What's On at the Museum

HALL OF GAMES - FROM FEBRUARY 10


Test your skills soon in the Hall of Games, a whole new place of entertainment featuring games from the 16th to the 20th century. Discover the Canadian version of checkers, the cup-and-ball game, the Aboriginal dish game and more!
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OLD-FASHIONED CURLING IN THE COURTYARD


From January 16 to March 6, 2016, come at the Stewart Museum to play old-fashioned curling on natural ice, the way the game was enjoyed by Scottish immigrants in the 18th century.
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NEW TALKS CHAPTERS OF OUR HISTORY


Every weekend this winter, (re)discover the exhibition History and Memory through talks presented by interpreter-guides and learn about various themes and key periods in Quebec history.
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Fête des neiges de Montréal 2016


On weekends, from January 16 to February 7, 2016, the Stewart Museum celebrates Fête des neiges de Montréal at parc Jean-Drapeau and invites you to take a trip into the 18th century for an introduction to old-fashioned curling. With curling irons and brooms supplied, fun is guaranteed!
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Exclusive offer: Enter the Museum for less than $1


To mark the Stewart Museum's 60th anniversary, admission is only ¢60 for visitors age 60 and over every Wednesday until July 2, 2016!
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The Museum 60th anniversary


On July 2, Stewart Museum will be celebrating its 60th anniversary. Since its creation in 1955, the Museum has always found its place in between two worlds: the old and the new, Europe and America, and has a unique perspective for the valorization of our patrimony. With the aim of highlighting its 60th anniversary, on July 2, the Museum admissions will be free for all individual visitors!
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