On the banks of the St. Lawrence River, 10 km from downtown Montréal, history and contemporary art are closely intertwined. In addition to the Musée de Lachine’s historical collection and buildings, the museum provides free access to one of Canada’s largest sculpture gardens: the Musée plein air de Lachine. With nearly 50 outdoor sculptures on display, the Musée plein air offers visitors an exceptional environment in which to discover the works of numerous renowned artists like André Fournelle, Michel Goulet, David Moore, Linda Covit and Bill Vazan.
Guided tours are available. Reservations are required.
Free admission. Metered parking lot.
The Musée plein air is open daily from sunrise to sunset.
Angrignon metro, bus 110 or 495
Highway 20, exit 63; Road 138, exit 2 (Clément/Saint-Patrick)
Lachine Canal bicycle path, western end