Most visitors to Montreal visit the Old Port area. Some even visit Pointe A Callieres Museum, which are great points of departure in understanding the origins of Quebec's largest city. Now you can visit the National Library and Archives to complete your experience.
Just visiting the building itself is an architectural treat. The vast collections and current exhibits are great for history enthusiasts of all ages. There is an enormous kids section which is perfect for a rainy day, should that happen on your visit.
There is also an excellent Cafe on the ground floor, as well as a gift shop.
You will want to re-visit each trip!
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