Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec

Located in Québec City, a world heritage site, the Musée’s four pavilions are situated in the heart of the magnificent National Battlefields Park: the Gérad Morisset pavilion (the original museum, 1933), the central pavilion (built in 1991), the Charles Baillairgé pavilion (a prison dating from 1867) and the new Pierre Lassonde pavilion, giving the Musée a street-front presence on one of the city’s main arteries, the Grande Allée. Designed by OMA New York in association with Provencher_Roy, this building enabled the Musée to nearly double its floor space and to display its contemporary art, design and Inuit art collections.

The Musée offers many exhibitions, activities and services for every kind of visitor. Come out to one of our public talks, take part in a workshop with an arts instructor, sign up for a school group visit, wander through our exhibitions with the help of a mediaguide or in the company of a guide, meet up with your friends in our restaurant and discover exclusive products in our boutique. You can also follow us on social media, where you will see how lively things are at this great institution which supports Québec artists and artistic creation.