From archeology to contemporary art, the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts’ collection will captivate you again and again!


With over 4,000 works in five pavilions, the MMFA’s collection stands among Canada’s largest. Astoundingly vast and diverse, it teems with exceptional pieces by major artists of every movement, including Matisse, Renoir, Riopelle, Tiffany, Basquiat, Thomson, Rembrandt, Pellan and Borduas.


Inaugurated in 2016, the Michal and Renata Hornstein Pavilion for Peace houses over 750 international artworks from the Middle Ages to today as well as the Path for Peace, a trail of contemporary works winding through six levels and offering breathtaking views of the St. Lawrence and Mount Royal.


(Re)discover the Museum’s collection this summer! Optimize your visit by downloading the new free app, featuring an interactive navigation program, audioguides and a themed tour of our must-sees suggested by Nathalie Bondil, Director of the MMFA.

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