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Planning a visit


The museum

The Museum is accessible without a reservation and without a health passport, you can consult all our health measures here →

Access to the Museum is exclusively pedestrian due to construction on Pine Avenue. The Museum does not offer any parking spaces, except for people with reduced mobility (by reservation).

Tues ‒ Fri:
10 am ‒ 12 noon
1 pm ‒ 5 pm
Sat & Sun: 10 am ‒ 5 pm
Mon: closed

Adults: $12
Seniors (65+): $10
Students (18+): $10
5-17 years old: 5$
Children 0-5: Free
Family rates available

Address and Access


Sherbrooke metro station (orange line)

Place-des-Arts metro station (green line)

Saint-Laurent metro station (green line)

144, 129, 80 or 55 buses


with a group

Visit our exhibitions in a group and take advantage of our thematic tours. Reserve now online, or contact us.




Due to construction work on Pine Avenue, the Museum parking lot is no longer accessible. Only persons with reduced mobility will be able to access the Museum’s parking lot upon a reservation, by calling us before your visit at 514 849-2919.

If you wish to bring a vehicle to the Museum, the parking lot of the former Hôtel-Dieu de Montréal emergency room is open to individuals for a fee. Access to the parking lot is from Saint-Urbain Street.


The museum is accessible to people with reduced mobility and is certified by Kéroul. The main entrance includes an access ramp, and there is an elevator providing access to both floors of the museum.

A wheelchair is provided for visitor use. No reservations necessary; information at the reception desk.

The Museum’s parking lot is accessible upon reservation, by calling us at 514 849-2919 before your visit. Information regarding vehicular access to the Museum during the construction period on Pine Avenue will be sent to you.

The buildings of the Hospitallers’ convent complex are not accessible to persons with reduced mobility. Our guided tours of the crypt, the chapel, the monastery and the garden are not adapted for people with reduced mobility.

Individual admission

Adults $12

Seniors (65+) $10

Students (18+) $10

5 to 17 years old $5

Children 0 to 5 years old Free

Family rates:

1 adult + 3 children (5 to 17 years old) $15

2 adults + 3 children (5 to 17 years old) $27

Admission to the museum is free on the first Sunday of each month. This measure is made possible by the Ministère de la Culture et des Communications du Québec. For Québec residents only.

Group admission

Adult groups (18+) and students $8 / person

School groups $6 / child


We offer guided tours of the permanent exhibition and the current temporary exhibition, as well as educational tours.


Groups must be composed of a minimum of 8 people.

Thematic tour fees


Consult our program for tour dates.


Adults (18+) $17

5 to 17 years old $5

Children 0 to 5 years old Free



These tours are available by reservation on a date of your choice. Please note that the summer tours are offered exclusively from June to September.


Adults (18+) $12 / person

School group $6 / child


If you wish to combine a guided tour of the museum with a thematic tour, please contact us for fees.


Groups must be composed of a minimum of 8 people.

Free admission

Journalists (with press card)

People with a Companion Leisure Card (CAL)

Members of the International Council of Museums (ICOM)

Members of the Canadian Museums Association (CMA)

Members of the Société des musées du Québec (SMQ)

Members of the Association professionnelle des guides touristiques (APGT)

Members of the Association des guides touristiques du Québec (AGTQ)

Cultural passes

The museum is a participant in the Montréal Museum Cards offer and Passeport MTL.