Museums often go unmentioned when Montrealers are brainstorming things to do. Most often, it's not because people think museums are "boring" but because the entrance fee can be pretty steep, especially if you're a student or not earning a ton of money.\nThis shouldn't stop people from visiting museums, and even museums know this! Many museums waive their entry fees on specific days, or for certain events, in order to make access to important art and information more democratic.\nBelow you can find a list of museums that are free at some point in the next month. Just remember that many of these museums still rely on ticket sales and donations to keep their doors open, so make sure to drop some change in the donation box if you can.\nTL;DR Below you can find a list of Montreal museums that are free at some point during the month of March.\nREAD ALSO: You Can Go Tubing This Summer In This Insane "Mini Grand Canyon" Less Than Two Hours From Montreal\n1. McCord Museum\nWhere: 690 Sherbrooke Street West, Montreal.\nWhen: The exhibits are free on...\nthe first Sunday of the month (March 3) and\nWednesdays after 5 p.m. (The Kent Monkman is not included on Wednesday evenings and costs an additional $9.50.)\nOn-demand, if you borrow a pass from the BAnQ\nView this post on Instagram Hannah Claus sera la prochaine artiste en résidence au Musée! L’installation de son exposition «c’est pas pour rien qu’on s’est rencontré» est en cours… Découvrez ses œuvres dès le 7 mars. ● Hannah Claus will be the next artist in residence at the Museum! The installation of her exhibition, “there’s a reason for our connection” is in progress ... Come discover her works as of March 7. #exhibition #museum #sneakpeak #coulissesmccord #artwork #art #hannahclaus #exposition #musee #mccordmuseun #museemccord #artist #artistinresidence A post shared by Musée McCord Museum (@museemccord) on Feb 28, 2019 at 5:06pm PST\nWebsite.\n2. Centre d'Histoire de Montréal\nWhere: 335, place D’Youville, Vieux-Montréal\nWhen: The exhibits are free on demand if you borrow a pass from the BAnQ\nWebsite.\n3. Redpath Museum\nWhere: 859 Sherbrooke Street West, Montreal.\nWhen: You can visit the museum on a by-donation basis: students and children are not expected to pay, and the suggested donation for an adult is $10.\nView this post on Instagram Midnight flashlight tour of Canada's oldest museum. #NightatTheMuseum #Redpath #NuitBlanche #WelcomeToJurassicPark A post shared by Nick Morello (@nick.morello) on Mar 4, 2017 at 9:52pm PST\nWebsite.\n4. Centre d'Exposition de l'Université de Montréal\nWhere: 2940 Ch. Côte Sainte-Catherine, Pavillon de la faculté de l'aménagement, room 0056.\nWhen: You can visit the museum for free during its opening hours.\nWebsite.\n5. Stewart Museum\nWhere: 20, chemin du Tour-de-l’Isle, Montreal.\nWhen: You can visit the museum for free on\nThe first Sunday of every month (March 3)\n On-demand, if you borrow a pass from the BAnQ\nView this post on Instagram 💕 Pour la #saintvalentin, profitez de notre promotion 2 pour 1 pour venir découvrir l'incroyable histoire d'amour de Madame de Pompadour et Louis XV dans le cadre de l'exposition #parisenvitrine! Offre applicable sur une entrée au tarif adulte seulement. 💕 For #valentinesday, enjoy our 2 for 1 promotion and learn more about the incredible love story between Madame de Pompadour and Louis XV as part of the #parisondisplay exhibition. Offer valid on an adult admission only. #montreal #mtlmoments #museumlife #ideesortie #quoifaireamtl #montrealcity #montrealmoments #montrealjetaime A post shared by Musée Stewart Museum (@museestewart) on Feb 14, 2019 at 11:18am PST\nWebsite.\n6. DHC/Art Foundation for Contemporary Art\nWhere: 451 & 465 Saint-Jean Street, Montréal.\nWhen: You can visit the museum for free during its opening hours.\nWebsite.\n7. Montreal Museum of Fine Arts\nWhere: 1380, Sherbrooke Street O, Montreal.\nWhen: You can visit the discovery exhibitions and collections for free on the first Sunday of the month (March 3), or if you are aged between 0-17.\nView this post on Instagram En direct du soir de première, voici un petit aperçu de l’exposition «Thierry Mugler : Couturissime» dont le parcours a été conçu comme un opéra en plusieurs actes. À voir dès le 2 mars . Live from our Museum Premiere, here is a sneak peek at the exhibition “Thierry Mugler: Couturissime whose flow plays out like an opera in several acts. On view March 2. . @manfredthierrymugler @muglerofficial @thierrymaximeloriot . Photos @sebastienroy.ca #MBAMmugler #MMFAmugler #MBAM #MuglerMTL #MTLmoments #Mugler #ThierryMugler #manfredthierrymugler #HauteCouture #Muglerarchives #montrealfashion #montrealstyle A post shared by Musée des beaux-arts (@mbamtl) on Feb 26, 2019 at 6:49pm PST\nWebsite.\n8. Musée des maîtres et artisans du Québec\nWhere: 615, avenue Sainte-Croix, arrondissement de Saint-Laurent, Montréal.\nWhen: The exhibits are free on the first Sunday of the month. (This is not listed on their website but I called to confirm).\nWebsite.\n9. Canadian Centre for Architecture\nWhere: 1920, rue Baile, Montreal.\nWhen: The exhibits are free on...\nthe first Sunday of the month.\nThursday evenings after 5:30\n@canadiancentreforarchitectureembedded via\nWebsite.\n10. Écomusée de la Maison du Fier Monde\nWhere: 2050, Amherst Street, Montréal.\nWhen: The museum is free on the first Sunday of each month, (March 3rd). (This is not listed on their website but I called to confirm).\nWebsite.