Enjoy 2 for 1 as a family and it's free for children (15 and under).
The Musée des Hospitalières de l'Hotel-Dieu de Montreal tells the story of the origins of Montreal and of the city's first hospital, the Hôtel-Dieu, founded by Jeanne Mance in 1642. It is a unique place to discover the history of medicine by participating with the children in our “Seek and Find” games! With the temporary exhibition, Victor Bourgeau. A bishop and his architect, take the opportunity to discover one of the most influential architects of the 19th century, author of more than 300 buildings in Québec.
For families with children only valid from. February 27 to April 30, 2021. No Reservation needed. Offer available on site.
Sun, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat, 10 a.m. to noon; Sun, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat, 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Closed: June 24 and July 1.
- Partial access for persons with disabilities
- Family Activity
- Montréal Museums Pass Accepted
- Accompanying Leisure Card (CAL)
- Parking for Buses
- Guided Tour
- Student admission: $8
- Adult admission: $10
- Senior admission: $8
A unique museum, which in addition to tracing the history of health and religious heritage, discusses the true origins of Ville-Marie. It explores the beginnings of Montréal and the Hotel-Dieu, founded by Jeanne Mance; the arrival in 1659 of the Hospitallers of Saint-Joseph, an order of nursing sisters; and the evolution of medicine and nursing. Discover artifacts and art and medical objects bearing testament to another era. An outdoor tour with a digital player helps you explore the heritage of the Hospitallers. With a guide, enter the Hospitaller’s crypt, discover the garden and a stop at the Hôtel-Dieu chapel, built in 1861 by architect Victor Bourgeau.
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