Downtown Montreal's McCord Museum Will Be Free In June

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Downtown Montreal's McCord Museum Will Be Free In June

Free Museum Day may be over, but you still have a few chances to check out some exhibits for FREE this month. 

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That's because the McCord Museum is holding a very special promotion for the entire month of June. 

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Every Wednesday, the museum will be extending their hours from 6:00pm to 9:00pm and entrance to the museum will be free after 5:00 pm.

Free entrance includes access to all the permanent exhibitions, but if you want access the major exhibitions, it will only cost you $9,50. 

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