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Musée des beaux-arts de Montréal

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Musée des beaux-arts de Montréal

4,491 Reviews
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Reza Sattarzadeh wrote a review Dec 2020
Muscat, Oman1,976 contributions290 helpful votes
The museum show cases a very good collection of international and Canadian artifacts related to contemporary schools of art. When I visited, only one section is the museum was open to public due to Covid but that section was indicative of the good collection and efficient management. In the area around the museum, the are a large number of artifacts that one can see prior to entering the main building. Recommended for a visit when Montreal.
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Date of experience: July 2020
Monique wrote a review Sep 2020
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It was the worst organization of the exibition I've ever seen. On Friday tickets are available till 4pm. Are you serious? Museum is opened till 4pm? You're coming with tickets bought online with exact time and you're waiting in the line to enter the museum. Yes, they keep you wait outside, at the end of September. When you're waiton inside for your tickets to be scanned. Whent you're allowed to go to the exposition, where surprise! you're in the third line to enter the exposition itself. Totally we've spent in lines about 40 minutes. Finally, you're in. What you see? Right! You see the next line to pass from one hall to another. The museum guards watch you in every single hall and do not enter in there are too many people inside. Why do you sell the tickets with exact time to enter? Why pays their salary? By the end of the day -- us, visitors. Why am I not surprised that the prices are skyrocketing? At the governement sponsored museum (all the museums in Washington, DC are free, btw). The audioguides are not available -- ah, yes I forgot we have deadly virus now. The museum staff didn't hear anything about sanitizers and how the respiratory viruses spread. There is now catalog of the exihibition available at the store. Only the separated books of every artist. Yes, between 50 and 100 each. Looks like the virus is the best excuse not to do the job as follows and not to be responsible for anything. Highly NOT recommended to visit the museum till the end of the resptrictions.
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Date of experience: September 2020
5000traveller wrote a review Sep 2020
Ottawa, Canada513 contributions150 helpful votes
Wow! What a presentation. Lots of beautiful artworks. Wednesday's evening after 17h the admission is inexpensive for this collection. Not a lot of seating available to view collection.
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Date of experience: September 2020
laurel_s1717 wrote a review Jul 2020
Kigali, Rwanda113 contributions9 helpful votes
Many beautiful collections and exhibits here. There is a fascinating design section that features furniture design. Beautiful lighting and displays as well.
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Date of experience: December 2019
Aracori wrote a review Mar 2020
San Antonio, Texas15 contributions4 helpful votes
It is a complete museum, you have to plan at least 3 hours to make the most of it, having come for work I only had 1 hour, I would come back with my family
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Date of experience: February 2020
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