The Stewart Museum, located on Isle Sainte-Helene, is difficult to access. You can take a water taxi (navette) during the summer from the Vieux Port but otherwise you have to take the metro if you're relying on public transportation. It's located amidst a large nature reserve and Olympic park in a 19th-century fort. The museum recently underwent a complete renovation and the exhibition space is really lovely. If you're interested in the material culture of life in New France during the 17th and 18th centuries, this is an excellent spot. Staff was friendly and the price of admission is reasonable.
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