The Maison de la culture Maisonneuve has given a second life to an old fire station built in 1906-1907. It offers a schedule of performances, films, conferences, readings, exhibits and other events all year long.
Last May 24, the Maison de la Culture Maisonneuve began a beauty treatment. The building where it’s located, built in 1907 and designed by architect Charles-Aimé Reeves, housed a fire station until the mid-1990s. The work, which will take approximately seven months, consists mainly of restoring the masonry, the wrought metal cornices and the wood joinery.
During construction, the Maison de la culture Maisonneuve will operate from the 4th floor of 4115 Rue Ontario Est, and will be closed to the public.
The Maison de la Culture is closed for construction, but cultural activities are still available! Check out the Winter-Spring 2022 program (in French).
- Air conditioning
- Bike stand
- Drinking fountain
- Free Wi-Fi
- Vehicle charging station
- Access ramp