We regret to inform that at this time, the Redpath Museum is not wheelchair accessible and is not equipped with escalators, elevators or access ramps. The exhibits span across three floors that can only be accessed via a staircase.
For school groups, why not bring the museum to your classroom? Our trained educators are available to come to you and deliver a hands-on workshop featuring specimens from our very own collections.
The Redpath Museum is located in the heart of downtown Montreal, on McGill University’s main campus grounds at:
859 rue Sherbrooke Street Ouest/West
Montréal, QC H3A 0C4
Courriel / Email: redpath.museum [at] mcgill.ca
The easiest way to get to the Redpath Museum is by public transit through the STM network. Use their trip planner to find the easiest way to get to the Museum from your point of origin.
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Multiple stands are available on
McTavish Street, Sherbrooke Street or Milton Street.
For other stations, please visit Bixi’s website.
There is very limited parking available on the McGill campus. Privately owned paying parking areas are available around the Museum and downtown.
Please refer to the McGill Transport website for more information on these, including those designated for persons with disabilities.
Buses are not permitted to enter the downtown McGill University campus. Groups can be dropped-off on Sherbrooke Street (Roddick Gates) or on Pine Avenue.