DAY 1

MONDAY, JULY 28TH
10AM - NOON

About the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts
Over the past 154 years, the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts has collected almost 36,000 pieces including paintings, sculptures, prints and drawings, photos and more! Its colorful exhibits and hands-on creative experiences make it a great place for kids to learn and use their imaginations.

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Abstract Sculpture

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Stained Glass Vase

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DAY 2

Day 2 Montreal Museum of Fine Arts

WEDNESDAY, JULY 30TH
10AM - NOON

Did You Know?
The MMFA welcomes over 760,000 visitors every year! (And that’s not even counting the people who visit with their imaginations!) As part of a three-year partnership with the MMFA, Michaels provides funding for artistic activities held in the MMFA’s Studios Art & Education Michel de la Chenelière.

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Picasso Picture

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Picasso Mask

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DAY 3

FRIDAY, AUGUST 1ST
10AM - NOON

Notable Exhibit
From June 14th through October 5th, the MMFA is featuring Peter Carl Fabergé’s Imperial Tsesarevich Easter Egg, which is decorated with real diamonds and gold!

Egg Details - Peter Carl Fabergé, Imperial Tsesarevich Easter Egg 1912, Diamonds, gold, lapis lazuli, 12.5 x 8.9 cmVirginia Museum of Fine Arts, Bequest of Lillian Thomas Pratt Photo © Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. Photo Katherine Wetzel

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Musical Art

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Shaker & Clapper Sticks

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