City Pass, Ticket Office and Booking
Update: February 18, 2021
Following the extension of public health measures by the Gouvernement du Québec on February 2, 2021, we unfortunately won’t be offering a Passeport MTL for this winter.
However, we’re optimistic that we’ll be able to offer a Passeport MTL for the 2021 spring/summer.
Meanwhile, if you purchased a Passeport MTL for fall 2020, but weren’t able to use it, you can ask for a refund by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 1 844 685-3544.
If you’ve partially used your fall 2020 Passeport MTL (have visited one or two attractions), its validity will be extended until the end of summer 2021. We’ll contact you as soon as we know more about openings and new attractions for the 2021 spring/summer.
Rest assured that we’re hard at work at finding new ideas with our members and partners to offer you the best possible products and services.
Montréal Museums Pass
The Montréal Museums Pass opens the doors to some 50 museums throughout Greater Montréal.
It is offered in two forms: 3 consecutives days of museums (public transport included) or 3 days over 3 consecutive weeks (transport not included).
Points of sale: some participating museums, the Infotouriste Centre and the Tourist Welcome Office in Old Montréal.
514 845-6873 | museesmontreal.org
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