Just for Laughs Museum (closed)

Musée Juste Pour Rire

This museum is dedicated to humour. It focuses mainly on stand-up comedy, but exposition offers also other kind of humour.

2111 boul. Saint-Laurent, H2X 2T5, Montreal, QC, Canada

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