2345 Jarry East street
Montréal (Québec) H1Z 4P3Located in the heart of the Cité des arts du cirque, TOHU is the North American centre for performance, creativity, experimentation, and convergence of culture, the environment and community involvement. Visit the permanent exhibition Quel cirque!, and temporary exhibitions, which present works in connection the society, the circus or the environment.Learn more
859 Sherbrooke Street West
Montréal H3A 0C4Established in 1882, the Redpath Museum preserves and displays large collections of ancient and modern organisms, minerals, and world culture (ethnological) artefacts. It serves as a teaching and reserach unit at McGill University. Research focuses on the history of life and biodiversity of the planet.Learn more
Created in 2006, the Montreal Museum of Fly Fishing is a non-profit organization which has given itself the mission to popularize the history of fly fishing in Quebec. Our events in the form of indoor or web exhibitions highlight the different artifacts in our collection as well as the anecdotes related to them. We therefore want to do our part to enrich Quebec's historical heritage and to perpetuate the memory of our passionate men and women of fly fishing.Learn more
The Museum presents travelling exhibitions only.
407, Saint-Pierre St
H2Y 2M3Dedicated to art in all its forms, Phi is a multidisciplinary arts and culture organization that cultivates all aspects of creation, development, production and dissemination. Phi is at the intersection of art, film, music, design and technology. Through eclectic programming and a strong emphasis on content creation, Phi fosters unexpected encounters between artists and audiences.Learn more
Headquartered at the Phi Centre in Montreal Canada, Phi was created by Director and Founder Phoebe Greenberg.
615 Sainte-Croix Avenue,
Montréal H4L 3X6The mission of the Quebec's Masters and Artisans Museum is to highlight the ingenuity and creativity of the creators and artisans of handmade objects made in Quebec, in its traditional and contemporary form.Learn more