Illuminated Evenings

Admission to the Museum is $5 for adults, free for children aged 12 and under  between 5 and 10 p.m.

Our Illuminated Evenings are back again this year! With family or friends, come to St. Helen's Island for an amazing summer evening and the best views!

Visit the exhibition History and Memory. which covers more than five centuries of history, from the First Nations to the present day and take part in our outdoor tour Fort on St.Helen's Island until 10 p.m. for only $5.

After visiting the exhibition, you can admire the fireworks display of L'International des Feux Loto-Québec from the inner courtyard of the Museum with a panoramic view of Montreal.

L'international des Feux Loto-Quebec 
Wednesday, July 3 - Fireworks from South Korea: Dreaming in Montreal
Wednesday, July 10 - Fireworks from Portugal: Stay tuned!
Wednesday, July 17 - Fireworks from USA: Jungle Spirit
Wednesday, July 24 - Fireworks from Australia: Shapeshifter 

Bring your own chair! 
No reservations required, first-come, first-served.
No alcohol is allowed on the site.
Please note that no refund of parking is applicable during the evening.

How to get to the Museum

We recommend you use public transportation or bicycle to facilitate access to the Museum on these occasions.


Yellow line, Jean-Drapeau Station 
Take the yellow Metro line to the Jean-Drapeau Station and follow the pedestrian signs to the Stewart Museum (10 to 15 minutes walk)

Shuttle 769 and 767 🚍
During the operating hours of La Ronde, take the seasonal shuttle 769 La Ronde from Papineau metro station or seasonal shuttle 767 La Ronde/La Plage from Jean-Drapeau metro station.

At the La Ronde stop, walk 300 meters up the road under the Jacques-Cartier bridge. The entrance to the Museum is through the wooden palissade. 


Take the bicycle path across the Jacques-Cartier Bridge to the Parc Jean-Drapeau exit.
Follow the signs to the Stewart Museum. Monitored bicycle racks are available in the Museum courtyard. 

If you use the Bixi service, you may replace the Bixi in front of the entrance of La Ronde and continue on foot.