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  1. Cultural Montreal To better understand the city’s history, stop in at the McCord Museum (690 Sherbrooke Street West), one of the most important historical museums in Canada. It has a good exhibit on Montreal’s life past and present. Also check out its temporary exhibits, such as the one that was on display when I was there, Montreal through the eyes of Vittorio – the Italian-born poster artist who captured almost a half century of life in the city through his art. Montreal’s Ganster Age, Scandal Exhibition, Montreal History Museum Montreal’s History Museum, a former fire station at 335 place d’Youville, also has an excellent display on the city’s history and temporary thematic exhibits. I had a good laugh at the one making fun of the city’s scandalous past, “Montreal’s Gangster Age”, comparing it to ‘Toronto the Good’.   Beaver Hall Group at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts I always look to see what’s on at the Museum of Fine Arts (1380 Sherbrooke Street West), probably the most visited museum in Canada.

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