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Montreal-Style Bagel Making Workshop!
Welcome to the only place in Montreal that will teach you how to make Montreal bagels! 1000+ five star reviews! Montreal bagels are world famous for their shape, taste and texture. A trip to Montreal isn't complete until you've tried one of these amazing bagels. So why not try your hand at making them yourself? I will teach you the secrets on how to make some deliciously unique and authentic Montreal style bagels at home, the easy way. We will start by learning how the ingredients used affect the Bagels and the final result. Then we will all measure our ingredients using scales. After that, I will show you how to properly mix and knead the dough which you will do on your own right after me. I have adapted the best Boulanger (Bread Maker) techniques to the home kitchen so you will become a confident baker at home in no time! After mixing the dough, we will learn how to shape the bagels, boil them, dress them up with various toppings, bake them and finally eat them fresh out of the oven! Not many things can beat eating freshly baked and delicious Bagels that you have made yourself right out of the oven. You will leave with a detailed recipe to take home. Thanks for reading and hopefully see you soon! Will
Explore Old Montreal Walking Tour
Explore Old Montreal with this fun and informative walking tour experience in the historical district. This tour is the best intro to Montreal and the old city and will give you a great foundation for understanding what makes the city tick. History, architecture, culture, interesting facts and fun stories are all covered. We'll walk the cobblestone streets lined with beautiful buildings showcasing our architectural heritage. You'll discover some of the historical highlights and cultural contexts that contribute to making Montreal the unique, fun and diverse city that it is today. You'll leave the tour armed with my personal suggestions of things to see and do during your stay. I also include a tiny treat and a small parting gift :-) Myself & my fabulous co-hosts - Amelie, Elise, Martin and Isabelle - are looking forward to meeting you and to showing you around! * Minimum age to attend is 12 years old. * The tour is in English
The Original Montreal Non-Touristy Pink Bike Tour
We start in the hood with the highest bike ridership in North America, at a half 3rd wave coffee shop, half bike refurbishing shop. We'll head through the Plateau to the foot of the mountain park before cruising down to catch over a dozen works of mural art in the borough with the highest concentration of artists. Works range from 2-9 storeys tall! Off to the entertainment district where the biggest festivals out there take centre stage before checking out the waterfront from a hidden spot by the port. Next is the Gaybourhood. Lively, wild, a pedestrian mall all summer long great for people watching. The main strip houses art installations, music performances and great drag bars. Picnic in a local park with a craft beer is next because... always. Last bit we pedal by typical streets with baroque balconies, winding staircases, mansarded roofs and beautiful green alleyways. We'll hit up a few more parks before we get back to the shop to share with you a list of recommendations for craft beer, local designer shopping, COOL art galleries and the best food. The essentials of travel, quoi. Other things to note: Make sure you bring a bottle of water and dress appropriately, sunscreen wouldn't hurt!
Coffee Sensory with a Food Scientist
We'll meet in the tasting room of White Heron Café. There, you will enjoy your choice of beverage (coffee or tea), while you learn about how coffee is grown, processed, and graded. You will be briefed on the science of sensory evaluation and will calibrate your palate in a smelling and tasting exercise. We will then move on to the main event which will be a coffee tasting (cupping) featuring six unique specialty coffees from all around the world. You will leave this experience with a newfound understanding of your own coffee sensory abilities and preferences as well as skills that can be applied to all food & drink tasting. Please join me on this journey of sensation and self-discovery :) -Patrick *For additional guests or groups, please shoot me a message to see what I might be able to accommodate!
Archery Lessons for Beginners
It's​ not every day​ that you get the chance to get your hands on a bow and arrows! Discover your inner Robinhood/Katniss and enjoy a 60-minute Beginners Recurve Archery Lesson. You will finish the course with knowledge of the different parts of the bow and arrow, safety concepts, and proper recurve archery form. Most importantly, you will have a ton of fun from your newfound marksmanship! NCCP coaches are very experienced in coaching beginner archery and will fully tailor the experience to best fit your physical aptitudes. Itinerary: - Check in about 10 minutes before the start time - Archery range safety & etiquette - Equipment walk-through and explanation - Recurve form workshop & target shooting - Most importance of all: fun competitions! - The lesson is 60 min in duration, however your are more than welcome to stay and practice longer (if the space permits) Large groups may be split into smaller groups to maintain a more personal experience for the guests. Other things to note This experience is tailored to everyone's physical aptitudes. NCCP-certified archery instructors are very experienced in working with beginner archers. So please don't be shy :) Please note that if you wish to change the date and/or time of your booking less than 48 hours in advance, there will be a 10$ surcharge/person.

Populairst in Island of Montreal

Curling 4 Ever
When you arrive, I, Michel, Gord, Maureen Bob, Claude, or Peter(One of us only) will welcome you with the warmest smile. Then we'll discuss curling history and fun facts. After we will go on the ice and try a few techniques, laughs will be on the menu, then you’ll jump right into the action of one of our country's favorite sports. I look forward to meeting you on the ice! We also support Retirees that still want to be active by hosting you. ***Please feel free to ask me any questions if you need a private group and if a date doesn't appear we could make it happen #Bachelor, #Bachelorette #TeamBuilding)*** Other things to note Bring your own snacks Please notice that you will need your proof of Vaccines and 2 pieces of ID, if you are a foreigner, you'll need your Passport as well.
Insider access to Montreals food scene - dinner with a local
Our little eating and drinking tour will take place in the beautiful South-West Region of Montreal which is known for its lively Notre Dame street filled with restaurants and bars for every taste. I love this are because it isnt touristy and will permit you to discover another part of Montreal This tour requires 1-2 blocks of walking only and we really get to see a beautiful neighbourhood and all the colours and beautiful in season fruit and veggies at the Atwater market (seasonal) We will be starting our experience at Foiegwa where we will share 4 or more of their signature dishes that will keep you wanting more and then heading to the Atwater Cocktail Club (top 10 best cocktails bars in the WORLD) where they will share a local spirit cocktail. We will finish our tour at Greenspot where we will share the most authentic poutine in the city. *** Please contact me directly if you'd like to prepare a little something extra in advance such as a bottle of bubbly for a special event ! :) Anything is possible *** Please Note : Tip to the restaurant staff is not included - even if you don't order more they are still offering their service. If you could bring 10 to 20 $ in cash the restaurants (who are having a very difficult time in this post pandemic world) would be very appreciative.
The Original Non-Touristy Montreal Mural & Street Art Tour
We meet in the borough with the highest concentration of artists on the strip where a massive mural festival is held yearly. We're going to be hitting the streets of the Plateau Mont-Royal to check out anywhere between 20 - 30 works of art. The murals range from 2 - 9 storeys tall. We'll be learning about the artists, the message and different techniques as well as about Montreal street art and graffiti scene. We'll take to the smaller back streets and alleyways to cover some hidden gems and just might witness some live work. Here we will discover some installations and different types of guerilla art as well as get to know some of our graffiti writers and crews a bit better. This experience is great for locals, visitors, team building and private groups. Really anyone who likes pretty things and learning about one of the city’s subcultures. At the end of the experience we'll be handing you a list of recommendations for watering holes, local designer shopping, cool art galleries and the best food. The essentials of travel, quoi. Ask your guide to point out other great street art locations to continue on your own.
Axe & Knife Throwing Canadian Experience
Suitable for single travelers, couples and large groups :D One of Canada’s most popular experiences!! Have a taste of Canadian History by partaking in the old Canadian pastime of axe throwing! The practice of chucking a hatchet into wood is as old as the lumberjack, but it is relatively new as a “sport.” Unsurprisingly, its current status as indoor recreational activity began in Canada. Today, we pay homage to the Canadian lumberjack, by joying in this melding of tradition and sport. During this 60-minute experience, you will try different types of axes & knives and lances! Learn important techniques, and have a couple of laughs. Private group booking discounts are available! Just send us a message and let us know how many people you will be. Our goal is to provide the best Airbnb Experience to all guests. Regardless of the group-size, you are guaranteed to have the full attention from myself and/or my experienced co-hosts. Each target will have no more than 2 guests (to share). Each instructor will train no more than 4 students at a time Join us and have a truly Canadian experience! Please note that if you wish to change the date and/or time of your booking less than 48 hours in advance, there will be a 10$ surcharge/person.
Learn the delicate art of glassblowing
Have you ever wondered how glass objects are made? Experience the process and create your own pieces of beautiful glass art. Our instructors will introduce you to the exciting and centuries-old craft of hot glass forming. During the class make two of your very own pieces of glass to enjoy. First, we will help you to understand the exciting possibilities of glass art. Next, making your first practice piece you learn the properties of glass and its working process. Finally you integrate a selection of colours in creating of your second piece; a paperweight, friendship ball, or fanciful flower. During the 90 minute class for two, each student gets 45 minutes of one-on-one instruction. All materials are covered by us. In light of COVID19, all equipment is disinfected after every client. Your two works of art need to cool for 1 - 2 days after the class is done. You can either pick up your creation during business hours, or have it shipped to you for an extra cost. The per person price of this class includes all taxes. (HST: $13.81) our tax # is available on request. If you arrive more than 15 minutes late, we will modify the class content to suit the remaining time. Instruction is available in English, and French by arrangement. Located 75 minutes outside of Montreal.

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Parc Sir-Wilfrid-Laurierdoor 624 locals aangeraden
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Circuit Gilles Villeneuvedoor 60 locals aangeraden
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Mount Royaldoor 1.478 locals aangeraden
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Place des Artsdoor 654 locals aangeraden
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Mount Royal Parkdoor 995 locals aangeraden
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Alle activiteiten in de buurt van Island of Montreal

Warm up with hot drinks & new friends during holiday season
It is cold outside so join us to warm up during holiday season, meet new friends & have great chats! We will prepare together mulled wine, a hot drink special family recipe, paired with a warm dessert, a homemade fresh sauce with berries and maple syrup from Quebec, served hot with vanilla ice cream. After we cook together our hot drink and dessert, we will enjoy our creation by sharing it together on the beautiful terrace, if the weather allows, or at the cozy living room to stay warm! The terrace features an amazing graffiti wall by a local artist.
Learn to prepare espresso in a unique mini cafe
Learn how to prepare thirdwave style espresso with a professional barista! Join me behind the counter in a unique micro coffee bar inside my stationery shop. Amateurs and coffee nerds alike are all welcome. During this experience, I’ll go over the technical side of making the perfect espresso. I’ll explain the science behind coffee, we’ll taste some espressos together and then talk about aromas and flavors. Afterwards, it's your turn to practice behind the machine. This is your chance to have all your coffee questions answered! A few important things to note: -The coffee bar is open during the day, so we may need to squeeze in a few orders -Please feel free to bring a water bottle and to take notes or photos during the experience if you wish :) -We will mostly be standing during this 1.5 hour experience, there are stairs to enter the space and there is very limited seating available -This experience is open to participants 18+ only -There is no public restroom on-site, but there are bathrooms 5 minutes away at the Rosemont Public Library around the corner -The shop is accessible by public transit via metro Rosemont, or there is paid street parking available Check out my list of local café recommendations here: https://fr.airbnb.ca/s/guidebooks?refinement_paths[]=/guidebooks/3708969&s=67&unique_share_id=420949ee-1a11-43eb-a073-d354f4e0629f
Canal Kayak Tour to Old Montreal
The Lachine Canal was built almost 200 years ago to circumvent the treacherous Lachine Rapids and provide access to the interior of North America. Join us as we discover the interesting nooks and crannies that make-up the historic Montreal landmark. Witness the majestic birds, turtles and beavers that call the canal home while we look upon the changing landscape of the Montreal Skyline.  Leaving from the historic Atwater Market, we head East towards to traverse the St-Gabriel locks which date back to 1825. We'll explore the Peel Basin and cruise past Griffintown as we paddle towards our destination; Montreal's world famous Old Port. We'll stop for lunch or a snack and a brief walk before returning to our departure point. This tour takes about 3 hrs and requires no previous kayaking experience. There are three or four options for lunch including Muvbox lobster roll shack (lunch is not included). Other things to note Dress like you would for a bike ride. Some drips from the paddle are common but it's rare that people fall in the canal. Lunch is optional and not included in the tour, there spots in the Old Port
Introduction to Kayaking
2-hour kayaking course This course is a great way to discover the basics in just two short hours while exploring the historial Lachine Canal. You will learn how to paddle effectively and control your kayak so that you will spend more time enjoying the sport rather then being frustrated by poor technique. Kayaking is easy... with the right technique!
Montreal-Style Bagel Making Workshop!
Welcome to the only place in Montreal that will teach you how to make Montreal bagels! 1000+ five star reviews! Montreal bagels are world famous for their shape, taste and texture. A trip to Montreal isn't complete until you've tried one of these amazing bagels. So why not try your hand at making them yourself? I will teach you the secrets on how to make some deliciously unique and authentic Montreal style bagels at home, the easy way. We will start by learning how the ingredients used affect the Bagels and the final result. Then we will all measure our ingredients using scales. After that, I will show you how to properly mix and knead the dough which you will do on your own right after me. I have adapted the best Boulanger (Bread Maker) techniques to the home kitchen so you will become a confident baker at home in no time! After mixing the dough, we will learn how to shape the bagels, boil them, dress them up with various toppings, bake them and finally eat them fresh out of the oven! Not many things can beat eating freshly baked and delicious Bagels that you have made yourself right out of the oven. You will leave with a detailed recipe to take home. Thanks for reading and hopefully see you soon! Will
Dive into lgbtq history on the Montréal Queerstory Tour
On the Montréal QUEERSTORY tour you'll dive right into the personal stories (we name names!) of when Montréal's LGBTQ2+ neighbourhood was on the west side of town. Picture it, Montréal, 1960s to 1990s: Women's lib and gay rights, activism and partying, sex, drugs and police violence. Along the course of this walking tour, your professional guide will make you discover the spots where every group in the L-G-B-T-Q-2+ communities had their struggles and their victories. See where men were first legally allowed to dance with other men, learn about the boycott that lead lesbians to organize their way to emancipation, find out why Montréal nightlife was the sh*t and hear about the dreadful consequences of what they once called "the worst of crimes". You'll never see the city the same way again, and you'll never take for granted the liberties and rights that queer people in Montréal enjoy today.
Explore Old Montreal Walking Tour
Explore Old Montreal with this fun and informative walking tour experience in the historical district. This tour is the best intro to Montreal and the old city and will give you a great foundation for understanding what makes the city tick. History, architecture, culture, interesting facts and fun stories are all covered. We'll walk the cobblestone streets lined with beautiful buildings showcasing our architectural heritage. You'll discover some of the historical highlights and cultural contexts that contribute to making Montreal the unique, fun and diverse city that it is today. You'll leave the tour armed with my personal suggestions of things to see and do during your stay. I also include a tiny treat and a small parting gift :-) Myself & my fabulous co-hosts - Amelie, Elise, Martin and Isabelle - are looking forward to meeting you and to showing you around! * Minimum age to attend is 12 years old. * The tour is in English
Crimes and red light of Montréal
On this tour of Montreal's downtown, we will explore what used to be the Red Light’s district. I'm inviting you to revisit the naughty part of our city’s history. We will look into the crimes scene and the sex work of Montreal from the 1920’s to the 1950’s. The short itinerary will make us pass thru the Chinatown and the entertainment’s district of Montreal, mainly on St-Laurent street and Ste-Catherine street. We will discuss about the impact of the prohibition on our city that led Montreal to be known as the Sin City of the North or the Paris of North America. Among different adult subjects, we will discuss about the drug trade, the gambling industry, sex work, brothel activities and the famous criminals of Montreal. We will also talk about the different morality squads that fought crimes and corruptions that led to the late closing of the Red Light district. We will also observe the transformation that occurred in the entertainment’s district, a still vibrant part of our beloved city. Other things to note We will discuss about the criminality and the sex work that happened in at the beginning of the 20th century . Those subjects might not be suitable for people under the age of 16 years old.
The Original Montreal Non-Touristy Pink Bike Tour
We start in the hood with the highest bike ridership in North America, at a half 3rd wave coffee shop, half bike refurbishing shop. We'll head through the Plateau to the foot of the mountain park before cruising down to catch over a dozen works of mural art in the borough with the highest concentration of artists. Works range from 2-9 storeys tall! Off to the entertainment district where the biggest festivals out there take centre stage before checking out the waterfront from a hidden spot by the port. Next is the Gaybourhood. Lively, wild, a pedestrian mall all summer long great for people watching. The main strip houses art installations, music performances and great drag bars. Picnic in a local park with a craft beer is next because... always. Last bit we pedal by typical streets with baroque balconies, winding staircases, mansarded roofs and beautiful green alleyways. We'll hit up a few more parks before we get back to the shop to share with you a list of recommendations for craft beer, local designer shopping, COOL art galleries and the best food. The essentials of travel, quoi. Other things to note: Make sure you bring a bottle of water and dress appropriately, sunscreen wouldn't hurt!
Coffee Sensory with a Food Scientist
We'll meet in the tasting room of White Heron Café. There, you will enjoy your choice of beverage (coffee or tea), while you learn about how coffee is grown, processed, and graded. You will be briefed on the science of sensory evaluation and will calibrate your palate in a smelling and tasting exercise. We will then move on to the main event which will be a coffee tasting (cupping) featuring six unique specialty coffees from all around the world. You will leave this experience with a newfound understanding of your own coffee sensory abilities and preferences as well as skills that can be applied to all food & drink tasting. Please join me on this journey of sensation and self-discovery :) -Patrick *For additional guests or groups, please shoot me a message to see what I might be able to accommodate!
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