge where you can discover butterflies’ habitat and learn how to create your own…
  • Queens of Egypt

    Queens of Egypt

    20/04/2018
    Travel back in time to ancient Egypt—to the days of the Egyptian Empire, some 3,500 years ago—where…
  • Montreal digital spring

    Montreal Digital Spring

    20/04/2018
    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective…
  • fikas

    FIKA(S)

    20/04/2018
    Montreal, October 26, 2017 – After two much appreciated editions in 2016 and 2017, the Immersive Festival…
  • Butterflies

    Butterflies Go Free

    20/04/2018
    Enjoy a natural refuge where you can discover butterflies’ habitat and learn how to create your own…
  • Queens of Egypt

    Queens of Egypt

    21/04/2018
    Travel back in time to ancient Egypt—to the days of the Egyptian Empire, some 3,500 years ago—where…
  • Montreal digital spring

    Montreal Digital Spring

    21/04/2018
    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective…
  • fikas

    FIKA(S)

    21/04/2018
    Montreal, October 26, 2017 – After two much appreciated editions in 2016 and 2017, the Immersive Festival…
  • Butterflies

    Butterflies Go Free

    21/04/2018
    Enjoy a natural refuge where you can discover butterflies’ habitat and learn how to create your own…
  • Montreal digital spring

    Montreal Digital Spring

    22/04/2018
    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective…
  • fikas

    FIKA(S)

    22/04/2018
    Montreal, October 26, 2017 – After two much appreciated editions in 2016 and 2017, the Immersive Festival…
  • Queens of Egypt

    Queens of Egypt

    23/04/2018
    Travel back in time to ancient Egypt—to the days of the Egyptian Empire, some 3,500 years ago—where…
  • Montreal digital spring

    Montreal Digital Spring

    23/04/2018
    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective…
  • fikas

    FIKA(S)

    23/04/2018
    Montreal, October 26, 2017 – After two much appreciated editions in 2016 and 2017, the Immersive Festival…
  • Butterflies

    Butterflies Go Free

    23/04/2018
    Enjoy a natural refuge where you can discover butterflies’ habitat and learn how to create your own…
  • Queens of Egypt

    Queens of Egypt

    24/04/2018
    Travel back in time to ancient Egypt—to the days of the Egyptian Empire, some 3,500 years ago—where…
  • Montreal digital spring

    Montreal Digital Spring

    24/04/2018
    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective…
  • fikas

    FIKA(S)

    24/04/2018
    Montreal, October 26, 2017 – After two much appreciated editions in 2016 and 2017, the Immersive Festival…
  • Butterflies

    Butterflies Go Free

    24/04/2018
    Enjoy a natural refuge where you can discover butterflies’ habitat and learn how to create your own…
  • Queens of Egypt

    Queens of Egypt

    25/04/2018
    Travel back in time to ancient Egypt—to the days of the Egyptian Empire, some 3,500 years ago—where…
  • Montreal digital spring

    Montreal Digital Spring

    25/04/2018
    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective…
  • fikas

    FIKA(S)

    25/04/2018
    Montreal, October 26, 2017 – After two much appreciated editions in 2016 and 2017, the Immersive Festival…
  • Butterflies

    Butterflies Go Free

    25/04/2018
    Enjoy a natural refuge where you can discover butterflies’ habitat and learn how to create your own…
  • Queens of Egypt

    Queens of Egypt

    26/04/2018
    Travel back in time to ancient Egypt—to the days of the Egyptian Empire, some 3,500 years ago—where…
  • Montreal digital spring

    Montreal Digital Spring

    26/04/2018
    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective…
  • fikas

    FIKA(S)

    26/04/2018
    Montreal, October 26, 2017 – After two much appreciated editions in 2016 and 2017, the Immersive Festival…
  • Butterflies

    Butterflies Go Free

    26/04/2018
    Enjoy a natural refuge where you can discover butterflies’ habitat and learn how to create your own…
  • Queens of Egypt

    Queens of Egypt

    27/04/2018
    Travel back in time to ancient Egypt—to the days of the Egyptian Empire, some 3,500 years ago—where…
  • Montreal digital spring

    Montreal Digital Spring

    27/04/2018
    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective…
  • fikas

    FIKA(S)

    27/04/2018
    Montreal, October 26, 2017 – After two much appreciated editions in 2016 and 2017, the Immersive Festival…
  • Butterflies

    Butterflies Go Free

    27/04/2018
    Enjoy a natural refuge where you can discover butterflies’ habitat and learn how to create your own…
  • Queens of Egypt

    Queens of Egypt

    28/04/2018
    Travel back in time to ancient Egypt—to the days of the Egyptian Empire, some 3,500 years ago—where…
  • Montreal digital spring

    Montreal Digital Spring

    28/04/2018
    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective…
  • fikas

    FIKA(S)

    28/04/2018
    Montreal, October 26, 2017 – After two much appreciated editions in 2016 and 2017, the Immersive Festival…
  • Butterflies

    Butterflies Go Free

    28/04/2018
    Enjoy a natural refuge where you can discover butterflies’ habitat and learn how to create your own…
  • Montreal digital spring

    Montreal Digital Spring

    29/04/2018
    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective…
  • Queens of Egypt

    Queens of Egypt

    30/04/2018
    Travel back in time to ancient Egypt—to the days of the Egyptian Empire, some 3,500 years ago—where…
  • Montreal digital spring

    Montreal Digital Spring

    30/04/2018
    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective…
  • Queens of Egypt

    Queens of Egypt

    01/05/2018
    Travel back in time to ancient Egypt—to the days of the Egyptian Empire, some 3,500 years ago—where…
  • Montreal digital spring

    Montreal Digital Spring

    01/05/2018
    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective…
  • Queens of Egypt

    Queens of Egypt

    02/05/2018
    Travel back in time to ancient Egypt—to the days of the Egyptian Empire, some 3,500 years ago—where…
  • Montreal digital spring

    Montreal Digital Spring

    02/05/2018
    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective…
  • Queens of Egypt

    Queens of Egypt

    03/05/2018
    Travel back in time to ancient Egypt—to the days of the Egyptian Empire, some 3,500 years ago—where…
  • Montreal digital spring

    Montreal Digital Spring

    03/05/2018
    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective…
  • Queens of Egypt

    Queens of Egypt

    04/05/2018
    Travel back in time to ancient Egypt—to the days of the Egyptian Empire, some 3,500 years ago—where…
  • Montreal digital spring

    Montreal Digital Spring

    04/05/2018
    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective…
  • Queens of Egypt

    Queens of Egypt

    05/05/2018
    Travel back in time to ancient Egypt—to the days of the Egyptian Empire, some 3,500 years ago—where…
  • Montreal digital spring

    Montreal Digital Spring

    05/05/2018
    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective…
  • Montreal digital spring

    Montreal Digital Spring

    06/05/2018
    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective…
  • Queens of Egypt

    Queens of Egypt

    07/05/2018
    Travel back in time to ancient Egypt—to the days of the Egyptian Empire, some 3,500 years ago—where…
  • Montreal digital spring

    Montreal Digital Spring

    07/05/2018
    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective…
  • Queens of Egypt

    Queens of Egypt

    08/05/2018
    Travel back in time to ancient Egypt—to the days of the Egyptian Empire, some 3,500 years ago—where…
  • Montreal digital spring

    Montreal Digital Spring

    08/05/2018
    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective…
  • Queens of Egypt

    Queens of Egypt

    09/05/2018
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    Queens of Egypt

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    Travel back in time to ancient Egypt—to the days of the Egyptian Empire, some 3,500 years ago—where…
  • Queens of Egypt

    Queens of Egypt

    29/08/2018
    Travel back in time to ancient Egypt—to the days of the Egyptian Empire, some 3,500 years ago—where…
  • Queens of Egypt

    Queens of Egypt

    30/08/2018
    Travel back in time to ancient Egypt—to the days of the Egyptian Empire, some 3,500 years ago—where…
  • Queens of Egypt

    Queens of Egypt

    31/08/2018
    Travel back in time to ancient Egypt—to the days of the Egyptian Empire, some 3,500 years ago—where…
  • Queens of Egypt

    Queens of Egypt

    01/09/2018
    Travel back in time to ancient Egypt—to the days of the Egyptian Empire, some 3,500 years ago—where…
  • Queens of Egypt

    Queens of Egypt

    03/09/2018
    Travel back in time to ancient Egypt—to the days of the Egyptian Empire, some 3,500 years ago—where…
  • Sugar Shake Brunch

    09/03/2018

    Come experience the sugar shack brunch, the urban experience in the heart of Griffintown.

  • Sugar Shake Brunch

    10/03/2018

    Come experience the sugar shack brunch, the urban experience in the heart of Griffintown.

  • Sugar Shake Brunch

    16/03/2018

    Come experience the sugar shack brunch, the urban experience in the heart of Griffintown.

  • Sugar Shake Brunch

    17/03/2018

    Come experience the sugar shack brunch, the urban experience in the heart of Griffintown.

  • Montreal Digital Spring

    22/03/2018

    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective imagination. Architectural installations, interactive exhibitions, and contemporary creations combining disciplines and artistic currents, among others, are up for the offering for Montrealers and tourists alike.


  • LEONARD COHEN - A Crack in Everything

    22/03/2018

    An exhibition of international scope presented as part of the festivities for Montréal’s 375th anniversary. This multidisciplinary exhibition offers the public a collection of brand-new works commissioned from and created by local and international artists who were inspired by the great master’s style and recurring themes. These artists represent the visual arts, performance art, music, the written word and film, thus providing visitors with a dynamic, participative and immersive experience.

  • Butterflies Go Free

    22/03/2018

    Enjoy a natural refuge where you can discover butterflies’ habitat and learn how to create your own beautiful, inviting butterfly garden.

    As you step inside the Reception Centre at the Jardin botanique, you’ll be greeted by a kinetic sculpture by artist Andrea Williamson, a piece bridging human activities and the well-being and vitality of the other species that share our planet. A chair is covered with tiny motorized butterflies whose wings are programmed to flap in correlation with the city’s monitored air pollution levels. The healthier the air, the more active the butterflies. Don’t miss it!

    Once you reach the Main Exhibition Greenhouse, you’re sure to be dazzled by the thousands of colourful, shimmering butterflies flitting about. The 21st edition of Butterflies Go Free is spotlighting butterflies’ relationship with their habitat. Join the Insectarium’s science educators and learn how to create inviting surroundings for butterflies and recreate the magic of Butterflies Go Free in your own garden. It’s a great way to better share our habitat with local butterflies and to “better dwell on our planet,” together!

  • Montreal Digital Spring

    23/03/2018

    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective imagination. Architectural installations, interactive exhibitions, and contemporary creations combining disciplines and artistic currents, among others, are up for the offering for Montrealers and tourists alike.


  • LEONARD COHEN - A Crack in Everything

    23/03/2018

    An exhibition of international scope presented as part of the festivities for Montréal’s 375th anniversary. This multidisciplinary exhibition offers the public a collection of brand-new works commissioned from and created by local and international artists who were inspired by the great master’s style and recurring themes. These artists represent the visual arts, performance art, music, the written word and film, thus providing visitors with a dynamic, participative and immersive experience.

  • Butterflies Go Free

    23/03/2018

    Enjoy a natural refuge where you can discover butterflies’ habitat and learn how to create your own beautiful, inviting butterfly garden.

    As you step inside the Reception Centre at the Jardin botanique, you’ll be greeted by a kinetic sculpture by artist Andrea Williamson, a piece bridging human activities and the well-being and vitality of the other species that share our planet. A chair is covered with tiny motorized butterflies whose wings are programmed to flap in correlation with the city’s monitored air pollution levels. The healthier the air, the more active the butterflies. Don’t miss it!

    Once you reach the Main Exhibition Greenhouse, you’re sure to be dazzled by the thousands of colourful, shimmering butterflies flitting about. The 21st edition of Butterflies Go Free is spotlighting butterflies’ relationship with their habitat. Join the Insectarium’s science educators and learn how to create inviting surroundings for butterflies and recreate the magic of Butterflies Go Free in your own garden. It’s a great way to better share our habitat with local butterflies and to “better dwell on our planet,” together!

  • Sugar Shake Brunch

    23/03/2018

    Come experience the sugar shack brunch, the urban experience in the heart of Griffintown.

  • Montreal Digital Spring

    24/03/2018

    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective imagination. Architectural installations, interactive exhibitions, and contemporary creations combining disciplines and artistic currents, among others, are up for the offering for Montrealers and tourists alike.


  • LEONARD COHEN - A Crack in Everything

    24/03/2018

    An exhibition of international scope presented as part of the festivities for Montréal’s 375th anniversary. This multidisciplinary exhibition offers the public a collection of brand-new works commissioned from and created by local and international artists who were inspired by the great master’s style and recurring themes. These artists represent the visual arts, performance art, music, the written word and film, thus providing visitors with a dynamic, participative and immersive experience.

  • Butterflies Go Free

    24/03/2018

    Enjoy a natural refuge where you can discover butterflies’ habitat and learn how to create your own beautiful, inviting butterfly garden.

    As you step inside the Reception Centre at the Jardin botanique, you’ll be greeted by a kinetic sculpture by artist Andrea Williamson, a piece bridging human activities and the well-being and vitality of the other species that share our planet. A chair is covered with tiny motorized butterflies whose wings are programmed to flap in correlation with the city’s monitored air pollution levels. The healthier the air, the more active the butterflies. Don’t miss it!

    Once you reach the Main Exhibition Greenhouse, you’re sure to be dazzled by the thousands of colourful, shimmering butterflies flitting about. The 21st edition of Butterflies Go Free is spotlighting butterflies’ relationship with their habitat. Join the Insectarium’s science educators and learn how to create inviting surroundings for butterflies and recreate the magic of Butterflies Go Free in your own garden. It’s a great way to better share our habitat with local butterflies and to “better dwell on our planet,” together!

  • Sugar Shake Brunch

    24/03/2018

    Come experience the sugar shack brunch, the urban experience in the heart of Griffintown.

  • Montreal Digital Spring

    26/03/2018

    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective imagination. Architectural installations, interactive exhibitions, and contemporary creations combining disciplines and artistic currents, among others, are up for the offering for Montrealers and tourists alike.


  • LEONARD COHEN - A Crack in Everything

    26/03/2018

    An exhibition of international scope presented as part of the festivities for Montréal’s 375th anniversary. This multidisciplinary exhibition offers the public a collection of brand-new works commissioned from and created by local and international artists who were inspired by the great master’s style and recurring themes. These artists represent the visual arts, performance art, music, the written word and film, thus providing visitors with a dynamic, participative and immersive experience.

  • Butterflies Go Free

    26/03/2018

    Enjoy a natural refuge where you can discover butterflies’ habitat and learn how to create your own beautiful, inviting butterfly garden.

    As you step inside the Reception Centre at the Jardin botanique, you’ll be greeted by a kinetic sculpture by artist Andrea Williamson, a piece bridging human activities and the well-being and vitality of the other species that share our planet. A chair is covered with tiny motorized butterflies whose wings are programmed to flap in correlation with the city’s monitored air pollution levels. The healthier the air, the more active the butterflies. Don’t miss it!

    Once you reach the Main Exhibition Greenhouse, you’re sure to be dazzled by the thousands of colourful, shimmering butterflies flitting about. The 21st edition of Butterflies Go Free is spotlighting butterflies’ relationship with their habitat. Join the Insectarium’s science educators and learn how to create inviting surroundings for butterflies and recreate the magic of Butterflies Go Free in your own garden. It’s a great way to better share our habitat with local butterflies and to “better dwell on our planet,” together!

  • Montreal Digital Spring

    27/03/2018

    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective imagination. Architectural installations, interactive exhibitions, and contemporary creations combining disciplines and artistic currents, among others, are up for the offering for Montrealers and tourists alike.


  • LEONARD COHEN - A Crack in Everything

    27/03/2018

    An exhibition of international scope presented as part of the festivities for Montréal’s 375th anniversary. This multidisciplinary exhibition offers the public a collection of brand-new works commissioned from and created by local and international artists who were inspired by the great master’s style and recurring themes. These artists represent the visual arts, performance art, music, the written word and film, thus providing visitors with a dynamic, participative and immersive experience.

  • Butterflies Go Free

    27/03/2018

    Enjoy a natural refuge where you can discover butterflies’ habitat and learn how to create your own beautiful, inviting butterfly garden.

    As you step inside the Reception Centre at the Jardin botanique, you’ll be greeted by a kinetic sculpture by artist Andrea Williamson, a piece bridging human activities and the well-being and vitality of the other species that share our planet. A chair is covered with tiny motorized butterflies whose wings are programmed to flap in correlation with the city’s monitored air pollution levels. The healthier the air, the more active the butterflies. Don’t miss it!

    Once you reach the Main Exhibition Greenhouse, you’re sure to be dazzled by the thousands of colourful, shimmering butterflies flitting about. The 21st edition of Butterflies Go Free is spotlighting butterflies’ relationship with their habitat. Join the Insectarium’s science educators and learn how to create inviting surroundings for butterflies and recreate the magic of Butterflies Go Free in your own garden. It’s a great way to better share our habitat with local butterflies and to “better dwell on our planet,” together!

  • Saturday Night Fever

    27/03/2018

    Saturday Night Fever is a unique entertainment event that has already seduced critics and impressed nearly 60,000 spectators at Le Capitole, notably for its elaborate dance numbers and high-tech special effects. Renowned dancer and choreographer Nico Archambault personifies Tony Manero, the mythical character brought to life on screen by John Travolta in the cult movie with the same name, marking an entire generation in 1977.

    Based on the Paramount/RSO movie and the story by Nik Cohn, adapted for the stage by Robert Stigwood and Bill Oakes. / New version arranged and edited by Ryan McBryde, adapted, and presented by Philippe Hersen / Quebec adaptation and co-choreographer Nico Archambault / Soundtrack by Domenico Torti for It’s Fresh

  • Montreal Digital Spring

    28/03/2018

    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective imagination. Architectural installations, interactive exhibitions, and contemporary creations combining disciplines and artistic currents, among others, are up for the offering for Montrealers and tourists alike.


  • LEONARD COHEN - A Crack in Everything

    28/03/2018

    An exhibition of international scope presented as part of the festivities for Montréal’s 375th anniversary. This multidisciplinary exhibition offers the public a collection of brand-new works commissioned from and created by local and international artists who were inspired by the great master’s style and recurring themes. These artists represent the visual arts, performance art, music, the written word and film, thus providing visitors with a dynamic, participative and immersive experience.

  • Butterflies Go Free

    28/03/2018

    Enjoy a natural refuge where you can discover butterflies’ habitat and learn how to create your own beautiful, inviting butterfly garden.

    As you step inside the Reception Centre at the Jardin botanique, you’ll be greeted by a kinetic sculpture by artist Andrea Williamson, a piece bridging human activities and the well-being and vitality of the other species that share our planet. A chair is covered with tiny motorized butterflies whose wings are programmed to flap in correlation with the city’s monitored air pollution levels. The healthier the air, the more active the butterflies. Don’t miss it!

    Once you reach the Main Exhibition Greenhouse, you’re sure to be dazzled by the thousands of colourful, shimmering butterflies flitting about. The 21st edition of Butterflies Go Free is spotlighting butterflies’ relationship with their habitat. Join the Insectarium’s science educators and learn how to create inviting surroundings for butterflies and recreate the magic of Butterflies Go Free in your own garden. It’s a great way to better share our habitat with local butterflies and to “better dwell on our planet,” together!

  • Saturday Night Fever

    28/03/2018

    Saturday Night Fever is a unique entertainment event that has already seduced critics and impressed nearly 60,000 spectators at Le Capitole, notably for its elaborate dance numbers and high-tech special effects. Renowned dancer and choreographer Nico Archambault personifies Tony Manero, the mythical character brought to life on screen by John Travolta in the cult movie with the same name, marking an entire generation in 1977.

    Based on the Paramount/RSO movie and the story by Nik Cohn, adapted for the stage by Robert Stigwood and Bill Oakes. / New version arranged and edited by Ryan McBryde, adapted, and presented by Philippe Hersen / Quebec adaptation and co-choreographer Nico Archambault / Soundtrack by Domenico Torti for It’s Fresh

  • Montreal Digital Spring

    29/03/2018

    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective imagination. Architectural installations, interactive exhibitions, and contemporary creations combining disciplines and artistic currents, among others, are up for the offering for Montrealers and tourists alike.


  • LEONARD COHEN - A Crack in Everything

    29/03/2018

    An exhibition of international scope presented as part of the festivities for Montréal’s 375th anniversary. This multidisciplinary exhibition offers the public a collection of brand-new works commissioned from and created by local and international artists who were inspired by the great master’s style and recurring themes. These artists represent the visual arts, performance art, music, the written word and film, thus providing visitors with a dynamic, participative and immersive experience.

  • Butterflies Go Free

    29/03/2018

    Enjoy a natural refuge where you can discover butterflies’ habitat and learn how to create your own beautiful, inviting butterfly garden.

    As you step inside the Reception Centre at the Jardin botanique, you’ll be greeted by a kinetic sculpture by artist Andrea Williamson, a piece bridging human activities and the well-being and vitality of the other species that share our planet. A chair is covered with tiny motorized butterflies whose wings are programmed to flap in correlation with the city’s monitored air pollution levels. The healthier the air, the more active the butterflies. Don’t miss it!

    Once you reach the Main Exhibition Greenhouse, you’re sure to be dazzled by the thousands of colourful, shimmering butterflies flitting about. The 21st edition of Butterflies Go Free is spotlighting butterflies’ relationship with their habitat. Join the Insectarium’s science educators and learn how to create inviting surroundings for butterflies and recreate the magic of Butterflies Go Free in your own garden. It’s a great way to better share our habitat with local butterflies and to “better dwell on our planet,” together!

  • Saturday Night Fever

    29/03/2018

    Saturday Night Fever is a unique entertainment event that has already seduced critics and impressed nearly 60,000 spectators at Le Capitole, notably for its elaborate dance numbers and high-tech special effects. Renowned dancer and choreographer Nico Archambault personifies Tony Manero, the mythical character brought to life on screen by John Travolta in the cult movie with the same name, marking an entire generation in 1977.

    Based on the Paramount/RSO movie and the story by Nik Cohn, adapted for the stage by Robert Stigwood and Bill Oakes. / New version arranged and edited by Ryan McBryde, adapted, and presented by Philippe Hersen / Quebec adaptation and co-choreographer Nico Archambault / Soundtrack by Domenico Torti for It’s Fresh

  • Montreal Digital Spring

    30/03/2018

    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective imagination. Architectural installations, interactive exhibitions, and contemporary creations combining disciplines and artistic currents, among others, are up for the offering for Montrealers and tourists alike.


  • LEONARD COHEN - A Crack in Everything

    30/03/2018

    An exhibition of international scope presented as part of the festivities for Montréal’s 375th anniversary. This multidisciplinary exhibition offers the public a collection of brand-new works commissioned from and created by local and international artists who were inspired by the great master’s style and recurring themes. These artists represent the visual arts, performance art, music, the written word and film, thus providing visitors with a dynamic, participative and immersive experience.

  • Butterflies Go Free

    30/03/2018

    Enjoy a natural refuge where you can discover butterflies’ habitat and learn how to create your own beautiful, inviting butterfly garden.

    As you step inside the Reception Centre at the Jardin botanique, you’ll be greeted by a kinetic sculpture by artist Andrea Williamson, a piece bridging human activities and the well-being and vitality of the other species that share our planet. A chair is covered with tiny motorized butterflies whose wings are programmed to flap in correlation with the city’s monitored air pollution levels. The healthier the air, the more active the butterflies. Don’t miss it!

    Once you reach the Main Exhibition Greenhouse, you’re sure to be dazzled by the thousands of colourful, shimmering butterflies flitting about. The 21st edition of Butterflies Go Free is spotlighting butterflies’ relationship with their habitat. Join the Insectarium’s science educators and learn how to create inviting surroundings for butterflies and recreate the magic of Butterflies Go Free in your own garden. It’s a great way to better share our habitat with local butterflies and to “better dwell on our planet,” together!

  • Saturday Night Fever

    30/03/2018

    Saturday Night Fever is a unique entertainment event that has already seduced critics and impressed nearly 60,000 spectators at Le Capitole, notably for its elaborate dance numbers and high-tech special effects. Renowned dancer and choreographer Nico Archambault personifies Tony Manero, the mythical character brought to life on screen by John Travolta in the cult movie with the same name, marking an entire generation in 1977.

    Based on the Paramount/RSO movie and the story by Nik Cohn, adapted for the stage by Robert Stigwood and Bill Oakes. / New version arranged and edited by Ryan McBryde, adapted, and presented by Philippe Hersen / Quebec adaptation and co-choreographer Nico Archambault / Soundtrack by Domenico Torti for It’s Fresh

  • Sugar Shake Brunch

    30/03/2018

    Come experience the sugar shack brunch, the urban experience in the heart of Griffintown.

  • Montreal Digital Spring

    31/03/2018

    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective imagination. Architectural installations, interactive exhibitions, and contemporary creations combining disciplines and artistic currents, among others, are up for the offering for Montrealers and tourists alike.


  • LEONARD COHEN - A Crack in Everything

    31/03/2018

    An exhibition of international scope presented as part of the festivities for Montréal’s 375th anniversary. This multidisciplinary exhibition offers the public a collection of brand-new works commissioned from and created by local and international artists who were inspired by the great master’s style and recurring themes. These artists represent the visual arts, performance art, music, the written word and film, thus providing visitors with a dynamic, participative and immersive experience.

  • Saturday Night Fever

    31/03/2018

    Saturday Night Fever is a unique entertainment event that has already seduced critics and impressed nearly 60,000 spectators at Le Capitole, notably for its elaborate dance numbers and high-tech special effects. Renowned dancer and choreographer Nico Archambault personifies Tony Manero, the mythical character brought to life on screen by John Travolta in the cult movie with the same name, marking an entire generation in 1977.

    Based on the Paramount/RSO movie and the story by Nik Cohn, adapted for the stage by Robert Stigwood and Bill Oakes. / New version arranged and edited by Ryan McBryde, adapted, and presented by Philippe Hersen / Quebec adaptation and co-choreographer Nico Archambault / Soundtrack by Domenico Torti for It’s Fresh

  • Montreal Digital Spring

    01/04/2018

    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective imagination. Architectural installations, interactive exhibitions, and contemporary creations combining disciplines and artistic currents, among others, are up for the offering for Montrealers and tourists alike.


  • Montreal Digital Spring

    02/04/2018

    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective imagination. Architectural installations, interactive exhibitions, and contemporary creations combining disciplines and artistic currents, among others, are up for the offering for Montrealers and tourists alike.


  • Butterflies Go Free

    02/04/2018

    Enjoy a natural refuge where you can discover butterflies’ habitat and learn how to create your own beautiful, inviting butterfly garden.

    As you step inside the Reception Centre at the Jardin botanique, you’ll be greeted by a kinetic sculpture by artist Andrea Williamson, a piece bridging human activities and the well-being and vitality of the other species that share our planet. A chair is covered with tiny motorized butterflies whose wings are programmed to flap in correlation with the city’s monitored air pollution levels. The healthier the air, the more active the butterflies. Don’t miss it!

    Once you reach the Main Exhibition Greenhouse, you’re sure to be dazzled by the thousands of colourful, shimmering butterflies flitting about. The 21st edition of Butterflies Go Free is spotlighting butterflies’ relationship with their habitat. Join the Insectarium’s science educators and learn how to create inviting surroundings for butterflies and recreate the magic of Butterflies Go Free in your own garden. It’s a great way to better share our habitat with local butterflies and to “better dwell on our planet,” together!

  • Montreal Digital Spring

    03/04/2018

    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective imagination. Architectural installations, interactive exhibitions, and contemporary creations combining disciplines and artistic currents, among others, are up for the offering for Montrealers and tourists alike.


  • FIKA(S)

    03/04/2018

    Montreal, October 26, 2017 – After two much appreciated editions in 2016 and 2017, the
    Immersive Festival of Scandinavian Kultur and Art – FIKA(S) will be back in April 2018 with two musical events as part of Place des Arts’ Printemps nordique (Nordic Spring). From April 4 to April 29, 2018, Nordic cultures will settle at Place des Arts, where theater, contemporary opera, dance, circus, music and puppet shows will be presented.

  • Butterflies Go Free

    03/04/2018

    Enjoy a natural refuge where you can discover butterflies’ habitat and learn how to create your own beautiful, inviting butterfly garden.

    As you step inside the Reception Centre at the Jardin botanique, you’ll be greeted by a kinetic sculpture by artist Andrea Williamson, a piece bridging human activities and the well-being and vitality of the other species that share our planet. A chair is covered with tiny motorized butterflies whose wings are programmed to flap in correlation with the city’s monitored air pollution levels. The healthier the air, the more active the butterflies. Don’t miss it!

    Once you reach the Main Exhibition Greenhouse, you’re sure to be dazzled by the thousands of colourful, shimmering butterflies flitting about. The 21st edition of Butterflies Go Free is spotlighting butterflies’ relationship with their habitat. Join the Insectarium’s science educators and learn how to create inviting surroundings for butterflies and recreate the magic of Butterflies Go Free in your own garden. It’s a great way to better share our habitat with local butterflies and to “better dwell on our planet,” together!

  • Montreal Digital Spring

    04/04/2018

    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective imagination. Architectural installations, interactive exhibitions, and contemporary creations combining disciplines and artistic currents, among others, are up for the offering for Montrealers and tourists alike.


  • FIKA(S)

    04/04/2018

    Montreal, October 26, 2017 – After two much appreciated editions in 2016 and 2017, the
    Immersive Festival of Scandinavian Kultur and Art – FIKA(S) will be back in April 2018 with two musical events as part of Place des Arts’ Printemps nordique (Nordic Spring). From April 4 to April 29, 2018, Nordic cultures will settle at Place des Arts, where theater, contemporary opera, dance, circus, music and puppet shows will be presented.

  • Butterflies Go Free

    04/04/2018

    Enjoy a natural refuge where you can discover butterflies’ habitat and learn how to create your own beautiful, inviting butterfly garden.

    As you step inside the Reception Centre at the Jardin botanique, you’ll be greeted by a kinetic sculpture by artist Andrea Williamson, a piece bridging human activities and the well-being and vitality of the other species that share our planet. A chair is covered with tiny motorized butterflies whose wings are programmed to flap in correlation with the city’s monitored air pollution levels. The healthier the air, the more active the butterflies. Don’t miss it!

    Once you reach the Main Exhibition Greenhouse, you’re sure to be dazzled by the thousands of colourful, shimmering butterflies flitting about. The 21st edition of Butterflies Go Free is spotlighting butterflies’ relationship with their habitat. Join the Insectarium’s science educators and learn how to create inviting surroundings for butterflies and recreate the magic of Butterflies Go Free in your own garden. It’s a great way to better share our habitat with local butterflies and to “better dwell on our planet,” together!

  • Montreal Digital Spring

    05/04/2018

    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective imagination. Architectural installations, interactive exhibitions, and contemporary creations combining disciplines and artistic currents, among others, are up for the offering for Montrealers and tourists alike.


  • FIKA(S)

    05/04/2018

    Montreal, October 26, 2017 – After two much appreciated editions in 2016 and 2017, the
    Immersive Festival of Scandinavian Kultur and Art – FIKA(S) will be back in April 2018 with two musical events as part of Place des Arts’ Printemps nordique (Nordic Spring). From April 4 to April 29, 2018, Nordic cultures will settle at Place des Arts, where theater, contemporary opera, dance, circus, music and puppet shows will be presented.

  • Butterflies Go Free

    05/04/2018

    Enjoy a natural refuge where you can discover butterflies’ habitat and learn how to create your own beautiful, inviting butterfly garden.

    As you step inside the Reception Centre at the Jardin botanique, you’ll be greeted by a kinetic sculpture by artist Andrea Williamson, a piece bridging human activities and the well-being and vitality of the other species that share our planet. A chair is covered with tiny motorized butterflies whose wings are programmed to flap in correlation with the city’s monitored air pollution levels. The healthier the air, the more active the butterflies. Don’t miss it!

    Once you reach the Main Exhibition Greenhouse, you’re sure to be dazzled by the thousands of colourful, shimmering butterflies flitting about. The 21st edition of Butterflies Go Free is spotlighting butterflies’ relationship with their habitat. Join the Insectarium’s science educators and learn how to create inviting surroundings for butterflies and recreate the magic of Butterflies Go Free in your own garden. It’s a great way to better share our habitat with local butterflies and to “better dwell on our planet,” together!

  • Montreal Digital Spring

    06/04/2018

    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective imagination. Architectural installations, interactive exhibitions, and contemporary creations combining disciplines and artistic currents, among others, are up for the offering for Montrealers and tourists alike.


  • FIKA(S)

    06/04/2018

    Montreal, October 26, 2017 – After two much appreciated editions in 2016 and 2017, the
    Immersive Festival of Scandinavian Kultur and Art – FIKA(S) will be back in April 2018 with two musical events as part of Place des Arts’ Printemps nordique (Nordic Spring). From April 4 to April 29, 2018, Nordic cultures will settle at Place des Arts, where theater, contemporary opera, dance, circus, music and puppet shows will be presented.

  • Butterflies Go Free

    06/04/2018

    Enjoy a natural refuge where you can discover butterflies’ habitat and learn how to create your own beautiful, inviting butterfly garden.

    As you step inside the Reception Centre at the Jardin botanique, you’ll be greeted by a kinetic sculpture by artist Andrea Williamson, a piece bridging human activities and the well-being and vitality of the other species that share our planet. A chair is covered with tiny motorized butterflies whose wings are programmed to flap in correlation with the city’s monitored air pollution levels. The healthier the air, the more active the butterflies. Don’t miss it!

    Once you reach the Main Exhibition Greenhouse, you’re sure to be dazzled by the thousands of colourful, shimmering butterflies flitting about. The 21st edition of Butterflies Go Free is spotlighting butterflies’ relationship with their habitat. Join the Insectarium’s science educators and learn how to create inviting surroundings for butterflies and recreate the magic of Butterflies Go Free in your own garden. It’s a great way to better share our habitat with local butterflies and to “better dwell on our planet,” together!

  • MONSTER SPECTACULAR XXIV

    06/04/2018

    At the Olympic Stadium - Montreal

  • Montreal Digital Spring

    07/04/2018

    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective imagination. Architectural installations, interactive exhibitions, and contemporary creations combining disciplines and artistic currents, among others, are up for the offering for Montrealers and tourists alike.


  • FIKA(S)

    07/04/2018

    Montreal, October 26, 2017 – After two much appreciated editions in 2016 and 2017, the
    Immersive Festival of Scandinavian Kultur and Art – FIKA(S) will be back in April 2018 with two musical events as part of Place des Arts’ Printemps nordique (Nordic Spring). From April 4 to April 29, 2018, Nordic cultures will settle at Place des Arts, where theater, contemporary opera, dance, circus, music and puppet shows will be presented.

  • Butterflies Go Free

    07/04/2018

    Enjoy a natural refuge where you can discover butterflies’ habitat and learn how to create your own beautiful, inviting butterfly garden.

    As you step inside the Reception Centre at the Jardin botanique, you’ll be greeted by a kinetic sculpture by artist Andrea Williamson, a piece bridging human activities and the well-being and vitality of the other species that share our planet. A chair is covered with tiny motorized butterflies whose wings are programmed to flap in correlation with the city’s monitored air pollution levels. The healthier the air, the more active the butterflies. Don’t miss it!

    Once you reach the Main Exhibition Greenhouse, you’re sure to be dazzled by the thousands of colourful, shimmering butterflies flitting about. The 21st edition of Butterflies Go Free is spotlighting butterflies’ relationship with their habitat. Join the Insectarium’s science educators and learn how to create inviting surroundings for butterflies and recreate the magic of Butterflies Go Free in your own garden. It’s a great way to better share our habitat with local butterflies and to “better dwell on our planet,” together!

  • Montreal Digital Spring

    08/04/2018

    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective imagination. Architectural installations, interactive exhibitions, and contemporary creations combining disciplines and artistic currents, among others, are up for the offering for Montrealers and tourists alike.


  • Queens of Egypt

    09/04/2018

    Travel back in time to ancient Egypt—to the days of the Egyptian Empire, some 3,500 years ago—where you will meet women whose remarkable destiny saw them become the wives, mothers, and daughters of pharaohs! The exhibition features over 350 prestigious objects, including monumental statues, frescos, sarcophagi, a mummy, funerary objects, and jewellery related to such legendary queens as Nefertari, Nefertiti, and Hatshepsut. An impressive multisensory experience that takes a look at one of the most important and celebrated civilizations in history.

    An exhibition developed by Pointe-à-Callière, Montréal Archaeology and History Complex, in collaboration with Museo Egizio of Turin (Italy).

  • Montreal Digital Spring

    09/04/2018

    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective imagination. Architectural installations, interactive exhibitions, and contemporary creations combining disciplines and artistic currents, among others, are up for the offering for Montrealers and tourists alike.


  • FIKA(S)

    09/04/2018

    Montreal, October 26, 2017 – After two much appreciated editions in 2016 and 2017, the
    Immersive Festival of Scandinavian Kultur and Art – FIKA(S) will be back in April 2018 with two musical events as part of Place des Arts’ Printemps nordique (Nordic Spring). From April 4 to April 29, 2018, Nordic cultures will settle at Place des Arts, where theater, contemporary opera, dance, circus, music and puppet shows will be presented.

  • Butterflies Go Free

    09/04/2018

    Enjoy a natural refuge where you can discover butterflies’ habitat and learn how to create your own beautiful, inviting butterfly garden.

    As you step inside the Reception Centre at the Jardin botanique, you’ll be greeted by a kinetic sculpture by artist Andrea Williamson, a piece bridging human activities and the well-being and vitality of the other species that share our planet. A chair is covered with tiny motorized butterflies whose wings are programmed to flap in correlation with the city’s monitored air pollution levels. The healthier the air, the more active the butterflies. Don’t miss it!

    Once you reach the Main Exhibition Greenhouse, you’re sure to be dazzled by the thousands of colourful, shimmering butterflies flitting about. The 21st edition of Butterflies Go Free is spotlighting butterflies’ relationship with their habitat. Join the Insectarium’s science educators and learn how to create inviting surroundings for butterflies and recreate the magic of Butterflies Go Free in your own garden. It’s a great way to better share our habitat with local butterflies and to “better dwell on our planet,” together!

  • Queens of Egypt

    10/04/2018

    Travel back in time to ancient Egypt—to the days of the Egyptian Empire, some 3,500 years ago—where you will meet women whose remarkable destiny saw them become the wives, mothers, and daughters of pharaohs! The exhibition features over 350 prestigious objects, including monumental statues, frescos, sarcophagi, a mummy, funerary objects, and jewellery related to such legendary queens as Nefertari, Nefertiti, and Hatshepsut. An impressive multisensory experience that takes a look at one of the most important and celebrated civilizations in history.

    An exhibition developed by Pointe-à-Callière, Montréal Archaeology and History Complex, in collaboration with Museo Egizio of Turin (Italy).

  • Montreal Digital Spring

    10/04/2018

    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective imagination. Architectural installations, interactive exhibitions, and contemporary creations combining disciplines and artistic currents, among others, are up for the offering for Montrealers and tourists alike.


  • FIKA(S)

    10/04/2018

    Montreal, October 26, 2017 – After two much appreciated editions in 2016 and 2017, the
    Immersive Festival of Scandinavian Kultur and Art – FIKA(S) will be back in April 2018 with two musical events as part of Place des Arts’ Printemps nordique (Nordic Spring). From April 4 to April 29, 2018, Nordic cultures will settle at Place des Arts, where theater, contemporary opera, dance, circus, music and puppet shows will be presented.

  • Butterflies Go Free

    10/04/2018

    Enjoy a natural refuge where you can discover butterflies’ habitat and learn how to create your own beautiful, inviting butterfly garden.

    As you step inside the Reception Centre at the Jardin botanique, you’ll be greeted by a kinetic sculpture by artist Andrea Williamson, a piece bridging human activities and the well-being and vitality of the other species that share our planet. A chair is covered with tiny motorized butterflies whose wings are programmed to flap in correlation with the city’s monitored air pollution levels. The healthier the air, the more active the butterflies. Don’t miss it!

    Once you reach the Main Exhibition Greenhouse, you’re sure to be dazzled by the thousands of colourful, shimmering butterflies flitting about. The 21st edition of Butterflies Go Free is spotlighting butterflies’ relationship with their habitat. Join the Insectarium’s science educators and learn how to create inviting surroundings for butterflies and recreate the magic of Butterflies Go Free in your own garden. It’s a great way to better share our habitat with local butterflies and to “better dwell on our planet,” together!

  • Queens of Egypt

    11/04/2018

    Travel back in time to ancient Egypt—to the days of the Egyptian Empire, some 3,500 years ago—where you will meet women whose remarkable destiny saw them become the wives, mothers, and daughters of pharaohs! The exhibition features over 350 prestigious objects, including monumental statues, frescos, sarcophagi, a mummy, funerary objects, and jewellery related to such legendary queens as Nefertari, Nefertiti, and Hatshepsut. An impressive multisensory experience that takes a look at one of the most important and celebrated civilizations in history.

    An exhibition developed by Pointe-à-Callière, Montréal Archaeology and History Complex, in collaboration with Museo Egizio of Turin (Italy).

  • Montreal Digital Spring

    11/04/2018

    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective imagination. Architectural installations, interactive exhibitions, and contemporary creations combining disciplines and artistic currents, among others, are up for the offering for Montrealers and tourists alike.


  • FIKA(S)

    11/04/2018

    Montreal, October 26, 2017 – After two much appreciated editions in 2016 and 2017, the
    Immersive Festival of Scandinavian Kultur and Art – FIKA(S) will be back in April 2018 with two musical events as part of Place des Arts’ Printemps nordique (Nordic Spring). From April 4 to April 29, 2018, Nordic cultures will settle at Place des Arts, where theater, contemporary opera, dance, circus, music and puppet shows will be presented.

  • Butterflies Go Free

    11/04/2018

    Enjoy a natural refuge where you can discover butterflies’ habitat and learn how to create your own beautiful, inviting butterfly garden.

    As you step inside the Reception Centre at the Jardin botanique, you’ll be greeted by a kinetic sculpture by artist Andrea Williamson, a piece bridging human activities and the well-being and vitality of the other species that share our planet. A chair is covered with tiny motorized butterflies whose wings are programmed to flap in correlation with the city’s monitored air pollution levels. The healthier the air, the more active the butterflies. Don’t miss it!

    Once you reach the Main Exhibition Greenhouse, you’re sure to be dazzled by the thousands of colourful, shimmering butterflies flitting about. The 21st edition of Butterflies Go Free is spotlighting butterflies’ relationship with their habitat. Join the Insectarium’s science educators and learn how to create inviting surroundings for butterflies and recreate the magic of Butterflies Go Free in your own garden. It’s a great way to better share our habitat with local butterflies and to “better dwell on our planet,” together!

  • The big Fashion Sale by Quebec Designers

    12/04/2018

    The Big Fashion Sale by Quebec Designers (also known as the Braderie) is a well established, popular semi-annual shopping event (some people even call it "the mecca of fashionistas"). Begun in 1994 with some 50 customers, the Braderie now attracts 25 000 people over four days in Old Montreal.

  • Queens of Egypt

    12/04/2018

    Travel back in time to ancient Egypt—to the days of the Egyptian Empire, some 3,500 years ago—where you will meet women whose remarkable destiny saw them become the wives, mothers, and daughters of pharaohs! The exhibition features over 350 prestigious objects, including monumental statues, frescos, sarcophagi, a mummy, funerary objects, and jewellery related to such legendary queens as Nefertari, Nefertiti, and Hatshepsut. An impressive multisensory experience that takes a look at one of the most important and celebrated civilizations in history.

    An exhibition developed by Pointe-à-Callière, Montréal Archaeology and History Complex, in collaboration with Museo Egizio of Turin (Italy).

  • Montreal Digital Spring

    12/04/2018

    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective imagination. Architectural installations, interactive exhibitions, and contemporary creations combining disciplines and artistic currents, among others, are up for the offering for Montrealers and tourists alike.


  • FIKA(S)

    12/04/2018

    Montreal, October 26, 2017 – After two much appreciated editions in 2016 and 2017, the
    Immersive Festival of Scandinavian Kultur and Art – FIKA(S) will be back in April 2018 with two musical events as part of Place des Arts’ Printemps nordique (Nordic Spring). From April 4 to April 29, 2018, Nordic cultures will settle at Place des Arts, where theater, contemporary opera, dance, circus, music and puppet shows will be presented.

  • Butterflies Go Free

    12/04/2018

    Enjoy a natural refuge where you can discover butterflies’ habitat and learn how to create your own beautiful, inviting butterfly garden.

    As you step inside the Reception Centre at the Jardin botanique, you’ll be greeted by a kinetic sculpture by artist Andrea Williamson, a piece bridging human activities and the well-being and vitality of the other species that share our planet. A chair is covered with tiny motorized butterflies whose wings are programmed to flap in correlation with the city’s monitored air pollution levels. The healthier the air, the more active the butterflies. Don’t miss it!

    Once you reach the Main Exhibition Greenhouse, you’re sure to be dazzled by the thousands of colourful, shimmering butterflies flitting about. The 21st edition of Butterflies Go Free is spotlighting butterflies’ relationship with their habitat. Join the Insectarium’s science educators and learn how to create inviting surroundings for butterflies and recreate the magic of Butterflies Go Free in your own garden. It’s a great way to better share our habitat with local butterflies and to “better dwell on our planet,” together!

  • The big Fashion Sale by Quebec Designers

    13/04/2018

    The Big Fashion Sale by Quebec Designers (also known as the Braderie) is a well established, popular semi-annual shopping event (some people even call it "the mecca of fashionistas"). Begun in 1994 with some 50 customers, the Braderie now attracts 25 000 people over four days in Old Montreal.

  • Queens of Egypt

    13/04/2018

    Travel back in time to ancient Egypt—to the days of the Egyptian Empire, some 3,500 years ago—where you will meet women whose remarkable destiny saw them become the wives, mothers, and daughters of pharaohs! The exhibition features over 350 prestigious objects, including monumental statues, frescos, sarcophagi, a mummy, funerary objects, and jewellery related to such legendary queens as Nefertari, Nefertiti, and Hatshepsut. An impressive multisensory experience that takes a look at one of the most important and celebrated civilizations in history.

    An exhibition developed by Pointe-à-Callière, Montréal Archaeology and History Complex, in collaboration with Museo Egizio of Turin (Italy).

  • Montreal Digital Spring

    13/04/2018

    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective imagination. Architectural installations, interactive exhibitions, and contemporary creations combining disciplines and artistic currents, among others, are up for the offering for Montrealers and tourists alike.


  • FIKA(S)

    13/04/2018

    Montreal, October 26, 2017 – After two much appreciated editions in 2016 and 2017, the
    Immersive Festival of Scandinavian Kultur and Art – FIKA(S) will be back in April 2018 with two musical events as part of Place des Arts’ Printemps nordique (Nordic Spring). From April 4 to April 29, 2018, Nordic cultures will settle at Place des Arts, where theater, contemporary opera, dance, circus, music and puppet shows will be presented.

  • Butterflies Go Free

    13/04/2018

    Enjoy a natural refuge where you can discover butterflies’ habitat and learn how to create your own beautiful, inviting butterfly garden.

    As you step inside the Reception Centre at the Jardin botanique, you’ll be greeted by a kinetic sculpture by artist Andrea Williamson, a piece bridging human activities and the well-being and vitality of the other species that share our planet. A chair is covered with tiny motorized butterflies whose wings are programmed to flap in correlation with the city’s monitored air pollution levels. The healthier the air, the more active the butterflies. Don’t miss it!

    Once you reach the Main Exhibition Greenhouse, you’re sure to be dazzled by the thousands of colourful, shimmering butterflies flitting about. The 21st edition of Butterflies Go Free is spotlighting butterflies’ relationship with their habitat. Join the Insectarium’s science educators and learn how to create inviting surroundings for butterflies and recreate the magic of Butterflies Go Free in your own garden. It’s a great way to better share our habitat with local butterflies and to “better dwell on our planet,” together!

  • The big Fashion Sale by Quebec Designers

    14/04/2018

    The Big Fashion Sale by Quebec Designers (also known as the Braderie) is a well established, popular semi-annual shopping event (some people even call it "the mecca of fashionistas"). Begun in 1994 with some 50 customers, the Braderie now attracts 25 000 people over four days in Old Montreal.

  • Queens of Egypt

    14/04/2018

    Travel back in time to ancient Egypt—to the days of the Egyptian Empire, some 3,500 years ago—where you will meet women whose remarkable destiny saw them become the wives, mothers, and daughters of pharaohs! The exhibition features over 350 prestigious objects, including monumental statues, frescos, sarcophagi, a mummy, funerary objects, and jewellery related to such legendary queens as Nefertari, Nefertiti, and Hatshepsut. An impressive multisensory experience that takes a look at one of the most important and celebrated civilizations in history.

    An exhibition developed by Pointe-à-Callière, Montréal Archaeology and History Complex, in collaboration with Museo Egizio of Turin (Italy).

  • Montreal Digital Spring

    14/04/2018

    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective imagination. Architectural installations, interactive exhibitions, and contemporary creations combining disciplines and artistic currents, among others, are up for the offering for Montrealers and tourists alike.


  • FIKA(S)

    14/04/2018

    Montreal, October 26, 2017 – After two much appreciated editions in 2016 and 2017, the
    Immersive Festival of Scandinavian Kultur and Art – FIKA(S) will be back in April 2018 with two musical events as part of Place des Arts’ Printemps nordique (Nordic Spring). From April 4 to April 29, 2018, Nordic cultures will settle at Place des Arts, where theater, contemporary opera, dance, circus, music and puppet shows will be presented.

  • Butterflies Go Free

    14/04/2018

    Enjoy a natural refuge where you can discover butterflies’ habitat and learn how to create your own beautiful, inviting butterfly garden.

    As you step inside the Reception Centre at the Jardin botanique, you’ll be greeted by a kinetic sculpture by artist Andrea Williamson, a piece bridging human activities and the well-being and vitality of the other species that share our planet. A chair is covered with tiny motorized butterflies whose wings are programmed to flap in correlation with the city’s monitored air pollution levels. The healthier the air, the more active the butterflies. Don’t miss it!

    Once you reach the Main Exhibition Greenhouse, you’re sure to be dazzled by the thousands of colourful, shimmering butterflies flitting about. The 21st edition of Butterflies Go Free is spotlighting butterflies’ relationship with their habitat. Join the Insectarium’s science educators and learn how to create inviting surroundings for butterflies and recreate the magic of Butterflies Go Free in your own garden. It’s a great way to better share our habitat with local butterflies and to “better dwell on our planet,” together!

  • Montreal Digital Spring

    15/04/2018

    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective imagination. Architectural installations, interactive exhibitions, and contemporary creations combining disciplines and artistic currents, among others, are up for the offering for Montrealers and tourists alike.


  • FIKA(S)

    15/04/2018

    Montreal, October 26, 2017 – After two much appreciated editions in 2016 and 2017, the
    Immersive Festival of Scandinavian Kultur and Art – FIKA(S) will be back in April 2018 with two musical events as part of Place des Arts’ Printemps nordique (Nordic Spring). From April 4 to April 29, 2018, Nordic cultures will settle at Place des Arts, where theater, contemporary opera, dance, circus, music and puppet shows will be presented.

  • Queens of Egypt

    16/04/2018

    Travel back in time to ancient Egypt—to the days of the Egyptian Empire, some 3,500 years ago—where you will meet women whose remarkable destiny saw them become the wives, mothers, and daughters of pharaohs! The exhibition features over 350 prestigious objects, including monumental statues, frescos, sarcophagi, a mummy, funerary objects, and jewellery related to such legendary queens as Nefertari, Nefertiti, and Hatshepsut. An impressive multisensory experience that takes a look at one of the most important and celebrated civilizations in history.

    An exhibition developed by Pointe-à-Callière, Montréal Archaeology and History Complex, in collaboration with Museo Egizio of Turin (Italy).

  • Montreal Digital Spring

    16/04/2018

    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective imagination. Architectural installations, interactive exhibitions, and contemporary creations combining disciplines and artistic currents, among others, are up for the offering for Montrealers and tourists alike.


  • FIKA(S)

    16/04/2018

    Montreal, October 26, 2017 – After two much appreciated editions in 2016 and 2017, the
    Immersive Festival of Scandinavian Kultur and Art – FIKA(S) will be back in April 2018 with two musical events as part of Place des Arts’ Printemps nordique (Nordic Spring). From April 4 to April 29, 2018, Nordic cultures will settle at Place des Arts, where theater, contemporary opera, dance, circus, music and puppet shows will be presented.

  • Butterflies Go Free

    16/04/2018

    Enjoy a natural refuge where you can discover butterflies’ habitat and learn how to create your own beautiful, inviting butterfly garden.

    As you step inside the Reception Centre at the Jardin botanique, you’ll be greeted by a kinetic sculpture by artist Andrea Williamson, a piece bridging human activities and the well-being and vitality of the other species that share our planet. A chair is covered with tiny motorized butterflies whose wings are programmed to flap in correlation with the city’s monitored air pollution levels. The healthier the air, the more active the butterflies. Don’t miss it!

    Once you reach the Main Exhibition Greenhouse, you’re sure to be dazzled by the thousands of colourful, shimmering butterflies flitting about. The 21st edition of Butterflies Go Free is spotlighting butterflies’ relationship with their habitat. Join the Insectarium’s science educators and learn how to create inviting surroundings for butterflies and recreate the magic of Butterflies Go Free in your own garden. It’s a great way to better share our habitat with local butterflies and to “better dwell on our planet,” together!

  • Queens of Egypt

    17/04/2018

    Travel back in time to ancient Egypt—to the days of the Egyptian Empire, some 3,500 years ago—where you will meet women whose remarkable destiny saw them become the wives, mothers, and daughters of pharaohs! The exhibition features over 350 prestigious objects, including monumental statues, frescos, sarcophagi, a mummy, funerary objects, and jewellery related to such legendary queens as Nefertari, Nefertiti, and Hatshepsut. An impressive multisensory experience that takes a look at one of the most important and celebrated civilizations in history.

    An exhibition developed by Pointe-à-Callière, Montréal Archaeology and History Complex, in collaboration with Museo Egizio of Turin (Italy).

  • Montreal Digital Spring

    17/04/2018

    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective imagination. Architectural installations, interactive exhibitions, and contemporary creations combining disciplines and artistic currents, among others, are up for the offering for Montrealers and tourists alike.


  • FIKA(S)

    17/04/2018

    Montreal, October 26, 2017 – After two much appreciated editions in 2016 and 2017, the
    Immersive Festival of Scandinavian Kultur and Art – FIKA(S) will be back in April 2018 with two musical events as part of Place des Arts’ Printemps nordique (Nordic Spring). From April 4 to April 29, 2018, Nordic cultures will settle at Place des Arts, where theater, contemporary opera, dance, circus, music and puppet shows will be presented.

  • Butterflies Go Free

    17/04/2018

    Enjoy a natural refuge where you can discover butterflies’ habitat and learn how to create your own beautiful, inviting butterfly garden.

    As you step inside the Reception Centre at the Jardin botanique, you’ll be greeted by a kinetic sculpture by artist Andrea Williamson, a piece bridging human activities and the well-being and vitality of the other species that share our planet. A chair is covered with tiny motorized butterflies whose wings are programmed to flap in correlation with the city’s monitored air pollution levels. The healthier the air, the more active the butterflies. Don’t miss it!

    Once you reach the Main Exhibition Greenhouse, you’re sure to be dazzled by the thousands of colourful, shimmering butterflies flitting about. The 21st edition of Butterflies Go Free is spotlighting butterflies’ relationship with their habitat. Join the Insectarium’s science educators and learn how to create inviting surroundings for butterflies and recreate the magic of Butterflies Go Free in your own garden. It’s a great way to better share our habitat with local butterflies and to “better dwell on our planet,” together!

  • Queens of Egypt

    18/04/2018

    Travel back in time to ancient Egypt—to the days of the Egyptian Empire, some 3,500 years ago—where you will meet women whose remarkable destiny saw them become the wives, mothers, and daughters of pharaohs! The exhibition features over 350 prestigious objects, including monumental statues, frescos, sarcophagi, a mummy, funerary objects, and jewellery related to such legendary queens as Nefertari, Nefertiti, and Hatshepsut. An impressive multisensory experience that takes a look at one of the most important and celebrated civilizations in history.

    An exhibition developed by Pointe-à-Callière, Montréal Archaeology and History Complex, in collaboration with Museo Egizio of Turin (Italy).

  • Montreal Digital Spring

    18/04/2018

    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective imagination. Architectural installations, interactive exhibitions, and contemporary creations combining disciplines and artistic currents, among others, are up for the offering for Montrealers and tourists alike.


  • FIKA(S)

    18/04/2018

    Montreal, October 26, 2017 – After two much appreciated editions in 2016 and 2017, the
    Immersive Festival of Scandinavian Kultur and Art – FIKA(S) will be back in April 2018 with two musical events as part of Place des Arts’ Printemps nordique (Nordic Spring). From April 4 to April 29, 2018, Nordic cultures will settle at Place des Arts, where theater, contemporary opera, dance, circus, music and puppet shows will be presented.

  • Butterflies Go Free

    18/04/2018

    Enjoy a natural refuge where you can discover butterflies’ habitat and learn how to create your own beautiful, inviting butterfly garden.

    As you step inside the Reception Centre at the Jardin botanique, you’ll be greeted by a kinetic sculpture by artist Andrea Williamson, a piece bridging human activities and the well-being and vitality of the other species that share our planet. A chair is covered with tiny motorized butterflies whose wings are programmed to flap in correlation with the city’s monitored air pollution levels. The healthier the air, the more active the butterflies. Don’t miss it!

    Once you reach the Main Exhibition Greenhouse, you’re sure to be dazzled by the thousands of colourful, shimmering butterflies flitting about. The 21st edition of Butterflies Go Free is spotlighting butterflies’ relationship with their habitat. Join the Insectarium’s science educators and learn how to create inviting surroundings for butterflies and recreate the magic of Butterflies Go Free in your own garden. It’s a great way to better share our habitat with local butterflies and to “better dwell on our planet,” together!

  • Queens of Egypt

    19/04/2018

    Travel back in time to ancient Egypt—to the days of the Egyptian Empire, some 3,500 years ago—where you will meet women whose remarkable destiny saw them become the wives, mothers, and daughters of pharaohs! The exhibition features over 350 prestigious objects, including monumental statues, frescos, sarcophagi, a mummy, funerary objects, and jewellery related to such legendary queens as Nefertari, Nefertiti, and Hatshepsut. An impressive multisensory experience that takes a look at one of the most important and celebrated civilizations in history.

    An exhibition developed by Pointe-à-Callière, Montréal Archaeology and History Complex, in collaboration with Museo Egizio of Turin (Italy).

  • Montreal Digital Spring

    19/04/2018

    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective imagination. Architectural installations, interactive exhibitions, and contemporary creations combining disciplines and artistic currents, among others, are up for the offering for Montrealers and tourists alike.


  • FIKA(S)

    19/04/2018

    Montreal, October 26, 2017 – After two much appreciated editions in 2016 and 2017, the
    Immersive Festival of Scandinavian Kultur and Art – FIKA(S) will be back in April 2018 with two musical events as part of Place des Arts’ Printemps nordique (Nordic Spring). From April 4 to April 29, 2018, Nordic cultures will settle at Place des Arts, where theater, contemporary opera, dance, circus, music and puppet shows will be presented.

  • Butterflies Go Free

    19/04/2018

    Enjoy a natural refuge where you can discover butterflies’ habitat and learn how to create your own beautiful, inviting butterfly garden.

    As you step inside the Reception Centre at the Jardin botanique, you’ll be greeted by a kinetic sculpture by artist Andrea Williamson, a piece bridging human activities and the well-being and vitality of the other species that share our planet. A chair is covered with tiny motorized butterflies whose wings are programmed to flap in correlation with the city’s monitored air pollution levels. The healthier the air, the more active the butterflies. Don’t miss it!

    Once you reach the Main Exhibition Greenhouse, you’re sure to be dazzled by the thousands of colourful, shimmering butterflies flitting about. The 21st edition of Butterflies Go Free is spotlighting butterflies’ relationship with their habitat. Join the Insectarium’s science educators and learn how to create inviting surroundings for butterflies and recreate the magic of Butterflies Go Free in your own garden. It’s a great way to better share our habitat with local butterflies and to “better dwell on our planet,” together!

  • Queens of Egypt

    20/04/2018

    Travel back in time to ancient Egypt—to the days of the Egyptian Empire, some 3,500 years ago—where you will meet women whose remarkable destiny saw them become the wives, mothers, and daughters of pharaohs! The exhibition features over 350 prestigious objects, including monumental statues, frescos, sarcophagi, a mummy, funerary objects, and jewellery related to such legendary queens as Nefertari, Nefertiti, and Hatshepsut. An impressive multisensory experience that takes a look at one of the most important and celebrated civilizations in history.

    An exhibition developed by Pointe-à-Callière, Montréal Archaeology and History Complex, in collaboration with Museo Egizio of Turin (Italy).

  • Montreal Digital Spring

    20/04/2018

    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective imagination. Architectural installations, interactive exhibitions, and contemporary creations combining disciplines and artistic currents, among others, are up for the offering for Montrealers and tourists alike.


  • FIKA(S)

    20/04/2018

    Montreal, October 26, 2017 – After two much appreciated editions in 2016 and 2017, the
    Immersive Festival of Scandinavian Kultur and Art – FIKA(S) will be back in April 2018 with two musical events as part of Place des Arts’ Printemps nordique (Nordic Spring). From April 4 to April 29, 2018, Nordic cultures will settle at Place des Arts, where theater, contemporary opera, dance, circus, music and puppet shows will be presented.

  • Butterflies Go Free

    20/04/2018

    Enjoy a natural refuge where you can discover butterflies’ habitat and learn how to create your own beautiful, inviting butterfly garden.

    As you step inside the Reception Centre at the Jardin botanique, you’ll be greeted by a kinetic sculpture by artist Andrea Williamson, a piece bridging human activities and the well-being and vitality of the other species that share our planet. A chair is covered with tiny motorized butterflies whose wings are programmed to flap in correlation with the city’s monitored air pollution levels. The healthier the air, the more active the butterflies. Don’t miss it!

    Once you reach the Main Exhibition Greenhouse, you’re sure to be dazzled by the thousands of colourful, shimmering butterflies flitting about. The 21st edition of Butterflies Go Free is spotlighting butterflies’ relationship with their habitat. Join the Insectarium’s science educators and learn how to create inviting surroundings for butterflies and recreate the magic of Butterflies Go Free in your own garden. It’s a great way to better share our habitat with local butterflies and to “better dwell on our planet,” together!

  • Queens of Egypt

    21/04/2018

    Travel back in time to ancient Egypt—to the days of the Egyptian Empire, some 3,500 years ago—where you will meet women whose remarkable destiny saw them become the wives, mothers, and daughters of pharaohs! The exhibition features over 350 prestigious objects, including monumental statues, frescos, sarcophagi, a mummy, funerary objects, and jewellery related to such legendary queens as Nefertari, Nefertiti, and Hatshepsut. An impressive multisensory experience that takes a look at one of the most important and celebrated civilizations in history.

    An exhibition developed by Pointe-à-Callière, Montréal Archaeology and History Complex, in collaboration with Museo Egizio of Turin (Italy).

  • Montreal Digital Spring

    21/04/2018

    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective imagination. Architectural installations, interactive exhibitions, and contemporary creations combining disciplines and artistic currents, among others, are up for the offering for Montrealers and tourists alike.


  • FIKA(S)

    21/04/2018

    Montreal, October 26, 2017 – After two much appreciated editions in 2016 and 2017, the
    Immersive Festival of Scandinavian Kultur and Art – FIKA(S) will be back in April 2018 with two musical events as part of Place des Arts’ Printemps nordique (Nordic Spring). From April 4 to April 29, 2018, Nordic cultures will settle at Place des Arts, where theater, contemporary opera, dance, circus, music and puppet shows will be presented.

  • Butterflies Go Free

    21/04/2018

    Enjoy a natural refuge where you can discover butterflies’ habitat and learn how to create your own beautiful, inviting butterfly garden.

    As you step inside the Reception Centre at the Jardin botanique, you’ll be greeted by a kinetic sculpture by artist Andrea Williamson, a piece bridging human activities and the well-being and vitality of the other species that share our planet. A chair is covered with tiny motorized butterflies whose wings are programmed to flap in correlation with the city’s monitored air pollution levels. The healthier the air, the more active the butterflies. Don’t miss it!

    Once you reach the Main Exhibition Greenhouse, you’re sure to be dazzled by the thousands of colourful, shimmering butterflies flitting about. The 21st edition of Butterflies Go Free is spotlighting butterflies’ relationship with their habitat. Join the Insectarium’s science educators and learn how to create inviting surroundings for butterflies and recreate the magic of Butterflies Go Free in your own garden. It’s a great way to better share our habitat with local butterflies and to “better dwell on our planet,” together!

  • Montreal Digital Spring

    22/04/2018

    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective imagination. Architectural installations, interactive exhibitions, and contemporary creations combining disciplines and artistic currents, among others, are up for the offering for Montrealers and tourists alike.


  • FIKA(S)

    22/04/2018

    Montreal, October 26, 2017 – After two much appreciated editions in 2016 and 2017, the
    Immersive Festival of Scandinavian Kultur and Art – FIKA(S) will be back in April 2018 with two musical events as part of Place des Arts’ Printemps nordique (Nordic Spring). From April 4 to April 29, 2018, Nordic cultures will settle at Place des Arts, where theater, contemporary opera, dance, circus, music and puppet shows will be presented.

  • Queens of Egypt

    23/04/2018

    Travel back in time to ancient Egypt—to the days of the Egyptian Empire, some 3,500 years ago—where you will meet women whose remarkable destiny saw them become the wives, mothers, and daughters of pharaohs! The exhibition features over 350 prestigious objects, including monumental statues, frescos, sarcophagi, a mummy, funerary objects, and jewellery related to such legendary queens as Nefertari, Nefertiti, and Hatshepsut. An impressive multisensory experience that takes a look at one of the most important and celebrated civilizations in history.

    An exhibition developed by Pointe-à-Callière, Montréal Archaeology and History Complex, in collaboration with Museo Egizio of Turin (Italy).

  • Montreal Digital Spring

    23/04/2018

    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective imagination. Architectural installations, interactive exhibitions, and contemporary creations combining disciplines and artistic currents, among others, are up for the offering for Montrealers and tourists alike.


  • FIKA(S)

    23/04/2018

    Montreal, October 26, 2017 – After two much appreciated editions in 2016 and 2017, the
    Immersive Festival of Scandinavian Kultur and Art – FIKA(S) will be back in April 2018 with two musical events as part of Place des Arts’ Printemps nordique (Nordic Spring). From April 4 to April 29, 2018, Nordic cultures will settle at Place des Arts, where theater, contemporary opera, dance, circus, music and puppet shows will be presented.

  • Butterflies Go Free

    23/04/2018

    Enjoy a natural refuge where you can discover butterflies’ habitat and learn how to create your own beautiful, inviting butterfly garden.

    As you step inside the Reception Centre at the Jardin botanique, you’ll be greeted by a kinetic sculpture by artist Andrea Williamson, a piece bridging human activities and the well-being and vitality of the other species that share our planet. A chair is covered with tiny motorized butterflies whose wings are programmed to flap in correlation with the city’s monitored air pollution levels. The healthier the air, the more active the butterflies. Don’t miss it!

    Once you reach the Main Exhibition Greenhouse, you’re sure to be dazzled by the thousands of colourful, shimmering butterflies flitting about. The 21st edition of Butterflies Go Free is spotlighting butterflies’ relationship with their habitat. Join the Insectarium’s science educators and learn how to create inviting surroundings for butterflies and recreate the magic of Butterflies Go Free in your own garden. It’s a great way to better share our habitat with local butterflies and to “better dwell on our planet,” together!

  • Queens of Egypt

    24/04/2018

    Travel back in time to ancient Egypt—to the days of the Egyptian Empire, some 3,500 years ago—where you will meet women whose remarkable destiny saw them become the wives, mothers, and daughters of pharaohs! The exhibition features over 350 prestigious objects, including monumental statues, frescos, sarcophagi, a mummy, funerary objects, and jewellery related to such legendary queens as Nefertari, Nefertiti, and Hatshepsut. An impressive multisensory experience that takes a look at one of the most important and celebrated civilizations in history.

    An exhibition developed by Pointe-à-Callière, Montréal Archaeology and History Complex, in collaboration with Museo Egizio of Turin (Italy).

  • Montreal Digital Spring

    24/04/2018

    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective imagination. Architectural installations, interactive exhibitions, and contemporary creations combining disciplines and artistic currents, among others, are up for the offering for Montrealers and tourists alike.


  • FIKA(S)

    24/04/2018

    Montreal, October 26, 2017 – After two much appreciated editions in 2016 and 2017, the
    Immersive Festival of Scandinavian Kultur and Art – FIKA(S) will be back in April 2018 with two musical events as part of Place des Arts’ Printemps nordique (Nordic Spring). From April 4 to April 29, 2018, Nordic cultures will settle at Place des Arts, where theater, contemporary opera, dance, circus, music and puppet shows will be presented.

  • Butterflies Go Free

    24/04/2018

    Enjoy a natural refuge where you can discover butterflies’ habitat and learn how to create your own beautiful, inviting butterfly garden.

    As you step inside the Reception Centre at the Jardin botanique, you’ll be greeted by a kinetic sculpture by artist Andrea Williamson, a piece bridging human activities and the well-being and vitality of the other species that share our planet. A chair is covered with tiny motorized butterflies whose wings are programmed to flap in correlation with the city’s monitored air pollution levels. The healthier the air, the more active the butterflies. Don’t miss it!

    Once you reach the Main Exhibition Greenhouse, you’re sure to be dazzled by the thousands of colourful, shimmering butterflies flitting about. The 21st edition of Butterflies Go Free is spotlighting butterflies’ relationship with their habitat. Join the Insectarium’s science educators and learn how to create inviting surroundings for butterflies and recreate the magic of Butterflies Go Free in your own garden. It’s a great way to better share our habitat with local butterflies and to “better dwell on our planet,” together!

  • Queens of Egypt

    25/04/2018

    Travel back in time to ancient Egypt—to the days of the Egyptian Empire, some 3,500 years ago—where you will meet women whose remarkable destiny saw them become the wives, mothers, and daughters of pharaohs! The exhibition features over 350 prestigious objects, including monumental statues, frescos, sarcophagi, a mummy, funerary objects, and jewellery related to such legendary queens as Nefertari, Nefertiti, and Hatshepsut. An impressive multisensory experience that takes a look at one of the most important and celebrated civilizations in history.

    An exhibition developed by Pointe-à-Callière, Montréal Archaeology and History Complex, in collaboration with Museo Egizio of Turin (Italy).

  • Montreal Digital Spring

    25/04/2018

    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective imagination. Architectural installations, interactive exhibitions, and contemporary creations combining disciplines and artistic currents, among others, are up for the offering for Montrealers and tourists alike.


  • FIKA(S)

    25/04/2018

    Montreal, October 26, 2017 – After two much appreciated editions in 2016 and 2017, the
    Immersive Festival of Scandinavian Kultur and Art – FIKA(S) will be back in April 2018 with two musical events as part of Place des Arts’ Printemps nordique (Nordic Spring). From April 4 to April 29, 2018, Nordic cultures will settle at Place des Arts, where theater, contemporary opera, dance, circus, music and puppet shows will be presented.

  • Butterflies Go Free

    25/04/2018

    Enjoy a natural refuge where you can discover butterflies’ habitat and learn how to create your own beautiful, inviting butterfly garden.

    As you step inside the Reception Centre at the Jardin botanique, you’ll be greeted by a kinetic sculpture by artist Andrea Williamson, a piece bridging human activities and the well-being and vitality of the other species that share our planet. A chair is covered with tiny motorized butterflies whose wings are programmed to flap in correlation with the city’s monitored air pollution levels. The healthier the air, the more active the butterflies. Don’t miss it!

    Once you reach the Main Exhibition Greenhouse, you’re sure to be dazzled by the thousands of colourful, shimmering butterflies flitting about. The 21st edition of Butterflies Go Free is spotlighting butterflies’ relationship with their habitat. Join the Insectarium’s science educators and learn how to create inviting surroundings for butterflies and recreate the magic of Butterflies Go Free in your own garden. It’s a great way to better share our habitat with local butterflies and to “better dwell on our planet,” together!

  • Queens of Egypt

    26/04/2018

    Travel back in time to ancient Egypt—to the days of the Egyptian Empire, some 3,500 years ago—where you will meet women whose remarkable destiny saw them become the wives, mothers, and daughters of pharaohs! The exhibition features over 350 prestigious objects, including monumental statues, frescos, sarcophagi, a mummy, funerary objects, and jewellery related to such legendary queens as Nefertari, Nefertiti, and Hatshepsut. An impressive multisensory experience that takes a look at one of the most important and celebrated civilizations in history.

    An exhibition developed by Pointe-à-Callière, Montréal Archaeology and History Complex, in collaboration with Museo Egizio of Turin (Italy).

  • Montreal Digital Spring

    26/04/2018

    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective imagination. Architectural installations, interactive exhibitions, and contemporary creations combining disciplines and artistic currents, among others, are up for the offering for Montrealers and tourists alike.


  • FIKA(S)

    26/04/2018

    Montreal, October 26, 2017 – After two much appreciated editions in 2016 and 2017, the
    Immersive Festival of Scandinavian Kultur and Art – FIKA(S) will be back in April 2018 with two musical events as part of Place des Arts’ Printemps nordique (Nordic Spring). From April 4 to April 29, 2018, Nordic cultures will settle at Place des Arts, where theater, contemporary opera, dance, circus, music and puppet shows will be presented.

  • Butterflies Go Free

    26/04/2018

    Enjoy a natural refuge where you can discover butterflies’ habitat and learn how to create your own beautiful, inviting butterfly garden.

    As you step inside the Reception Centre at the Jardin botanique, you’ll be greeted by a kinetic sculpture by artist Andrea Williamson, a piece bridging human activities and the well-being and vitality of the other species that share our planet. A chair is covered with tiny motorized butterflies whose wings are programmed to flap in correlation with the city’s monitored air pollution levels. The healthier the air, the more active the butterflies. Don’t miss it!

    Once you reach the Main Exhibition Greenhouse, you’re sure to be dazzled by the thousands of colourful, shimmering butterflies flitting about. The 21st edition of Butterflies Go Free is spotlighting butterflies’ relationship with their habitat. Join the Insectarium’s science educators and learn how to create inviting surroundings for butterflies and recreate the magic of Butterflies Go Free in your own garden. It’s a great way to better share our habitat with local butterflies and to “better dwell on our planet,” together!

  • Queens of Egypt

    27/04/2018

    Travel back in time to ancient Egypt—to the days of the Egyptian Empire, some 3,500 years ago—where you will meet women whose remarkable destiny saw them become the wives, mothers, and daughters of pharaohs! The exhibition features over 350 prestigious objects, including monumental statues, frescos, sarcophagi, a mummy, funerary objects, and jewellery related to such legendary queens as Nefertari, Nefertiti, and Hatshepsut. An impressive multisensory experience that takes a look at one of the most important and celebrated civilizations in history.

    An exhibition developed by Pointe-à-Callière, Montréal Archaeology and History Complex, in collaboration with Museo Egizio of Turin (Italy).

  • Montreal Digital Spring

    27/04/2018

    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective imagination. Architectural installations, interactive exhibitions, and contemporary creations combining disciplines and artistic currents, among others, are up for the offering for Montrealers and tourists alike.


  • FIKA(S)

    27/04/2018

    Montreal, October 26, 2017 – After two much appreciated editions in 2016 and 2017, the
    Immersive Festival of Scandinavian Kultur and Art – FIKA(S) will be back in April 2018 with two musical events as part of Place des Arts’ Printemps nordique (Nordic Spring). From April 4 to April 29, 2018, Nordic cultures will settle at Place des Arts, where theater, contemporary opera, dance, circus, music and puppet shows will be presented.

  • Butterflies Go Free

    27/04/2018

    Enjoy a natural refuge where you can discover butterflies’ habitat and learn how to create your own beautiful, inviting butterfly garden.

    As you step inside the Reception Centre at the Jardin botanique, you’ll be greeted by a kinetic sculpture by artist Andrea Williamson, a piece bridging human activities and the well-being and vitality of the other species that share our planet. A chair is covered with tiny motorized butterflies whose wings are programmed to flap in correlation with the city’s monitored air pollution levels. The healthier the air, the more active the butterflies. Don’t miss it!

    Once you reach the Main Exhibition Greenhouse, you’re sure to be dazzled by the thousands of colourful, shimmering butterflies flitting about. The 21st edition of Butterflies Go Free is spotlighting butterflies’ relationship with their habitat. Join the Insectarium’s science educators and learn how to create inviting surroundings for butterflies and recreate the magic of Butterflies Go Free in your own garden. It’s a great way to better share our habitat with local butterflies and to “better dwell on our planet,” together!

  • Queens of Egypt

    28/04/2018

    Travel back in time to ancient Egypt—to the days of the Egyptian Empire, some 3,500 years ago—where you will meet women whose remarkable destiny saw them become the wives, mothers, and daughters of pharaohs! The exhibition features over 350 prestigious objects, including monumental statues, frescos, sarcophagi, a mummy, funerary objects, and jewellery related to such legendary queens as Nefertari, Nefertiti, and Hatshepsut. An impressive multisensory experience that takes a look at one of the most important and celebrated civilizations in history.

    An exhibition developed by Pointe-à-Callière, Montréal Archaeology and History Complex, in collaboration with Museo Egizio of Turin (Italy).

  • Montreal Digital Spring

    28/04/2018

    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective imagination. Architectural installations, interactive exhibitions, and contemporary creations combining disciplines and artistic currents, among others, are up for the offering for Montrealers and tourists alike.


  • FIKA(S)

    28/04/2018

    Montreal, October 26, 2017 – After two much appreciated editions in 2016 and 2017, the
    Immersive Festival of Scandinavian Kultur and Art – FIKA(S) will be back in April 2018 with two musical events as part of Place des Arts’ Printemps nordique (Nordic Spring). From April 4 to April 29, 2018, Nordic cultures will settle at Place des Arts, where theater, contemporary opera, dance, circus, music and puppet shows will be presented.

  • Butterflies Go Free

    28/04/2018

    Enjoy a natural refuge where you can discover butterflies’ habitat and learn how to create your own beautiful, inviting butterfly garden.

    As you step inside the Reception Centre at the Jardin botanique, you’ll be greeted by a kinetic sculpture by artist Andrea Williamson, a piece bridging human activities and the well-being and vitality of the other species that share our planet. A chair is covered with tiny motorized butterflies whose wings are programmed to flap in correlation with the city’s monitored air pollution levels. The healthier the air, the more active the butterflies. Don’t miss it!

    Once you reach the Main Exhibition Greenhouse, you’re sure to be dazzled by the thousands of colourful, shimmering butterflies flitting about. The 21st edition of Butterflies Go Free is spotlighting butterflies’ relationship with their habitat. Join the Insectarium’s science educators and learn how to create inviting surroundings for butterflies and recreate the magic of Butterflies Go Free in your own garden. It’s a great way to better share our habitat with local butterflies and to “better dwell on our planet,” together!

  • Montreal Digital Spring

    29/04/2018

    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective imagination. Architectural installations, interactive exhibitions, and contemporary creations combining disciplines and artistic currents, among others, are up for the offering for Montrealers and tourists alike.


  • Queens of Egypt

    30/04/2018

    Travel back in time to ancient Egypt—to the days of the Egyptian Empire, some 3,500 years ago—where you will meet women whose remarkable destiny saw them become the wives, mothers, and daughters of pharaohs! The exhibition features over 350 prestigious objects, including monumental statues, frescos, sarcophagi, a mummy, funerary objects, and jewellery related to such legendary queens as Nefertari, Nefertiti, and Hatshepsut. An impressive multisensory experience that takes a look at one of the most important and celebrated civilizations in history.

    An exhibition developed by Pointe-à-Callière, Montréal Archaeology and History Complex, in collaboration with Museo Egizio of Turin (Italy).

  • Montreal Digital Spring

    30/04/2018

    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective imagination. Architectural installations, interactive exhibitions, and contemporary creations combining disciplines and artistic currents, among others, are up for the offering for Montrealers and tourists alike.


  • Queens of Egypt

    01/05/2018

    Travel back in time to ancient Egypt—to the days of the Egyptian Empire, some 3,500 years ago—where you will meet women whose remarkable destiny saw them become the wives, mothers, and daughters of pharaohs! The exhibition features over 350 prestigious objects, including monumental statues, frescos, sarcophagi, a mummy, funerary objects, and jewellery related to such legendary queens as Nefertari, Nefertiti, and Hatshepsut. An impressive multisensory experience that takes a look at one of the most important and celebrated civilizations in history.

    An exhibition developed by Pointe-à-Callière, Montréal Archaeology and History Complex, in collaboration with Museo Egizio of Turin (Italy).

  • Montreal Digital Spring

    01/05/2018

    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective imagination. Architectural installations, interactive exhibitions, and contemporary creations combining disciplines and artistic currents, among others, are up for the offering for Montrealers and tourists alike.


  • Queens of Egypt

    02/05/2018

    Travel back in time to ancient Egypt—to the days of the Egyptian Empire, some 3,500 years ago—where you will meet women whose remarkable destiny saw them become the wives, mothers, and daughters of pharaohs! The exhibition features over 350 prestigious objects, including monumental statues, frescos, sarcophagi, a mummy, funerary objects, and jewellery related to such legendary queens as Nefertari, Nefertiti, and Hatshepsut. An impressive multisensory experience that takes a look at one of the most important and celebrated civilizations in history.

    An exhibition developed by Pointe-à-Callière, Montréal Archaeology and History Complex, in collaboration with Museo Egizio of Turin (Italy).

  • Montreal Digital Spring

    02/05/2018

    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective imagination. Architectural installations, interactive exhibitions, and contemporary creations combining disciplines and artistic currents, among others, are up for the offering for Montrealers and tourists alike.


  • Queens of Egypt

    03/05/2018

    Travel back in time to ancient Egypt—to the days of the Egyptian Empire, some 3,500 years ago—where you will meet women whose remarkable destiny saw them become the wives, mothers, and daughters of pharaohs! The exhibition features over 350 prestigious objects, including monumental statues, frescos, sarcophagi, a mummy, funerary objects, and jewellery related to such legendary queens as Nefertari, Nefertiti, and Hatshepsut. An impressive multisensory experience that takes a look at one of the most important and celebrated civilizations in history.

    An exhibition developed by Pointe-à-Callière, Montréal Archaeology and History Complex, in collaboration with Museo Egizio of Turin (Italy).

  • Montreal Digital Spring

    03/05/2018

    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective imagination. Architectural installations, interactive exhibitions, and contemporary creations combining disciplines and artistic currents, among others, are up for the offering for Montrealers and tourists alike.


  • Queens of Egypt

    04/05/2018

    Travel back in time to ancient Egypt—to the days of the Egyptian Empire, some 3,500 years ago—where you will meet women whose remarkable destiny saw them become the wives, mothers, and daughters of pharaohs! The exhibition features over 350 prestigious objects, including monumental statues, frescos, sarcophagi, a mummy, funerary objects, and jewellery related to such legendary queens as Nefertari, Nefertiti, and Hatshepsut. An impressive multisensory experience that takes a look at one of the most important and celebrated civilizations in history.

    An exhibition developed by Pointe-à-Callière, Montréal Archaeology and History Complex, in collaboration with Museo Egizio of Turin (Italy).

  • Montreal Digital Spring

    04/05/2018

    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective imagination. Architectural installations, interactive exhibitions, and contemporary creations combining disciplines and artistic currents, among others, are up for the offering for Montrealers and tourists alike.


  • Queens of Egypt

    05/05/2018

    Travel back in time to ancient Egypt—to the days of the Egyptian Empire, some 3,500 years ago—where you will meet women whose remarkable destiny saw them become the wives, mothers, and daughters of pharaohs! The exhibition features over 350 prestigious objects, including monumental statues, frescos, sarcophagi, a mummy, funerary objects, and jewellery related to such legendary queens as Nefertari, Nefertiti, and Hatshepsut. An impressive multisensory experience that takes a look at one of the most important and celebrated civilizations in history.

    An exhibition developed by Pointe-à-Callière, Montréal Archaeology and History Complex, in collaboration with Museo Egizio of Turin (Italy).

  • Montreal Digital Spring

    05/05/2018

    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective imagination. Architectural installations, interactive exhibitions, and contemporary creations combining disciplines and artistic currents, among others, are up for the offering for Montrealers and tourists alike.


  • Montreal Digital Spring

    06/05/2018

    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective imagination. Architectural installations, interactive exhibitions, and contemporary creations combining disciplines and artistic currents, among others, are up for the offering for Montrealers and tourists alike.


  • Queens of Egypt

    07/05/2018

    Travel back in time to ancient Egypt—to the days of the Egyptian Empire, some 3,500 years ago—where you will meet women whose remarkable destiny saw them become the wives, mothers, and daughters of pharaohs! The exhibition features over 350 prestigious objects, including monumental statues, frescos, sarcophagi, a mummy, funerary objects, and jewellery related to such legendary queens as Nefertari, Nefertiti, and Hatshepsut. An impressive multisensory experience that takes a look at one of the most important and celebrated civilizations in history.

    An exhibition developed by Pointe-à-Callière, Montréal Archaeology and History Complex, in collaboration with Museo Egizio of Turin (Italy).

  • Montreal Digital Spring

    07/05/2018

    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective imagination. Architectural installations, interactive exhibitions, and contemporary creations combining disciplines and artistic currents, among others, are up for the offering for Montrealers and tourists alike.


  • Queens of Egypt

    08/05/2018

    Travel back in time to ancient Egypt—to the days of the Egyptian Empire, some 3,500 years ago—where you will meet women whose remarkable destiny saw them become the wives, mothers, and daughters of pharaohs! The exhibition features over 350 prestigious objects, including monumental statues, frescos, sarcophagi, a mummy, funerary objects, and jewellery related to such legendary queens as Nefertari, Nefertiti, and Hatshepsut. An impressive multisensory experience that takes a look at one of the most important and celebrated civilizations in history.

    An exhibition developed by Pointe-à-Callière, Montréal Archaeology and History Complex, in collaboration with Museo Egizio of Turin (Italy).

  • Montreal Digital Spring

    08/05/2018

    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective imagination. Architectural installations, interactive exhibitions, and contemporary creations combining disciplines and artistic currents, among others, are up for the offering for Montrealers and tourists alike.


  • Queens of Egypt

    09/05/2018

    Travel back in time to ancient Egypt—to the days of the Egyptian Empire, some 3,500 years ago—where you will meet women whose remarkable destiny saw them become the wives, mothers, and daughters of pharaohs! The exhibition features over 350 prestigious objects, including monumental statues, frescos, sarcophagi, a mummy, funerary objects, and jewellery related to such legendary queens as Nefertari, Nefertiti, and Hatshepsut. An impressive multisensory experience that takes a look at one of the most important and celebrated civilizations in history.

    An exhibition developed by Pointe-à-Callière, Montréal Archaeology and History Complex, in collaboration with Museo Egizio of Turin (Italy).

  • Montreal Digital Spring

    09/05/2018

    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective imagination. Architectural installations, interactive exhibitions, and contemporary creations combining disciplines and artistic currents, among others, are up for the offering for Montrealers and tourists alike.


  • Queens of Egypt

    10/05/2018

    Travel back in time to ancient Egypt—to the days of the Egyptian Empire, some 3,500 years ago—where you will meet women whose remarkable destiny saw them become the wives, mothers, and daughters of pharaohs! The exhibition features over 350 prestigious objects, including monumental statues, frescos, sarcophagi, a mummy, funerary objects, and jewellery related to such legendary queens as Nefertari, Nefertiti, and Hatshepsut. An impressive multisensory experience that takes a look at one of the most important and celebrated civilizations in history.

    An exhibition developed by Pointe-à-Callière, Montréal Archaeology and History Complex, in collaboration with Museo Egizio of Turin (Italy).

  • Montreal Digital Spring

    10/05/2018

    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective imagination. Architectural installations, interactive exhibitions, and contemporary creations combining disciplines and artistic currents, among others, are up for the offering for Montrealers and tourists alike.


  • Queens of Egypt

    11/05/2018

    Travel back in time to ancient Egypt—to the days of the Egyptian Empire, some 3,500 years ago—where you will meet women whose remarkable destiny saw them become the wives, mothers, and daughters of pharaohs! The exhibition features over 350 prestigious objects, including monumental statues, frescos, sarcophagi, a mummy, funerary objects, and jewellery related to such legendary queens as Nefertari, Nefertiti, and Hatshepsut. An impressive multisensory experience that takes a look at one of the most important and celebrated civilizations in history.

    An exhibition developed by Pointe-à-Callière, Montréal Archaeology and History Complex, in collaboration with Museo Egizio of Turin (Italy).

  • Montreal Digital Spring

    11/05/2018

    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective imagination. Architectural installations, interactive exhibitions, and contemporary creations combining disciplines and artistic currents, among others, are up for the offering for Montrealers and tourists alike.


  • Queens of Egypt

    12/05/2018

    Travel back in time to ancient Egypt—to the days of the Egyptian Empire, some 3,500 years ago—where you will meet women whose remarkable destiny saw them become the wives, mothers, and daughters of pharaohs! The exhibition features over 350 prestigious objects, including monumental statues, frescos, sarcophagi, a mummy, funerary objects, and jewellery related to such legendary queens as Nefertari, Nefertiti, and Hatshepsut. An impressive multisensory experience that takes a look at one of the most important and celebrated civilizations in history.

    An exhibition developed by Pointe-à-Callière, Montréal Archaeology and History Complex, in collaboration with Museo Egizio of Turin (Italy).

  • Montreal Digital Spring

    12/05/2018

    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective imagination. Architectural installations, interactive exhibitions, and contemporary creations combining disciplines and artistic currents, among others, are up for the offering for Montrealers and tourists alike.


  • Montreal Digital Spring

    13/05/2018

    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective imagination. Architectural installations, interactive exhibitions, and contemporary creations combining disciplines and artistic currents, among others, are up for the offering for Montrealers and tourists alike.


  • Queens of Egypt

    14/05/2018

    Travel back in time to ancient Egypt—to the days of the Egyptian Empire, some 3,500 years ago—where you will meet women whose remarkable destiny saw them become the wives, mothers, and daughters of pharaohs! The exhibition features over 350 prestigious objects, including monumental statues, frescos, sarcophagi, a mummy, funerary objects, and jewellery related to such legendary queens as Nefertari, Nefertiti, and Hatshepsut. An impressive multisensory experience that takes a look at one of the most important and celebrated civilizations in history.

    An exhibition developed by Pointe-à-Callière, Montréal Archaeology and History Complex, in collaboration with Museo Egizio of Turin (Italy).

  • Montreal Digital Spring

    14/05/2018

    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective imagination. Architectural installations, interactive exhibitions, and contemporary creations combining disciplines and artistic currents, among others, are up for the offering for Montrealers and tourists alike.


  • Queens of Egypt

    15/05/2018

    Travel back in time to ancient Egypt—to the days of the Egyptian Empire, some 3,500 years ago—where you will meet women whose remarkable destiny saw them become the wives, mothers, and daughters of pharaohs! The exhibition features over 350 prestigious objects, including monumental statues, frescos, sarcophagi, a mummy, funerary objects, and jewellery related to such legendary queens as Nefertari, Nefertiti, and Hatshepsut. An impressive multisensory experience that takes a look at one of the most important and celebrated civilizations in history.

    An exhibition developed by Pointe-à-Callière, Montréal Archaeology and History Complex, in collaboration with Museo Egizio of Turin (Italy).

  • Montreal Digital Spring

    15/05/2018

    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective imagination. Architectural installations, interactive exhibitions, and contemporary creations combining disciplines and artistic currents, among others, are up for the offering for Montrealers and tourists alike.


  • Queens of Egypt

    16/05/2018

    Travel back in time to ancient Egypt—to the days of the Egyptian Empire, some 3,500 years ago—where you will meet women whose remarkable destiny saw them become the wives, mothers, and daughters of pharaohs! The exhibition features over 350 prestigious objects, including monumental statues, frescos, sarcophagi, a mummy, funerary objects, and jewellery related to such legendary queens as Nefertari, Nefertiti, and Hatshepsut. An impressive multisensory experience that takes a look at one of the most important and celebrated civilizations in history.

    An exhibition developed by Pointe-à-Callière, Montréal Archaeology and History Complex, in collaboration with Museo Egizio of Turin (Italy).

  • Montreal Digital Spring

    16/05/2018

    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective imagination. Architectural installations, interactive exhibitions, and contemporary creations combining disciplines and artistic currents, among others, are up for the offering for Montrealers and tourists alike.


  • Queens of Egypt

    17/05/2018

    Travel back in time to ancient Egypt—to the days of the Egyptian Empire, some 3,500 years ago—where you will meet women whose remarkable destiny saw them become the wives, mothers, and daughters of pharaohs! The exhibition features over 350 prestigious objects, including monumental statues, frescos, sarcophagi, a mummy, funerary objects, and jewellery related to such legendary queens as Nefertari, Nefertiti, and Hatshepsut. An impressive multisensory experience that takes a look at one of the most important and celebrated civilizations in history.

    An exhibition developed by Pointe-à-Callière, Montréal Archaeology and History Complex, in collaboration with Museo Egizio of Turin (Italy).

  • Montreal Digital Spring

    17/05/2018

    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective imagination. Architectural installations, interactive exhibitions, and contemporary creations combining disciplines and artistic currents, among others, are up for the offering for Montrealers and tourists alike.


  • Queens of Egypt

    18/05/2018

    Travel back in time to ancient Egypt—to the days of the Egyptian Empire, some 3,500 years ago—where you will meet women whose remarkable destiny saw them become the wives, mothers, and daughters of pharaohs! The exhibition features over 350 prestigious objects, including monumental statues, frescos, sarcophagi, a mummy, funerary objects, and jewellery related to such legendary queens as Nefertari, Nefertiti, and Hatshepsut. An impressive multisensory experience that takes a look at one of the most important and celebrated civilizations in history.

    An exhibition developed by Pointe-à-Callière, Montréal Archaeology and History Complex, in collaboration with Museo Egizio of Turin (Italy).

  • Montreal Digital Spring

    18/05/2018

    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective imagination. Architectural installations, interactive exhibitions, and contemporary creations combining disciplines and artistic currents, among others, are up for the offering for Montrealers and tourists alike.


  • Queens of Egypt

    19/05/2018

    Travel back in time to ancient Egypt—to the days of the Egyptian Empire, some 3,500 years ago—where you will meet women whose remarkable destiny saw them become the wives, mothers, and daughters of pharaohs! The exhibition features over 350 prestigious objects, including monumental statues, frescos, sarcophagi, a mummy, funerary objects, and jewellery related to such legendary queens as Nefertari, Nefertiti, and Hatshepsut. An impressive multisensory experience that takes a look at one of the most important and celebrated civilizations in history.

    An exhibition developed by Pointe-à-Callière, Montréal Archaeology and History Complex, in collaboration with Museo Egizio of Turin (Italy).

  • Montreal Digital Spring

    19/05/2018

    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective imagination. Architectural installations, interactive exhibitions, and contemporary creations combining disciplines and artistic currents, among others, are up for the offering for Montrealers and tourists alike.


  • Montreal Digital Spring

    20/05/2018

    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective imagination. Architectural installations, interactive exhibitions, and contemporary creations combining disciplines and artistic currents, among others, are up for the offering for Montrealers and tourists alike.


  • Queens of Egypt

    21/05/2018

    Travel back in time to ancient Egypt—to the days of the Egyptian Empire, some 3,500 years ago—where you will meet women whose remarkable destiny saw them become the wives, mothers, and daughters of pharaohs! The exhibition features over 350 prestigious objects, including monumental statues, frescos, sarcophagi, a mummy, funerary objects, and jewellery related to such legendary queens as Nefertari, Nefertiti, and Hatshepsut. An impressive multisensory experience that takes a look at one of the most important and celebrated civilizations in history.

    An exhibition developed by Pointe-à-Callière, Montréal Archaeology and History Complex, in collaboration with Museo Egizio of Turin (Italy).

  • Montreal Digital Spring

    21/05/2018

    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective imagination. Architectural installations, interactive exhibitions, and contemporary creations combining disciplines and artistic currents, among others, are up for the offering for Montrealers and tourists alike.


  • Queens of Egypt

    22/05/2018

    Travel back in time to ancient Egypt—to the days of the Egyptian Empire, some 3,500 years ago—where you will meet women whose remarkable destiny saw them become the wives, mothers, and daughters of pharaohs! The exhibition features over 350 prestigious objects, including monumental statues, frescos, sarcophagi, a mummy, funerary objects, and jewellery related to such legendary queens as Nefertari, Nefertiti, and Hatshepsut. An impressive multisensory experience that takes a look at one of the most important and celebrated civilizations in history.

    An exhibition developed by Pointe-à-Callière, Montréal Archaeology and History Complex, in collaboration with Museo Egizio of Turin (Italy).

  • Montreal Digital Spring

    22/05/2018

    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective imagination. Architectural installations, interactive exhibitions, and contemporary creations combining disciplines and artistic currents, among others, are up for the offering for Montrealers and tourists alike.


  • Queens of Egypt

    23/05/2018

    Travel back in time to ancient Egypt—to the days of the Egyptian Empire, some 3,500 years ago—where you will meet women whose remarkable destiny saw them become the wives, mothers, and daughters of pharaohs! The exhibition features over 350 prestigious objects, including monumental statues, frescos, sarcophagi, a mummy, funerary objects, and jewellery related to such legendary queens as Nefertari, Nefertiti, and Hatshepsut. An impressive multisensory experience that takes a look at one of the most important and celebrated civilizations in history.

    An exhibition developed by Pointe-à-Callière, Montréal Archaeology and History Complex, in collaboration with Museo Egizio of Turin (Italy).

  • Montreal Digital Spring

    23/05/2018

    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective imagination. Architectural installations, interactive exhibitions, and contemporary creations combining disciplines and artistic currents, among others, are up for the offering for Montrealers and tourists alike.


  • Queens of Egypt

    24/05/2018

    Travel back in time to ancient Egypt—to the days of the Egyptian Empire, some 3,500 years ago—where you will meet women whose remarkable destiny saw them become the wives, mothers, and daughters of pharaohs! The exhibition features over 350 prestigious objects, including monumental statues, frescos, sarcophagi, a mummy, funerary objects, and jewellery related to such legendary queens as Nefertari, Nefertiti, and Hatshepsut. An impressive multisensory experience that takes a look at one of the most important and celebrated civilizations in history.

    An exhibition developed by Pointe-à-Callière, Montréal Archaeology and History Complex, in collaboration with Museo Egizio of Turin (Italy).

  • Montreal Digital Spring

    24/05/2018

    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective imagination. Architectural installations, interactive exhibitions, and contemporary creations combining disciplines and artistic currents, among others, are up for the offering for Montrealers and tourists alike.


  • Queens of Egypt

    25/05/2018

    Travel back in time to ancient Egypt—to the days of the Egyptian Empire, some 3,500 years ago—where you will meet women whose remarkable destiny saw them become the wives, mothers, and daughters of pharaohs! The exhibition features over 350 prestigious objects, including monumental statues, frescos, sarcophagi, a mummy, funerary objects, and jewellery related to such legendary queens as Nefertari, Nefertiti, and Hatshepsut. An impressive multisensory experience that takes a look at one of the most important and celebrated civilizations in history.

    An exhibition developed by Pointe-à-Callière, Montréal Archaeology and History Complex, in collaboration with Museo Egizio of Turin (Italy).

  • Montreal Digital Spring

    25/05/2018

    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective imagination. Architectural installations, interactive exhibitions, and contemporary creations combining disciplines and artistic currents, among others, are up for the offering for Montrealers and tourists alike.


  • Queens of Egypt

    26/05/2018

    Travel back in time to ancient Egypt—to the days of the Egyptian Empire, some 3,500 years ago—where you will meet women whose remarkable destiny saw them become the wives, mothers, and daughters of pharaohs! The exhibition features over 350 prestigious objects, including monumental statues, frescos, sarcophagi, a mummy, funerary objects, and jewellery related to such legendary queens as Nefertari, Nefertiti, and Hatshepsut. An impressive multisensory experience that takes a look at one of the most important and celebrated civilizations in history.

    An exhibition developed by Pointe-à-Callière, Montréal Archaeology and History Complex, in collaboration with Museo Egizio of Turin (Italy).

  • Montreal Digital Spring

    26/05/2018

    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective imagination. Architectural installations, interactive exhibitions, and contemporary creations combining disciplines and artistic currents, among others, are up for the offering for Montrealers and tourists alike.


  • Montreal Digital Spring

    27/05/2018

    As spring approaches, so do exciting ideas and discoveries at the forefront of the international, collective imagination. Architectural installations, interactive exhibitions, and contemporary creations combining disciplines and artistic currents,