Musée plein air de Lachine

The Musée plein air de Lachine houses a collection of some 50 monumental sculptures permanently installed in the waterfront parks of Lachine. This open-air museum, nestled in exceptional surroundings, is a testimony to the vitality of contemporary sculpture in Quebec. Among the works on view are sculptures by such well-known artists as Linda Covit, André Fournelle, Michel Goulet, David Moore and Bill Vazan.

Visitors can tour any of the three open-air sectors that make up the museum – the Musée de Lachine site, Parc René-Lévesque or the waterfront parks of Lachine – on foot or by bike. Information signs posted near each sculpture provide visitors with interpretative stops along the way.

The Musée plein air de Lachine is open daily from sunrise to sunset.

Free guided tours are offered Wednesday to Sunday between 9 a.m. and noon, from April to November.

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