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The Centre

Montreal (Canada)

Art, Culture, and Nature

7049 Rue Saint-Urbain, Montreal, QC H2S 3H4

There is no visitor parking at the Centre, but there are street parking and commercial parking lots close by.


The Centre is not accessible to wheelchair users. The 2nd floor is only accessible through a staircase. Guide dogs are permitted in the Centre’s public spaces.

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Public transport

5 min walk from De Castelnau metro station (blue line); 55, 92, 93 buses; and Bixi stations.

Opening Hours

We will be open every Friday and Saturday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. starting Oct. 6, 2023.

In addition, we welcome all types of groups for guided tours. Visits must be booked at least two weeks in advance. Fees are $5 per person or a minimum rate of $80 per group. Tour duration is 1.5 hours and is available Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Free guided tours are offered on the first Saturday of each month at 12 p.m. in French and 2 p.m. in English.

Admission Fees
  • $10 for adults
  • $8 for students and 65+
  • Free for children under 12
  • Free for Musées Montréal cardholders
  • Free the first Saturday of the month (Oct. 7, Nov. 4, Dec. 3)

At the intersection of art, culture, and nature, the Centre is a multidisciplinary space devoted to art and the environment devoted to raising awareness and mobilizing the public on issues related to the environment and nature. Its program is composed of exhibitions, immersive experiences, films, workshops, conferences, and guided tours, fostering dialogue and enriching exchanges merging arts, culture, environment, and ecology.

The 12,000-square-foot Centre includes two floors of exhibitions, a projection room, immersive permanent installations, a multifunctional event space, and an outdoor space with a pool and gardens.

Permanent Collection

Explore our permanent collection, a diverse selection of artworks that will inspire you to learn, discover, and ignite change toward a brighter future.

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Current exhibitions


10 Projects by Age of Union

Through an exhibit on Age of Union’s 10 projects, viewers can fully immerse themselves in the impactful work of Age of Union’s conservationists and explore themes related to the environment, community, and social justice.



Age of Union

Age of Union Centre

1885 by Edward Poitras

Spring/Summer 2023
Age of Union Centre

Bingo by Adrian A. Stimson

Spring/Summer 2023
Age of Union Centre

Terrarium by Damian Siqueiros

Spring/Summer 2023
Earth Centre (5)


Artist Rebecca Foon Invites Moment of Reflection with Visual Installation “Kenauk Lightboxes”

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Artist Kelly Nunes Explores Relationship Between Water and Plastic in “Glacier Cave” Installation

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Age of Union Launches Earth Centre in Montreal

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Age of Union Announces Spring/Summer 2023 Earth Centre Exhibition

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Indigenous Artist-Curator Adrian Stimson Sees New Directions for the Earth

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