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Canadian Centre for Architecture, Montreal

Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
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2.5/5 based on 55+ reviews on the web
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  • Not just for the specialist. Have a look at the website for exhibitions, lectures, seminars, concerts, family activities. You are bound to find something of interest. An enormously pleasing building i...  read more »
  • This Centre offers the opportunity to see drawings of different buildings in the world, and learn about architecture. Although it can be considered a paradise for architects, it is interesting for the rest. Thursday from the 17 it has free admission.
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  • The Center does not offer essentially any exhibition that could adopt even laymen who are interested in architecture. The entire exposure is relatively small and is oriented only to professional architects. There are very few labels commonly understood. Outweighs the technical construction documentation.
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  • This architectural classical beauty has upgraded the neighborhood since it was built here. It is a wonderful gift to the city and should be rightfully appreciated by any Montrealer trying to make things better. As for tourists, it depends on the current exhibition being held, or whether they have a true love for quality architecture...
  • Really loved the exhibits and I'm not in the field. Enjoyed the exhibit that outlined the architects drawings on axel's. Neat bookshop too!
  • Weird visit. Took the family there and no one else was there and not much to see. Really disappointed but it was free. Guess you get what you pay for.
  • The secret to this place is its great networking/party events at night (for example, a gala opening). You get to meet quality and classy people in a chic setting; music at these events is lively. Seminars and lectures here are also good and often provided by prominent keynote speakers. This is no "boring museum", it' a cultural institution. The exhibits and book store are a must see for lovers of architecture and art history.
  • An interesting space, but how good you'll find it will depend on what the current exhibition is.
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