The Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal welcomes everyone. We offer a range of services and programs titled Inclusion in Action. The MAC is committed to promoting accessibility and making its website easy to use. If you have any questions or comments regarding the MAC and accessibility, please reach out to us at [email protected].
Free for persons with disabilities, d/Deaf persons and for their companion if they want.
1 Place Ville Marie
Montréal, Québec H3B 2B6
The museum space is located in the heart of the Place Ville Marie shopping mall and accessible by several entrances:
|Cathcart street||Mansfield street|
The following access routes to the MAC are available to persons with disabilities, d/Deaf persons:
- Automatic doors at the main entrance to Place Ville Marie
- Elevators (banks A, B, C and D)
- Access ramps to the PVM Esplanade (plaza)
- Parking spaces on levels P1 and P2
Municipal parking spaces with adapted parking meters, as well as reserved parking spaces, are also available in several locations in the borough of Ville-Marie. For more information, visit the Stationnement de Montréal website.
Green line: McGill
Orange line: Bonaventure – Lucien L’Allier
15, 61, 150, 168, Express 410, Express 420, Express 427, Express 430, Express 445, Express 465, Express 480, Express 747
There is no toilets in the MAC in its temporary space. Toilets are available in the Place Ville Marie.
There is no locker room at the MAC in its temporary space in the Place Ville Marie.
Wheelchairs are available at the main cloakroom on a first come, first serve basis.
Guide dogs and service dogs are welcome.
Stools are available at the entrance of the exhibition.
Politique d’Accessibilité Universelle (Universal Accessibility Policy)
The Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal (MAC) is, by its culture, an inclusive, living, and open venue, home to encounters and exchanges, in which all types of expression related to contemporary art are made available. With the adoption of its Politique d’Accessibilité Universelle, (Universal Accessibility Policy), the MAC wishes to support access to culture, participation in its services, and activities for all individuals, with or without disabilities.
Web Accessibility Policy
The Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal is aware of the issues related to Internet accessibility and of the importance of giving everyone equal access to the information and services available on our website.
That is why we created a continuous improvement program, to gradually bring all of our website’s existing and future content into line with the Québec government’s accessibility standards.
Help us improve our website
Help us make our website more accessible or user-friendly by:
- reporting any difficulties you encounter using it;
- telling us of any problematic aspects;
- giving us feedback;
- making recommendations.
All of your comments are important to us. You can send them at [email protected]