Did you know that the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts pays special attention to people with disabilities? Admission to exhibitions and collections is free for anyone with a disability and their companion!
All pavilions are accessible and adapted for wheelchair users (exhibition halls, toilets, elevators) and three parking spaces reserved for holders of “disabled” stickers are available on Avenue du Musée.
The Museum has also developed a sensory kit to help better integrate autistic children (six years and older) accompanied by an adult or family members. The Sensational Supplies Pack is a support tool that fosters an appreciation of artworks by tapping into the senses. It is made up of calming toys, drawing materials and activity sheets to follow during a tour of the galleries of the Pavilion for Peace.
You can reserve the Sensational Supplies Pack online, or at the ticket counter on the day of your visit (limit of one per family). The reservation includes free admission to the Museum for the autistic person and the people accompanying him!
Did you know that the Montreal Museum of fine arts organizes parent-child creative workshops every weekend?
Tickets are distributed on site, on the day of the activity, on a first-come, first-served basis. Please note that latecomers will not be admitted.