Plan your visit
Location and Directions
20 chemin du Tour de l'Isle
Montreal, (Quebec) H3C 0K7
The Stewart Museum is located on St. Helen’s Island, Parc Jean-Drapeau.
Public transit is the easiest and cheapest way to come to the Stewart Museum! Get $2 off your admission ticket upon presentation of a valid Société de transport de Montréal (STM) transit fare.
Wheelchairs are available for visitors with reduced mobility. No reservation. Limited quantity. More information at the Museum Admissions Desk. Admission is free for any person accompanying a visitor with a handicap who purchases a ticket.
20 chemin du Tour de l'Ile
Jean-Drapeau metro station | Yellow Line
Taxibus service | Seasonal shuttles 767 and 769
For those arriving by car
Follow the pedestrian signs to the Stewart Museum (10-12 minutes’ walk).
Taxibus service – Until July 31, 2020
The Parc Jean-Drapeau taxibus service allows you to come to the Stewart Museum from the Jean-Drapeau metro station without any hassle, and vice versa.
This seasonal service is available Monday to Friday, September 3 to July 31, from 6:30 a.m. to 7:15 p.m. (except holidays)
Free for holders of a valid STM transit fare.
Book your taxivus by calling 514 273-2704 or online.
Your reservation must be made at least 60 minutes prior to your trip.
Stewart Museum stop: PJD-108
Seasonal Shuttles – Starting August 3, 2020
769 La Ronde | From Papineau metro station
767 La Ronde/La Plage | From Jean-Drapeau metro station
At the La Ronde stop, walk 300 metres up the road under the Jacques-Cartier Bridge. The entrance to the Museum is through the wooden palisade.
Bike or Bixi
Take the bike path, on the west side of Jacques-Cartier Bridge, to the Parc Jean-Drapeau exit. Follow the signs to the Stewart Museum. Guarded bike racks are available at the Museum.
Find a route
If you use Bixi, you can park the Bixi at the entrance to La Ronde and make your way to the Museum on foot.
Find a Bixi Station
River Shuttle – Back in 2021
Take the river shuttle from Jacques-Cartier Pier in the Old Port of Montreal. Upon your arrival at St. Helen’s Island, follow the signs to the Stewart Museum.
There are many points of access depending on the direction you’re coming from. Take Jacques-Cartier Bridge to the Parc Jean-Drapeau exit and follow the signs to the Stewart Museum.
Parking lot P7, paid and managed by the Société du Parc Jean-Drapeau, is located near the Museum entrance. It has two spots reserved for disabled persons.
Check out the current rates
For the low season, we are open from Wednesday to Sunday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., unless otherwise stated.For complete schedule
The Museum staff is ready to offer a safe, pleasant, entertaining experience to all Montrealers!Learn more