A Virtual Tour of Montreal and Quebec. Immersive panoramic photography, 360 degree panoramas
Une visite virtuelle à Montréal et Québec, Photographie panoramique et immersive

Redpath Museum at McGill University – interactive panorama

World Wide Panorama, a project from the University of California Berkeley
Made for the World Wide Panorama

This Albertosaurus libratus – from the same family as the T-Rex – can be seen in the Dawson gallery of the Redpath museum of the McGill University, one of Canada’s oldest free-standing museums.

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Musée PAC Pointe-à-Callière Museum of archaeology and history – Where Montreal was born – World Wide Panorama

World Wide Panorama, a project from the University of California Berkeley

This is my most recent submission to the World Wide Panorama, shot at the undergrounds of the Musée PAC. “Laid out in 1643 by French colonists as part of Fort Ville-Marie, the first catholic cemetery of Montréal can be seen by visitors at the Museum of Archaeology and History Pointe-à-Callière. Part of an extensive complex of ancient structures, digging sites and layers over layers of history of the Nouvelle-France, all forming the archaeological crypt of the museum, the cemetery is the oldest man-made structure directly associated with the founding of the city.”

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Musée PAC, Pointe-à-Callière Museum – the old sewer

Here you can see the vaulted stone tunnel carrying what was once the Little Saint-Pierre River, now a collector sewer dating back to 1832.

The permanent exposition Where Montréal Was Born covers six centuries of history taking you to an authentic archaeological site where you can see the birthplace of the city in the museum’s undergrounds.

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Musée PAC, Pointe-à-Callière Museum – an unusual underground

As you step back in time following a trail marked with archaeological remains and artifacts, different incarnations of this site are revealed showing six hundred years of history, from the times when Natives camped here to the present day.

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