- This museum is both a look at Lachine's fascinating history and a contemporary art gallery. The Maison LeBer-LeMoyne permanent exhibit focuses on the history of the building itself, which dates from 1669. Temporary exhibits, held in the Pavillon Benoît-Verdickt and the Pavillon de l'Entrepôt (2901 St-Joseph Boulevard, near 28th), run the gamut of modern art, while the Outdoor Sculpture Museum in René-Lévesque Park is a wonderful way to spend an afternoon. Admission is free.
- © wcities.com 2013
Ask a local about Musée de la Ville de LachineLocals have answered 64 questions about Montreal.
Ask Montreal Locals about Musée de la Ville de Lachine