Plan your visit
Location and Directions
690 Sherbrooke Street West
Montreal, (Quebec) H3A 1E9
The Museum is located in downtown Montreal, across from McGill University. It is accessible via McGill metro station (on the green line) or bus 24 on Sherbrooke Street.
While there is no visitor parking at the Museum, there are parking meters and commercial parking lots close by.
Wheelchair available for visitors with reduced mobility. No reservation. Limited quantity. More information at the Museum Admission desk.
Please note that for security reasons and a lack of adequate space the Museum does not offer luggage or suitcase storage.
2175, Victoria Street (West side of the Museum) - Group Entrance
McGill metro station (green line)
For those arriving by automobile there are a number of routes into the city
If you are coming from the south or east, cross the St. Lawrence River via the Champlain Bridge. Signs at the exit from the bridge indicate the way to Centre Ville (Downtown). This route brings you right on to Robert-Bourrassa Boulevard. Turn left on Sherbrooke Street West. The Museum will be on your left.
If you are approaching Montreal from the west along TransCanada Highway 40 or Highway 20, you should follow the signs saying Centre Ville (Downtown). These will lead you on to the Autoroute Ville Marie. Almost immediately, signs will indicate right hand exits; take the Rue Guy exit bringing you directly on to St-Marc, which runs north to Sherbrooke Street. Turn right on to Sherbrooke, and in less than a mile you will come to the McCord Museum (at the corner of Victoria Street).
Commercial parking lots around the Museum: SEE THE MAP (PDF)
- 2001 McGill College-Mercantile (entry via Victoria Street)
- 2020 University (entry via President-Kennedy Avenue)
- 1981 McGill College (entry via President-Kennedy Avenue)
McCord Stewart Museum Location
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