Pointe-à-Callière at home!
Pointe-à-Callière is making its way to you! The Museum has a number of available resources, adapted to your particular interests or age group, to enlighten or simply to entertain!
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Your Museum goes live!
Pointe-à-Callière has acquired a taste for "live sessions" and has been holding weekly event on its Facebook page offering lectures, guided virtual tours and discussions with different specialists.
If you've missed one of our sessions or would like to see them again, you can watch them all online.
Once upon a time... in Montréal
Anecdotes, stories and images from the past
Virtual tour of exhibitions on the history of Montréal
Pointe-à-Callière invites you to take a virtual tour of some of its permanent exhibitions on the history of Montréal… Start your tour!
Raconter Montréal podcast
Listen our podcast and explore some surprising facts about Montréal past and present.
Our Creative Workshops
During the holidays and school break 2021, Pointe-à-Callière presented a series of creative workshops you can follow at home, with the whole family, at the date and time of your choosing! Have fun with A Railroad to Dreams and Come Aboard! Pirates or Privateers? themed creative workshop!
Saturday Morning Story Time
Introduction-to-history-activity for the 4 and 5-year-olds
As part of the À petits pas dans l’histoire project and in collaboration with the Petits bonheurs Festival, Pointe-à-Callière offered a series of free storytelling events for young children. An invitation for 4 and 5-year-olds where five storytellers will hold an introduction-to-history activity, each lasting about twenty minutes, raising children’s awareness and appreciation of Montréal, past and present.
Colouring, educational activities, games and more!
Archaeology in all its forms
Discover different artefacts
Several artefacts in the ARCHÉOLAB.QUÉBEC collection are so eloquent or enigmatic that they have captured the hearts of archaeologists. Find out what makes these artefacts so fascinating to researchers. (In French only)