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The museum is now open!

Photo: Several persons moving part of a life-sized model of Daspletosaurus torosus into the Victoria Memorial Museum Building.
Browse our photo gallery!
With the opening of new galleries in October 2006, the first phase of our extensive Renewal Project is complete. This project, which began in 2004, is effecting important renovations to the building that houses our exhibitions and will result in new galleries. The renovations will be finished in 2009.

The museum remains open to the public during the renovations, but some exhibitions will close in their turn as the work progresses.

Consult our list of open and closed galleries in order to plan your visit.

General Information

Because of the renovation, some of our services have changed, particularly food services, parking and the bank machine (ATM). Please check the following information before your visit:

The front entrance of the Victoria Memorial Museum Building.

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