Information and reservation:
(514) 398-7100, ext. 222
A lunch area is available for a fee of $50; reservations required.
This year, we are putting students in the centre of the action by giving them access to exhibitions that are instructive, entertaining and thought-provoking. We want to encourage students to not only examine objects that are part of the history of Montreal but also to embrace their past and better understand its links with the present.
The McCord Museum is a one-of-a-kind resource that enables students to study social sciences via the material culture of Montreal, Quebec and Canada. Founded in 1921 by David Ross McCord, a passionate collector, the Museum makes history accessible to one and all.
Our activities include a guided tour and a workshop.
EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITIES PROGRAM 2014-2015:
The commentary provided for each activity is adapted to the various academic levels.
The Museum invites you to discover its online resources. Teaching plans, more than 137,000 copyright-free images for educational purposes, as well as games and virtual exhibitions enable students and teachers to examine various themes associated with Canadian history. Go ahead and explore!
The 2014-2015 Educational Activities Program was made possible with the financial support of: