The Montreal Heritage Calendar

Day by day. Have fun discovering the many attractions in and around Montreal.

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January 12, 2018

All the lifelong day! The triumphs and tragedies of a working-class neighbourhood

» Écomusée du fier monde

Discover the tale of the Centre-Sud, a microcosm of the Industrial Revolution in Montreal. Come witness the impact of industry on labour and on the living conditions of working-class families.

Hang your Christmas stocking!

» Château Ramezay - Musée et site historique de Montréal

Only the Château Ramezay offers this activity! Children can hang a Christmas stocking by the fireplace and come back in the New Year to see what Santa has left them! (But they’d better be good!)

Stockings are on sale for $10 + tax. They can be hung from December 2nd 2017 to January 30th 2018 and picked up as of January 2, 2018.

© Michel Pinault

Unearthing Montreal's luminous past : A living archeological legacy

» Château Ramezay - Musée et site historique de Montréal in collaboration with Desjardins

For the City’s 375th anniversary, come see an exhibit featuring the archeology of Montreal.

Inspired by the publication Lumières sous la ville : Quand l’archéologie raconte Montréal, and for the City’s 375th anniversary, the Château Ramezay is presenting an exhibit featuring the archeology of Montreal. Visitors will have an opportunity to get a close-up look at some of the artifacts which illustrate the lives of those who have lived on this island, from prehistoric Aboriginal peoples to industrial era Montrealers. This book, published in fall 2016 by Recherches amérindiennes du Québec, was written under the direction of archeologists Anne-Marie Balac and François C. Bélanger. The book is available for purchase at the Château Ramezay's bookstore.

Picture of the exhibition Unearthing Montreal's luminous past : A living archeological legacy!

©PÀC, photo : Alain Vandal

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The Montreal Heritage Calendar was produced by Héritage Montréal in collaboration with the Montreal Heritage Network and its partners.