859 rue Sherbrooke, Montréal, QC H3A 2K6, Canada
Closest station: Station Peel
Phone: (514) 398-4086
The Redpath Museum is a museum of natural history belonging to McGill University and located on the university's campus at 859 Sherbrooke Street West in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. It was built in 1882 as a gift from the sugar baron Peter Redpath. It houses collections of interest to ethnology, biology, paleontology, and mineralogy/geology. The collections were started by some of the same individuals who ... - Wikipedia
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It was unique taking a tour of McGill University and going to this museum. McGill is a beautiful university, and nestled within the halls of the Faculty of Science is the RedPath Museum. The first thing I noticed was the architecture.
By By Lashan Posted Mar 1, 2008 - cosmotourist.com
A Fantastic Hidden Gem!
Containing the second largest collection of Egyptian artifacts in Canada, it is truly a history lover's museum. A great museum inside and out, placed on the McGill campus, it is a wonderful place to visit. The layout is great and the
By By A TripAdvisor Member Posted Jun 19, 2008 - tripadvisor.com
This quirky natural history museum, housed in an 1882 building with a grandly proportioned and richly appointed interior, is on the McGill University campus. The main draws -- worth a half-hour visit -- are the mummies and coffin that
Interesting, but a little stuffy and...
I could see how some archaeology and natural history enthusiasts would love this museum. I am a history student as well, but this museum was a little stuffy for me. It was very cramped, hot, old-fashioned, and frankly, almost put me to
By By A TripAdvisor Member Posted Aug 6, 2008 - tripadvisor.com