Musee National Des Beaux Arts Or Du Quebec, Quebec

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Musee National Des Beaux Arts Or Du Quebec, Quebec - Address, Phone Number

Address: Parc des Champs-de-Bataille, Québec, QC G1R 5H3, Canada

Phone: 418-6432150

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Time Required: 02:00 Hrs

Timings: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm Details

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One of the city’s best art museums, the Musee National des Beaux Arts is a magnificent building, incorporates a former prison. For all those of you interested in some Inuit art, the Musee National des Beaux Arts has a stunning collection of arts, assembled over the years. With over 2600 pieces of art in the museum’s possession, around 280 of them are on display.

Visit the Gérard-Morisset Pavilion to see North America’s largest collection of Québécois art. The Musee National des Beaux Arts is well loved for featuring both modern as well as indigenous art.

Musee National Des Beaux Arts Or Du Quebec Ticket Prices

  • Adults- CAD$15; Senior citizens- CAD $12; Students- CAD$7.
  • Children- CAD $4, free for children below years of 11.
  • While entry to the museum’s permanent exhibit is free, their special temporary exhibition require a fee.

How To reach Musee National Des Beaux Arts Or Du Quebec by Public Transport

  • Grande AlleeOuest / du Parc (bus stop)
  • Grande AlléeOuest / De Bourlamaque (bus stop)

Restaurants Near Musee National Des Beaux Arts Or Du Quebec

  • Domaine de l'IleRonde
  • Restaurant Chez Harry
  • Erabliere La Grillade

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  • Super nice staff and charming place but I didn't enjoy my experience there. I think the installation where poor on the background leaving people with few instruments to live the museum experience. Pity.

  • I was quite a bit disappointed in this Museum. During my stay in Quebec City it was the only time I wished I had done something else. Some exhibits were lovely, but on the whole there were issues. The staff was also moderately unfriendly. The lighting was quite poor and caused glares on most painting. The layout of the museum, and map, were confusing and wasteful. So much empty space! Sculptures in one room were 20 ft high in the air and could not even remotely be enjoyed or appreciated. The restaurants both close for a siesta, but that was not advertised anywhere. Glad I didn't pay full price and I hope you won't either.

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  • It's a pretty tranquil museum without any heavy metal music or gangster rap, but it's good for visual arts. I enjoy audio arts more than visual. I'm an audiophile.

  • I've been to a lot of museums -- DC, London, NYC, Rome, etc -- but for some reason this place captivated my mind like few other art museums have... Thought-provoking postmodern work (not just canvas splashes, which can get old). The religious art exhibit (temporary, I believe -- so go while you can!) was unexpectedly powerful. Went in not expecting too much, but ended up as one of the highlights of my whole trip.

  • The buildings are beautiful, and the collection is pretty good with the Canadian artwork being the most unique and extensive. Wasn't thrilled with the guards/docents, several of whom were very rude and constantly asking my girlfriend and I to show them our wrist bands (over a dozen times in an hour, and I'm not exaggerating). We were both wearing short sleeves with the wrist bands on our wrist, so it's not like they were improperly displayed. After coming here from the beaux-arts museum in Montreal, i was pretty disappointed.

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