Founded in 1979, the Canadian Centre for Architecture is an architectural hub open to the public as an award-winning museum as well as as a research center for scholars in architecture, landscaping and urban planning. Visitors can look forward to seeing works — photographs, models, drawings, and in other formats — by the likes of historical and contemporary architectural greats, such as:
• Prints & Drawings Collection
• Photography Collection
• Architectural Archives and Library
• Temporary Exhibits
Admission: free on Thursdays after 5:30 p.m.
More information: cca.qc.ca