Discover the Canadian Centre for Architecture
Located in downtown Shaughnessy Village, the Canadian Centre for Architecture is a research centre and museum with a sculpture garden, a rich history, and a large archive. The centre, which was founded in 1979, was designed around the Shaughnessy House mansion, which is still on the grounds today.
Visit the CCA with a local guide and learn about the history of the building, the sculpture garden, and its numerous curatorial projects. View the current exhibition through an informative and enriching tour with a local guide excited to share their passion for architecture in Montreal. Along the way, you will get an introduction to the many international names that have shaped the skyline of Montreal, its local treasures and modern renewal.