As I'm sure we're all aware, it's Montreal's 375th anniversary is in 2017. Which might still seem kind of far away to some of you, but just keep in mind that the new year is less than five weeks away.\nREAD ALSO: Backstreet Boys Making On-Screen Appearance For Montreal’s Birthday This December\nSo, seeing as Montreal's big day (year?) is coming up very, very soon, it's safe to say that there are more than a few special things lined up to celebrate.\nA photo posted by Rebecca Mcneil (@rebmcneil) on Nov 27, 2016 at 6:34pm PST\nAnd one super awesome things in the works involves everyone's favourite word: free.\nIn honour of Montreal's 375th, the Montreal Museum Of Fine Arts (1380 Rue Sherbrooke O) is allowing access to their newly-installed Michael and Renata Hornstein Pavillion for Peace for free, until January 15.\nA photo posted by Not that private (@marion_chuchu) on Nov 11, 2016 at 6:14pm PST\nThe Michael and Renata Hornstein Pavillion for Peace has tons of installations, including modern and contemporary art, classic Old Master paintings, and more.\nA photo posted by J.Ángel Osuna (@jose_angel.o) on Nov 27, 2016 at 2:55pm PST\nPlus, as an added bonus, the pavillion was designed especially to look out over the city and give visitors a view that legit can't be beat. So, for free, you'll get to see gorgeous works of art and an unparalleled view of our gorgeous city.\nWin-win? You know it.\nA photo posted by IvahnaHY (@ivahnahy) on Nov 27, 2016 at 6:05pm PST\nFor more information on this, check out the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts' website.\nAdd mtlblog on Snapchat.