Montreal Holocaust Museum General Information

Prior to your visit, you can book your ticket in advance and download the Museum application on your smartphone (iPhone or Android) or tablet (iPad or Android). You can use the app in the exhibit to access an audio-guide and survivor testimonies.
After your visit, continue learning about the Holocaust by visiting our virtual exhibits, listening to survivor testimonies, and discovering historical artefacts.
Keep in touch with the Museum and follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.

To book a program for your group, please complete the pre-reservation form.

5151, chemin de la Côte-Sainte-Catherine
(Cummings House)
Montreal (Quebec)
H3W 1M6 Canada



Access by Public Transportation

Metro station Côte-Sainte-Catherine (orange line)
Bus 129 (stops at the corner of Westbury and Côte-Sainte-Catherine)




The Montreal Holocaust Museum is wheelchair-accessible. The entry to the building has an access ramp and the Museum is equipped with an elevator to facilitate access to both floors of the exhibition.

Everyone is welcome at the Montreal Holocaust Museum. Please do not hesitate to let us know if you have any service requests. The Museum can be adapted to various needs: Click here to download a sensory map of our permanent exhibit that was created for a special event on February 3, 2019.


While the Museum does not offer reserved parking, there is free parking available on adjacent streets.

Buses can use the drop-off zone in front of the Museum prior to finding a parking spot.


The exhibition is entirely bilingual.

Videos are available with French or English subtitles, depending on the language in which they were filmed.

A visit to the Museum can take approximately 1.5 – 2 hours.

Admission fees & general information

Adults: $10
Children* (up to the age of 18), Students (with an identity card from their school) and Seniors (65+): $8
*The permanent exhibition is not suitable for a young audience (under the age of 8)

Group Rates*

A group consists of a minimum of 10 people.
For every 15 tickets purchased, you will receive 1 free admission.

 To book a program for your group, please complete the pre-reservation form.

Free Entry

Taxi Drivers
Journalists (with Press ID)
Caregivers accompanying a disabled person
Canoo cardholders
Members of the International Council of Museums (ICOM)
Members of the Canadian Museums Association (CMA)
Members of Société des musées québécois (SMQ)
Beneficiaries of Social Assistance
Members of the Montreal Museums Society
Members of the Montreal Holocaust Museum
Holocaust survivors

Montréal Museums Pass holders Discover the different offers and rates here!

Opening Hours

Monday 10 am - 5 pm

Tuesday 10 am - 5 pm

Wednesday 10 am - 5 pm

Thursday 10 am - 5 pm

Friday 10 am - *

Saturday Closed

Sunday 10 am - 4 pm

Please book your tickets online before visiting

Closing Dates

Closed Saturdays, Jewish holidays and some statutory holidays.


December – 25th


January – 1st
April – 23rd, 24th, 29th and 30th
June – 12th and 13th
October – 3rd and 4th
November – coming soon
December – coming soon

* Please note the following Museum closing times for 2023:

  • November – 3 at 3:30pm / 10; 17 at 2:30pm / 24 at 2:00pm
  • December – 1 at 2pm / 8 at 12pm / 15 at 2pm / 22 at 2pm / 29 at 2:30pm

* Please note the following Museum closing times for 2024:

  • January – 5 at 2:30pm / 12 at 2:30pm / 19 at 2:30pm / 26 at 3pm
  • February – 2 at 3 pm / 9 at 3 pm / 16 at 3:30 pm / 23 at 3:30 pm
  • March – 1 at 3:30pm / 8 at 4pm
  • April – 22 at 1pm / 26 at 4pm / 28 at 2pm
  • June – 11 at 2pm
  • September – 13 at 4pm / 20 at 4pm / 29 at 1pm
  • October – 2 at 1pm
  • November – coming soon
  • December – coming soon