1. Montreal Museum of Fine Arts / Musée des Beaux-Arts de Montréal
Experience fine arts in all forms at the city’s largest and the country’s most visited museum, where an encyclopaedic collection of tens of thousands of works spanning centuries is spread out over five pavilions. Founded in 1860, the museum has since grown to include its own cinema, concert hall and outdoor installations. Check out Dale Chihuly’s 1,347-piece glass sculpture of the sun on its front steps or Jim Dine’s red-bronze Twin 6’ Hearts across the street for a photo op.