This small museum is never going to be a top tourist destination. But if you are interested in learning how the working people of Montreal have lived, particularly during industrialization, this is worth a visit. Short walk from the Sherbrooke station.
I stopped here on the first night of my four day trip to Montreal. It's not something that would necessarily be on the radar of the casual tourist, but if you are very interested in the neighborhoods of Montreal, or an Architecture/Art lover, it's worth...更多
We were at the Ecomusee du Fier Monde for the wedding ceremony for my cousin and his partner this past May long weekend in Montreal. It is a converted bath house with an exhibit about the working class I believe. My French is not great...更多
Thank you for this great review! You are right, our permanent exhibit is about the history of the neighborhood and...更多
While everything was in French, the receptionist was very helpful in giving an overview and translating major items. The building, a converted bath house, was very interesting.
This museum of working class history is located in a lovely converted art deco public baths. The permanent exhibit is...更多
J'ai découvert l'Écomusée du Fier Monde lorsque l'entreprise pour laquelle je travaille y a organisé un événement. Cette salle est...更多