Cultural activities


January 16 to February 7: Fête des neiges de Montréal at parc Jean-Drapeau
During four week-ends, the Stewart Museum invites you to take a trip into the 18th century for an introduction to old-fashioned curling on a real outdoor curling rink, the way Scottish soldiers played the game.  

February 27 to March 6: Spring Break at the Museum
The Museum offers activities facilitated by interpreter-guides every day the Museum is open, including the story hour, the introduction to old-fashioned curling, snowshoe walk on île Sainte-Hélène, the talks titled Chapters of Our History and the Hall of Games.     

April 17: International Day on Monuments and Sites | Theme: The heritage of sport
1640-1943 - Montréal, lieu de captivité guided tour (in French)

May 22: National Patriots' Day

May 29: 30th edition of Montreal Museums Day  

September 20: Les Belles Soirées de l'Université de Montréal

October 1: Journées de la culture | Theme: Music

October 28: Ghosts of the Museum           

Fête des neiges de Montréal 2016

Warm up with old-fashioned curling!
Saturday and Sunday
10 a.m. to 5 p.m. - On the Fête des neiges outdoor site

During the Weekends from January 16 to February 7, 2016, a variety of winter activities are offered to the public on the outdoor area at parc Jean-Drapeau. Enjoy free performances and chill out by participating in many paid and free activities. A team of the Stewart Museum's interpreter guides will be present near cirque polaire in order to propose you to play to old-fashioned curling, a sport introduced by the Scottish soldiers who accompanied the troops of General Wolfe around 1759. At that time, they played with rocks on frozen lakes and rivers.

For the location of the old-fashioned curling, see the online site map (in French only).

SPECIAL PROMOTION during the event

* ACCROPasse holders get FREE ACCESS to the Stewart Museum during the event - on weekends from January, 16 to February, 7, 2016. You must present you valid ACCROPasse at the Stewart Museum ticket office.