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The museum is free if you do not go to the special exhibit and $15 Canadian if you do. There are special rates for students/seniors/youth. The rest of the museum is also great and deserves to be looked at.
With most major establishments being closed, you may be running low on ideas. If outdoor festivities are not for you, you can definitely enjoy a day at the museum. Known for showing some of the finest artwork in the world, our local museum is open on June 24 for your viewing pleasure.
Located in the business sector of Montreal, on Sherbrooke West (near Guy-Concordia or Peel metro stations), the MBA features more than 41,000 works dating from the Antiquity until today. There’s a good reason why approximately one million visitors frequent it annually. Come here to appreciate the exhibitions covering all areas related to art, including cinema, music, fashion, illustrations, painting and more.
The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts presents the work of humanist photographer George S. Zimbel this November. Recognized at first glance for his famous photo of Marilyn Monroe, skirt lifted a blast of air from a subway entrance, he also photographed several other American icons. While he lived in Montreal in the early 1980s with his wife, his work is probably the least known here, in his own city. November is your chance to change that!