Canadian Centre for Architecture (CCA)

Museum / historic site Region:Montréal City : MontréalDistrict : Downtown

The Canadian Centre for Architecture (CCA) is an international research centre and museum founded by Phyllis Lambert in 1979 on the conviction that architecture is a matter of public interest. Discover the renowned CCA building, which incorporates Shaughnessy House (1874), classified a historic monument, and the centre’s exhibits and unique sculpture garden. 

Location

Activities and services

Activities

  • Entertainment for children
  • Workshops
  • Conferences
  • Multimedia/slide shows/videos/movies
  • Self-guided tours

Services

  • Internet access : free wireless
  • Boutique / Sales counter
  • Library
  • Gardens
  • Banquet, meeting, conference room
  • Theatre/auditorium
  • Changing-room

Vehicle and Parking Services

  • Free outdoor parking

Signs and shuttles

  • Subway (station)
  • Bus (route)

Accessibility

  • Partial access (Kéroul)
  • Service for the hearing impaired (Kéroul)

Groups

  • Special activities
  • Entertainment
  • Special schedules
  • Reservations required
  • Group rates

Schedules and rates

Open year round