Ga direct naar inhoud

Guidebook for Montréal Area

Ion

Guidebook for Montréal Area

Food Scene
Usually they offer free meals for children
Casa Grecque
3094 Chemin de Chambly
Usually they offer free meals for children
Nice food. Budget friendly. Proudly Canadien. Open 24h
Tim Hortons
2145 Boulevard Roland-Therrien
Nice food. Budget friendly. Proudly Canadien. Open 24h
If you're going out in Montreal you have to end your night here ordering Quebec's classic nosh - poutine. La Banquise specializes in the dish, and serves over thirty different kinds of poutine, plus is open 24 hours. Grab your poutine at 3 a.m. then head across the street to Lafontaine park and wolf it down while watching the sun rise.
568
locals raden deze aan
La Banquise
994 Rue Rachel E
568
locals raden deze aan
If you're going out in Montreal you have to end your night here ordering Quebec's classic nosh - poutine. La Banquise specializes in the dish, and serves over thirty different kinds of poutine, plus is open 24 hours. Grab your poutine at 3 a.m. then head across the street to Lafontaine park and wolf it down while watching the sun rise.
Food is great, plates are full and heavy, and prices are really really good. Good for late night snacks with friends or with you lover.
Alfa
2497 Chemin de Chambly
Food is great, plates are full and heavy, and prices are really really good. Good for late night snacks with friends or with you lover.
This is the best bakery we always get our birthday cakes from there. The croissants and chocolatines are also really good. They have a lot of choices and variety.
2479 Chemin de Chambly
2479 Chemin de Chambly
This is the best bakery we always get our birthday cakes from there. The croissants and chocolatines are also really good. They have a lot of choices and variety.
It's right in the train station, and everything is excellent! The macaronis are the best I've ever had, the baguette was delicious, and the pastries I tried were wonderful. They also package the pastries quite well to go. It's expensive, but worth it.
Boulangerie Première Moisson
895 Rue de la Gauchetière O
It's right in the train station, and everything is excellent! The macaronis are the best I've ever had, the baguette was delicious, and the pastries I tried were wonderful. They also package the pastries quite well to go. It's expensive, but worth it.
Big store with a good number of different types of alcohol. Large selection of wine.
2915 Chemin de Chambly
2915 Chemin de Chambly
Big store with a good number of different types of alcohol. Large selection of wine.
Rustic sugar shack with house made maple treats, all-you-can-eat, down-home meals & kids' activities. Well worth the stop. The food is amazing and the maple syrup is delicious. Staff is friendly and it has the feel of a family own business that care about their product. The website has a very easy to use reservation system. The price although a bit high reflect the quality that is delivered.
Érablière Au Palais Sucré
864 Rang Chartier
Rustic sugar shack with house made maple treats, all-you-can-eat, down-home meals & kids' activities. Well worth the stop. The food is amazing and the maple syrup is delicious. Staff is friendly and it has the feel of a family own business that care about their product. The website has a very easy to use reservation system. The price although a bit high reflect the quality that is delivered.
Parks & Nature
Great place for all seasons, for fitness, family activities, picnics, trails for walking, biking, skiing and snowshoeing. There you will find wild animals in freedom. Excellent for bird watching and trail discovery in the woods. There are small crust breaks to warm up. You can find a little bit of everything even a friend.
29
locals raden deze aan
Parc Michel-Chartrand
1895 Rue Adoncour
29
locals raden deze aan
Great place for all seasons, for fitness, family activities, picnics, trails for walking, biking, skiing and snowshoeing. There you will find wild animals in freedom. Excellent for bird watching and trail discovery in the woods. There are small crust breaks to warm up. You can find a little bit of everything even a friend.
A park of great beauty and sovereign tranquility. This is a great place for all the family and for all activities, be it jogging, walks, or other. This park is large, green and in harmony with nature. Let yourself be seduced by this flora and fauna that the place offers. It is common in winter as in summer, and events that can be done there always adapt to the season.
12
locals raden deze aan
Parc de la Cité
6201 Boulevard Davis
12
locals raden deze aan
A park of great beauty and sovereign tranquility. This is a great place for all the family and for all activities, be it jogging, walks, or other. This park is large, green and in harmony with nature. Let yourself be seduced by this flora and fauna that the place offers. It is common in winter as in summer, and events that can be done there always adapt to the season.
This is a neighborhood park. The playground has different types of installations for various age groups. There is also a soccer field right next to it. overall, it looks like a peaceful place. I have particularly enjoyed the fact that kids from the neighborhood who come here know each other well.
Parc Adrien-Gamache
2312 Rue Vimont
This is a neighborhood park. The playground has different types of installations for various age groups. There is also a soccer field right next to it. overall, it looks like a peaceful place. I have particularly enjoyed the fact that kids from the neighborhood who come here know each other well.
Very nice place to stroll, admire the port of Montreal and have a picnic. It is located next to the Marina where is located an excellent restaurant: Quai 99. There are also bike paths and lots of trees for those who appreciate the shade. The place is a few steps from Saint-Charles street where are located several restaurants and terraces.
Parc Marie-Victorin
Very nice place to stroll, admire the port of Montreal and have a picnic. It is located next to the Marina where is located an excellent restaurant: Quai 99. There are also bike paths and lots of trees for those who appreciate the shade. The place is a few steps from Saint-Charles street where are located several restaurants and terraces.
Beautiful mountain. Pedestrian paths well identified, well maintained. The ultimate happiness is to climb to the top and contemplate the immense landscape of the Richelieu Valley.
Centre de la nature du Mont-Saint-Hilaire
Beautiful mountain. Pedestrian paths well identified, well maintained. The ultimate happiness is to climb to the top and contemplate the immense landscape of the Richelieu Valley.
Lachine, on the southeast bank of Montréal Island (in Lac St.-Louis), got its name from the first pioneers who, in the 17th century, made their way up the St. Lawrence looking for a route to China (in French, "la Chine"). The 14.4-kilometer Lachine Canal, a way of getting around the Lachine Rapids, was dug in 1825. It is many years, however, since it was last used for shipping and nowadays, it forms part of a park and offers plenty of opportunities for charming trips along the canal banks. A bike path borders its entire length, through an open green space, and you can also cruise the canal by boat.
10
locals raden deze aan
Lachine Canal National Historic Site
10
locals raden deze aan
Lachine, on the southeast bank of Montréal Island (in Lac St.-Louis), got its name from the first pioneers who, in the 17th century, made their way up the St. Lawrence looking for a route to China (in French, "la Chine"). The 14.4-kilometer Lachine Canal, a way of getting around the Lachine Rapids, was dug in 1825. It is many years, however, since it was last used for shipping and nowadays, it forms part of a park and offers plenty of opportunities for charming trips along the canal banks. A bike path borders its entire length, through an open green space, and you can also cruise the canal by boat.
Offrez-vous la fraîcheur d’une belle plage de sable avec une eau de qualité A en tout temps à deux pas de la ville au parc Jean-Drapeau! Pendant que vous y êtes, profitez-en pour louer une embarcation (canoë, kayak, pédalo ou planche à pagaie) au Pavillon des activités nautiques ou pour mettre au défi famille et amis dans une course ou des épreuves amicales sur l’Aquazilla : une structure gonflable unique de 30 mètres par 35 mètres composée d'obstacles, de glissoires et de plateformes pour sauter dans l'eau et plus encore!
7
locals raden deze aan
Jean-Doré Beach
7
locals raden deze aan
Offrez-vous la fraîcheur d’une belle plage de sable avec une eau de qualité A en tout temps à deux pas de la ville au parc Jean-Drapeau! Pendant que vous y êtes, profitez-en pour louer une embarcation (canoë, kayak, pédalo ou planche à pagaie) au Pavillon des activités nautiques ou pour mettre au défi famille et amis dans une course ou des épreuves amicales sur l’Aquazilla : une structure gonflable unique de 30 mètres par 35 mètres composée d'obstacles, de glissoires et de plateformes pour sauter dans l'eau et plus encore!
Lafontaine Park is Plateau Mont-Royal’s biggest park. A 40-hectare gem of traditional park landscaping, it includes two linked ponds with a fountain and waterfalls, soccer and baseball fields, beach volleyball, pétanque, a dog park, picnic areas and playgrounds, wading pools, several pieces of memorial statuary and many trees including numerous imposingly huge poplars. The park's Centre culturel Calixa-Lavallée is the site of Art neuf, a school of the arts. The open-air Théâtre de Verdure that offered a summertime program for many years has been closed for two summers awaiting work, but is now expected to reopen in time for summer 2017 and the city’s 375th anniversary. A bike path runs along
724
locals raden deze aan
La Fontaine Park
1619 QC-138
724
locals raden deze aan
Lafontaine Park is Plateau Mont-Royal’s biggest park. A 40-hectare gem of traditional park landscaping, it includes two linked ponds with a fountain and waterfalls, soccer and baseball fields, beach volleyball, pétanque, a dog park, picnic areas and playgrounds, wading pools, several pieces of memorial statuary and many trees including numerous imposingly huge poplars. The park's Centre culturel Calixa-Lavallée is the site of Art neuf, a school of the arts. The open-air Théâtre de Verdure that offered a summertime program for many years has been closed for two summers awaiting work, but is now expected to reopen in time for summer 2017 and the city’s 375th anniversary. A bike path runs along
Beautiful park. Very well organized. A lot of trails and hostels, very clean and well maintained. A lot of parking. Perfect for families and those who want to spend good time in nature. To have no waiting at the entrance during busy periods, plan your trip.
330 Rang des Vingt Cinq E
330 Rang des Vingt Cinq E
Beautiful park. Very well organized. A lot of trails and hostels, very clean and well maintained. A lot of parking. Perfect for families and those who want to spend good time in nature. To have no waiting at the entrance during busy periods, plan your trip.
Nice place to take pictures of rapids and wildlife (birds such as herons, geese, and other feathered birds), perfect for a picnic anytime. Easy access but limited parking space. Free parking and creamery within walking distance on hot, sunny days. Volunteer animators are ready to answer your questions concerning the park. P.S. there is a volleyball playground next to this park and a bike path.
17
locals raden deze aan
Des Rapides Park
17
locals raden deze aan
Nice place to take pictures of rapids and wildlife (birds such as herons, geese, and other feathered birds), perfect for a picnic anytime. Easy access but limited parking space. Free parking and creamery within walking distance on hot, sunny days. Volunteer animators are ready to answer your questions concerning the park. P.S. there is a volleyball playground next to this park and a bike path.
A 35-km network of mechanically groomed trails (with 27 km of classic cross-country skiing trails and 8 km of skate skiing trails) promises hours of fun. Two warming huts are available to give you a well-deserved break. In January and February, night skiing is offered on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays until 9 p.m. The cross country ski school, managed by the Montériski Ski Club, is open to everyone.
20
locals raden deze aan
Mont-Saint-Bruno National Park
330 Rang des Vingt Cinq E
20
locals raden deze aan
A 35-km network of mechanically groomed trails (with 27 km of classic cross-country skiing trails and 8 km of skate skiing trails) promises hours of fun. Two warming huts are available to give you a well-deserved break. In January and February, night skiing is offered on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays until 9 p.m. The cross country ski school, managed by the Montériski Ski Club, is open to everyone.
Along the Beach Road that leads from the Municipal Wharf to Jameson Park, several beaches attached to three campgrounds are available to you. You will be able to have a dip near the beach of the municipal dock, in addition to having access to that offered by the Kirkland campsite during the day. A beautiful destination for bathers.
Camping Plage Kirkland
Along the Beach Road that leads from the Municipal Wharf to Jameson Park, several beaches attached to three campgrounds are available to you. You will be able to have a dip near the beach of the municipal dock, in addition to having access to that offered by the Kirkland campsite during the day. A beautiful destination for bathers.
Officially named "Longueuil Municipal Beach", the beach on the western tip of Charron Island offers a safe swim in the St. Lawrence. It is also possible to play volleyball and sunbathe. Access is free, only parking is paid ($ 15 for the day). In only 15 min drive from our location.
Longueuil Municipal Beach
2495 Rue de l'Île Charron
Officially named "Longueuil Municipal Beach", the beach on the western tip of Charron Island offers a safe swim in the St. Lawrence. It is also possible to play volleyball and sunbathe. Access is free, only parking is paid ($ 15 for the day). In only 15 min drive from our location.
At the western end of the island of Montreal is a beautiful beach located in a bay surrounded by forest. It is possible to rent kayaks and canoes to sail peacefully on Lake Deux-Montagnes. Picnic area and on-site hiking trails are also on site.
18
locals raden deze aan
Parc-nature du Cap-Saint-Jacques
20099 Boul Gouin O
18
locals raden deze aan
At the western end of the island of Montreal is a beautiful beach located in a bay surrounded by forest. It is possible to rent kayaks and canoes to sail peacefully on Lake Deux-Montagnes. Picnic area and on-site hiking trails are also on site.
One of the most popular beaches for Montrealers is undoubtedly that of Oka National Park. You can swim in peace or enjoy the sun. For adventurers, it is also possible to go camping, cycling or even hiking.
19
locals raden deze aan
Parc national d'Oka
2020 Chemin d'Oka
19
locals raden deze aan
One of the most popular beaches for Montrealers is undoubtedly that of Oka National Park. You can swim in peace or enjoy the sun. For adventurers, it is also possible to go camping, cycling or even hiking.
Located between Lake Saint-Louis and Lake Saint-François, the beach of the St-Timothée Islands Regional Park offers its visitors crystal clear water and fine sand. It is also possible to play volleyball and to try your luck in hebertism trails.
St. Timothée Islands Regional Park
240 Rue Saint Laurent
Located between Lake Saint-Louis and Lake Saint-François, the beach of the St-Timothée Islands Regional Park offers its visitors crystal clear water and fine sand. It is also possible to play volleyball and to try your luck in hebertism trails.
Just a step from the center of discovery and services of the park is a large sandy beach overlooking the reservoir Choinière. In addition to swimming, you can go for a ride in a canoe, kayak, rowboat, paddleboat and paddle surfing.
14
locals raden deze aan
Yamaska National Park
1780 Chemin Roxton Sud
14
locals raden deze aan
Just a step from the center of discovery and services of the park is a large sandy beach overlooking the reservoir Choinière. In addition to swimming, you can go for a ride in a canoe, kayak, rowboat, paddleboat and paddle surfing.
Fantastic park to visit for wildlife photography. Deer, foxes, owls and plenty of other birds to enjoy. Well maintained paths and surprisingly nice infrastructure for a largely wild place.
27
locals raden deze aan
Îles-de-Boucherville National Park
55 Île Sainte Marguerite
27
locals raden deze aan
Fantastic park to visit for wildlife photography. Deer, foxes, owls and plenty of other birds to enjoy. Well maintained paths and surprisingly nice infrastructure for a largely wild place.
Arts & Culture
Discover a heritage place in old Longueuil, near very good restaurants. The river is nearby. It is with majesty that stands since 1887, in the heart of Old Longueuil, the Saint-Antoine-de-Padoue church which was elevated to the rank of co-cathedral in 1982 during the redesign of the diocese became Saint-Jean -Longueuil. This monument, imbued with an intimate relationship between art and the sacred, is worth a visit, a reflection and a lot of admiration. An exceptional collection of a variety of objects of great heritage value is to be discovered in the museum and in the crypt.
Cocathedral Saint Anthony of Padua
Discover a heritage place in old Longueuil, near very good restaurants. The river is nearby. It is with majesty that stands since 1887, in the heart of Old Longueuil, the Saint-Antoine-de-Padoue church which was elevated to the rank of co-cathedral in 1982 during the redesign of the diocese became Saint-Jean -Longueuil. This monument, imbued with an intimate relationship between art and the sacred, is worth a visit, a reflection and a lot of admiration. An exceptional collection of a variety of objects of great heritage value is to be discovered in the museum and in the crypt.
Many of the shows presented in Montreal are also held at the Théâtre de la ville in Longueuil. The prices are lower and unlike most rooms in Montreal, service fees are reasonable.
Théâtre de la Ville
150 Rue de Gentilly Est
Many of the shows presented in Montreal are also held at the Théâtre de la ville in Longueuil. The prices are lower and unlike most rooms in Montreal, service fees are reasonable.
Founded in 1656, Montréal's oldest church, Notre-Dame Basilica, stands in a far grander incarnation than the original. The twin towers of the neo-Gothic façade face Place d'Armes. The intricate and resplendent interior was designed by Victor Bourgeau. Highlights are the magnificent carved pulpit by sculptor Louis-Philippe Hébert (1850-1917), the 7,000-pipe organ by the Casavant Frères firm, and the stained-glass windows portraying scenes from the founding of Montreal. The admission charge to the basilica includes a 20-minute tour, or you can take a one-hour tour that gives more historical information and access to private areas, including the second balcony and crypt.
148
locals raden deze aan
Notre-Dame van Montreal
110 Rue Notre-Dame Ouest
148
locals raden deze aan
Founded in 1656, Montréal's oldest church, Notre-Dame Basilica, stands in a far grander incarnation than the original. The twin towers of the neo-Gothic façade face Place d'Armes. The intricate and resplendent interior was designed by Victor Bourgeau. Highlights are the magnificent carved pulpit by sculptor Louis-Philippe Hébert (1850-1917), the 7,000-pipe organ by the Casavant Frères firm, and the stained-glass windows portraying scenes from the founding of Montreal. The admission charge to the basilica includes a 20-minute tour, or you can take a one-hour tour that gives more historical information and access to private areas, including the second balcony and crypt.
The Oratoire Saint-Joseph, near the western exit from Mount Royal Park, is dedicated to Canada's patron saint. It is a mecca for pilgrims, with its huge Renaissance-style domed basilica dating to 1924. Brother André of the Congrégation de Sainte-Croix had already built a small chapel here in 1904, where he performed miraculous acts of healing for which he was canonized in 1982. His tomb is in one part of the sanctuary in the original chapel. Votive gifts are displayed in a second chapel. A cloister behind the church leads up to Mont-Royal. There is a good northwest view from the observatory over Montréal and Lac Saint-Louis.
Oratoire Saint-Joseph (Queen-Mary/No 3800)
The Oratoire Saint-Joseph, near the western exit from Mount Royal Park, is dedicated to Canada's patron saint. It is a mecca for pilgrims, with its huge Renaissance-style domed basilica dating to 1924. Brother André of the Congrégation de Sainte-Croix had already built a small chapel here in 1904, where he performed miraculous acts of healing for which he was canonized in 1982. His tomb is in one part of the sanctuary in the original chapel. Votive gifts are displayed in a second chapel. A cloister behind the church leads up to Mont-Royal. There is a good northwest view from the observatory over Montréal and Lac Saint-Louis.
The Musée des Beaux Arts is the oldest museum in Canada and houses vast collections of painting, sculpture, and new media. Its outstanding collections of World Cultures and Mediterranean Archaeology total nearly 10,000 objects, and there are excellent collections of African, Asian, and Islamic art, as well as art from North and South America. The more than 1,400 paintings, sculptures, drawings, and prints include masterpieces by Pieter Bruegel the Younger, Canaletto, El Greco, Gainsborough, Goya, Mantegna, Poussin, Rembrandt, Tiepolo, and Veronese, and are particularly strong in art works of the Dutch Golden Age. The collections continue through the Realists and Impressionists to modern art
398
locals raden deze aan
Musée des beaux-arts de Montréal
1380 Rue Sherbrooke
398
locals raden deze aan
The Musée des Beaux Arts is the oldest museum in Canada and houses vast collections of painting, sculpture, and new media. Its outstanding collections of World Cultures and Mediterranean Archaeology total nearly 10,000 objects, and there are excellent collections of African, Asian, and Islamic art, as well as art from North and South America. The more than 1,400 paintings, sculptures, drawings, and prints include masterpieces by Pieter Bruegel the Younger, Canaletto, El Greco, Gainsborough, Goya, Mantegna, Poussin, Rembrandt, Tiepolo, and Veronese, and are particularly strong in art works of the Dutch Golden Age. The collections continue through the Realists and Impressionists to modern art
At one corner of Place Royale in Vieux-Montréal is the Pointe-à-Callière, now marked by a striking modern building housing a museum of archaeology and history. Place Royale was the center of life in Montréal's early and colonial days, where the market and parade ground were located until later government buildings displaced them. But underneath today's Montréal, remnants of these early streets and foundations still remain, and you can explore these on a visit to the museum. The route through the city's history begins underground, where you can walk among the original stone-paved streets, drainage channels, and ground floors of 17th-century buildings. The story unfolds in layers of history to
116
locals raden deze aan
Montreal Museum of Archaeology and History
350 Place Royale
116
locals raden deze aan
At one corner of Place Royale in Vieux-Montréal is the Pointe-à-Callière, now marked by a striking modern building housing a museum of archaeology and history. Place Royale was the center of life in Montréal's early and colonial days, where the market and parade ground were located until later government buildings displaced them. But underneath today's Montréal, remnants of these early streets and foundations still remain, and you can explore these on a visit to the museum. The route through the city's history begins underground, where you can walk among the original stone-paved streets, drainage channels, and ground floors of 17th-century buildings. The story unfolds in layers of history to
The Place des Arts is an entire complex dedicated to visual and performing arts, the largest of its kind in all Canada. Three great cultural organizations make their home here: the Montreal Symphony Orchestra, Les Grands Ballets Canadiens, and the Opéra de Montréal, and its various stages and rehearsal halls provide venues for all kinds of theater, music, dance, films, and events. These sit around a large esplanade decorated with works of art, fountains, and water cascades, a popular venue for events. The most important of these is the annual summer Festival International de Jazz de Montréal held in late June and early July, attracting visitors from all over the world and bringing in some of
275
locals raden deze aan
Place des Arts
175 Rue Sainte-Catherine
275
locals raden deze aan
The Place des Arts is an entire complex dedicated to visual and performing arts, the largest of its kind in all Canada. Three great cultural organizations make their home here: the Montreal Symphony Orchestra, Les Grands Ballets Canadiens, and the Opéra de Montréal, and its various stages and rehearsal halls provide venues for all kinds of theater, music, dance, films, and events. These sit around a large esplanade decorated with works of art, fountains, and water cascades, a popular venue for events. The most important of these is the annual summer Festival International de Jazz de Montréal held in late June and early July, attracting visitors from all over the world and bringing in some of
The McCord Museum has an outstanding collection of exhibits on Canada's social history, especially native peoples. Its collections of costumes, clothing, accessories, quilts, and other hand-made textiles total more than 20,000 objects and include works by Montreal fashion designers. More than a thousand pieces of furniture, silver, ceramics, glass, and items related to food and household uses, as well as toys, sports equipment, and folk art lend color and domestic detail to the picture of early Canadian life. Artifacts and arts of the First Nations peoples include clothing and accessories, hunting and fishing equipment, weapons of war, domestic implements, ceremonial items, and art, as well
59
locals raden deze aan
McCord Museum McGill University
690 Rue Sherbrooke
59
locals raden deze aan
The McCord Museum has an outstanding collection of exhibits on Canada's social history, especially native peoples. Its collections of costumes, clothing, accessories, quilts, and other hand-made textiles total more than 20,000 objects and include works by Montreal fashion designers. More than a thousand pieces of furniture, silver, ceramics, glass, and items related to food and household uses, as well as toys, sports equipment, and folk art lend color and domestic detail to the picture of early Canadian life. Artifacts and arts of the First Nations peoples include clothing and accessories, hunting and fishing equipment, weapons of war, domestic implements, ceremonial items, and art, as well
As the only environment museum in North America, the Biosphere's mission is to raise citizen awareness, action, and engagement in environmental issues. The museum offers interactive exhibits and guided activities. If only for the architecture of this structure, it's worth the detour. The surrounding nature is green and conducive to cyclists and walkers. There are several photography opportunities too.
46
locals raden deze aan
Biosphere Environmental Museum
160 Chemin du Tour de l'isle
46
locals raden deze aan
As the only environment museum in North America, the Biosphere's mission is to raise citizen awareness, action, and engagement in environmental issues. The museum offers interactive exhibits and guided activities. If only for the architecture of this structure, it's worth the detour. The surrounding nature is green and conducive to cyclists and walkers. There are several photography opportunities too.
All festivals happens there : Francofolies, Jazz Festival, Just for laugh, Nuit d'afrique..... If no festival while you're in Montreal theres is often something going on and there's the illuminated fountain!
74
locals raden deze aan
Place des Festivals
74
locals raden deze aan
All festivals happens there : Francofolies, Jazz Festival, Just for laugh, Nuit d'afrique..... If no festival while you're in Montreal theres is often something going on and there's the illuminated fountain!
In the middle of the Quartier international, not far from Old Montreal, go and have a look at the La joute fountain, quite a piece of art by Jean-Paul Riopelle, a major artist belonging to the Automatistes movement. Absolutely to be seen if you are interested in 20th Century art.
Jean Paul Riopelle Place
In the middle of the Quartier international, not far from Old Montreal, go and have a look at the La joute fountain, quite a piece of art by Jean-Paul Riopelle, a major artist belonging to the Automatistes movement. Absolutely to be seen if you are interested in 20th Century art.
Sightseeing
Mont-Royal rises 233 meters above the city and is the green lung near the city center. A stroll through this lovely park enables the visitor to see monuments to Jacques Cartier and King George VI, to spend some time by Lac-aux-Castors, and to have a look at the cemeteries on the western slope where the city's different ethnic groups have rested in peace together for centuries. From the summit, or rather from a platform below the cross, there unfolds a magnificent panorama of the whole of the 51-kilometer length of the Île de Montréal and the St. Lawrence. On clear days, the view extends to the Adirondack Mountains in the United States of America.
479
locals raden deze aan
Mount Royal Park
1260 Chemin Remembrance
479
locals raden deze aan
Mont-Royal rises 233 meters above the city and is the green lung near the city center. A stroll through this lovely park enables the visitor to see monuments to Jacques Cartier and King George VI, to spend some time by Lac-aux-Castors, and to have a look at the cemeteries on the western slope where the city's different ethnic groups have rested in peace together for centuries. From the summit, or rather from a platform below the cross, there unfolds a magnificent panorama of the whole of the 51-kilometer length of the Île de Montréal and the St. Lawrence. On clear days, the view extends to the Adirondack Mountains in the United States of America.
Old Montréal is a remarkable concentration of buildings dating from the 17th, 18th, and 19th centuries. The district has the delightful feel of a Parisian-style quarter, situated as it is between the waterfront and the business hub. Its many historic sites, streets, and landmarks are best explored on foot. Of the many things to do here, the highlights are visiting the Pointe-à-Callière museum of archaeology and history, the twin-towered Notre-Dame Basilica, the quays of the revitalized Old Port, and the open-air gathering space of Place Jacques-Cartier.
296
locals raden deze aan
Old Montreal
296
locals raden deze aan
Old Montréal is a remarkable concentration of buildings dating from the 17th, 18th, and 19th centuries. The district has the delightful feel of a Parisian-style quarter, situated as it is between the waterfront and the business hub. Its many historic sites, streets, and landmarks are best explored on foot. Of the many things to do here, the highlights are visiting the Pointe-à-Callière museum of archaeology and history, the twin-towered Notre-Dame Basilica, the quays of the revitalized Old Port, and the open-air gathering space of Place Jacques-Cartier.
High above the city in the grounds that hosted the 1976 Summer Olympic Games, Parc Maisonneuve (Pie IX Metro) is the site of Montreal's wonderfully imaginative botanical garden. The diverse plants are grown in 30 themed gardens and 10 exhibition greenhouses, so a wide range of climates are represented. Outdoor gardens include the beautiful Japanese and Chinese gardens, as well as those devoted to alpine, aquatic, medicinal, shade, useful, and even toxic plants. The rose displays are stunning and especially interesting is a garden devoted to those plants grown or used by First Nations peoples. Soaring greenhouses contain a tropical rain forest, ferns, orchids, bonsai, bromeliads, and penjing
385
locals raden deze aan
Montreal Botanical Garden
4101 Rue Sherbrooke E
385
locals raden deze aan
High above the city in the grounds that hosted the 1976 Summer Olympic Games, Parc Maisonneuve (Pie IX Metro) is the site of Montreal's wonderfully imaginative botanical garden. The diverse plants are grown in 30 themed gardens and 10 exhibition greenhouses, so a wide range of climates are represented. Outdoor gardens include the beautiful Japanese and Chinese gardens, as well as those devoted to alpine, aquatic, medicinal, shade, useful, and even toxic plants. The rose displays are stunning and especially interesting is a garden devoted to those plants grown or used by First Nations peoples. Soaring greenhouses contain a tropical rain forest, ferns, orchids, bonsai, bromeliads, and penjing
The most complete park ever, with a sand beach on the other side of old port, Famous Casino Montreal, La Ronde amusement park with the highest roller coaster & formula 1 in June. Yes excitement is here. The Saint Lawrence river and the port is always beautiful.
121
locals raden deze aan
Parc Jean-Drapeau
121
locals raden deze aan
The most complete park ever, with a sand beach on the other side of old port, Famous Casino Montreal, La Ronde amusement park with the highest roller coaster & formula 1 in June. Yes excitement is here. The Saint Lawrence river and the port is always beautiful.
Near the Sherbrooke Metro Station, Square Saint-Louis rates as one of Montréal's prettiest old squares and is set in a turn-of-the-century French-Canadian residential quarter. In the little streets around the tree-shaded square, there are still a few attractive Victorian houses. Some now house pleasant restaurants. At the square's eastern edge and running parallel to St. Laurent, Rue St. Denis is one of the hippest shopping, arts, and dining streets in Montréal. Historic buildings have been converted into boutiques, bistros, and cafés. At one end, St. Denis starts in the student-minded Quartier Latin neighborhood (it's handy to Université du Québec à Montréal and the Grande Bibliothèque)
Fontaine du carré Saint-Louis
Near the Sherbrooke Metro Station, Square Saint-Louis rates as one of Montréal's prettiest old squares and is set in a turn-of-the-century French-Canadian residential quarter. In the little streets around the tree-shaded square, there are still a few attractive Victorian houses. Some now house pleasant restaurants. At the square's eastern edge and running parallel to St. Laurent, Rue St. Denis is one of the hippest shopping, arts, and dining streets in Montréal. Historic buildings have been converted into boutiques, bistros, and cafés. At one end, St. Denis starts in the student-minded Quartier Latin neighborhood (it's handy to Université du Québec à Montréal and the Grande Bibliothèque)
Montréal's Chinatown is centered on Rue de la Gauchetière, with Chinese gates marking the heart of the quarter. This colorful neighborhood dates from the late 1860s, when many of the Chinese laborers, who originally came to work in the mines and build the railroad, moved into the cities in search of a better life. Today's Chinatown is filled with Asian restaurants and shops, no longer exclusively Chinese, but a place where locals and tourists go to enjoy a good meal.
135
locals raden deze aan
Chinatown
135
locals raden deze aan
Montréal's Chinatown is centered on Rue de la Gauchetière, with Chinese gates marking the heart of the quarter. This colorful neighborhood dates from the late 1860s, when many of the Chinese laborers, who originally came to work in the mines and build the railroad, moved into the cities in search of a better life. Today's Chinatown is filled with Asian restaurants and shops, no longer exclusively Chinese, but a place where locals and tourists go to enjoy a good meal.
This is the most popular lookout on Mont-Royal thanks to its accessibility and large parking lot. Naturally enough, it’s a magnet for couples once night falls, making it nearly impossible on summer nights to find a parking space. You can walk to Chalet du Mont-Royal, 2km away. To get to this lookout, take the stairs that lead from the parking.
65
locals raden deze aan
Belvédère Camillien-Houde
65
locals raden deze aan
This is the most popular lookout on Mont-Royal thanks to its accessibility and large parking lot. Naturally enough, it’s a magnet for couples once night falls, making it nearly impossible on summer nights to find a parking space. You can walk to Chalet du Mont-Royal, 2km away. To get to this lookout, take the stairs that lead from the parking.
Montreal’s Habitat ’67 is a housing complex that is often called a collection of condo cubes. Habitat ’67 is a model community built along the St. Lawrence River that was created as part of Expo ’67. The complex consists of 354 prefabricated modules, known as “boxes” that are connected together to form 158 residences that range from 660 to 1,700 square feet. Each module contains its own garden and is virtually self-sufficient. Habitat ’67 is one of Montreal’s most recognized buildings. During Expo ’67 it was a thematic pavilion that was visited by thousands of visitors around the world. It was also the temporary residence of many of the dignitaries that took part of Expo ’67.
21
locals raden deze aan
Habitat 67
2600 Av Pierre-Dupuy
21
locals raden deze aan
Montreal’s Habitat ’67 is a housing complex that is often called a collection of condo cubes. Habitat ’67 is a model community built along the St. Lawrence River that was created as part of Expo ’67. The complex consists of 354 prefabricated modules, known as “boxes” that are connected together to form 158 residences that range from 660 to 1,700 square feet. Each module contains its own garden and is virtually self-sufficient. Habitat ’67 is one of Montreal’s most recognized buildings. During Expo ’67 it was a thematic pavilion that was visited by thousands of visitors around the world. It was also the temporary residence of many of the dignitaries that took part of Expo ’67.
Why not ride in style with a Dyad scooter e-bike : ) You can book a guided tour to take you to all the tourist attractions with a certified guide. These tours make amazing memories and pictures.
6
locals raden deze aan
Dyad
80 Rue Prince Arthur E
6
locals raden deze aan
Why not ride in style with a Dyad scooter e-bike : ) You can book a guided tour to take you to all the tourist attractions with a certified guide. These tours make amazing memories and pictures.
Shopping
Similar establishments with many of the same vendors, the Atwater Market and Jean Talon Market are Montréal's busiest public markets and well worth visiting for their atmosphere and local food specialties and products. Located in warehouse-style buildings, the markets feature vendors selling fruits and vegetables, flowers, meats, fish, cheese, baked goods, and specialty foods. You'll find maple syrup and candies, dried wild blueberries, home-style fruit jams and preserves, and the region's fine cheeses, as well as restaurants and cafés selling luscious pastries. The markets are a favorite stop for locals on Saturday mornings for a boule of coffee and a flaky croissant.
450
locals raden deze aan
Atwater Market
138 Avenue Atwater
450
locals raden deze aan
Similar establishments with many of the same vendors, the Atwater Market and Jean Talon Market are Montréal's busiest public markets and well worth visiting for their atmosphere and local food specialties and products. Located in warehouse-style buildings, the markets feature vendors selling fruits and vegetables, flowers, meats, fish, cheese, baked goods, and specialty foods. You'll find maple syrup and candies, dried wild blueberries, home-style fruit jams and preserves, and the region's fine cheeses, as well as restaurants and cafés selling luscious pastries. The markets are a favorite stop for locals on Saturday mornings for a boule of coffee and a flaky croissant.
The Marché Jean-Talon is one of the oldest and largest public markets in North America. Accessible in both summer and winter months you can find colourful fruits, vegetables, cheeses, oils spices, flowers, baked goods, and more local artisanal products. Visitors, as well as, residents truly appreciate and enjoy this place!
920
locals raden deze aan
Jean Talon Market
7070 Avenue Henri-Julien
920
locals raden deze aan
The Marché Jean-Talon is one of the oldest and largest public markets in North America. Accessible in both summer and winter months you can find colourful fruits, vegetables, cheeses, oils spices, flowers, baked goods, and more local artisanal products. Visitors, as well as, residents truly appreciate and enjoy this place!
The heart of Old Montreal: restaurants, terraces, bars, museums, architecture wonders, horse carriages, this oldest part of Montreal dating as far as 300 years ago will charm you !
Place Jacques-Cartier
The heart of Old Montreal: restaurants, terraces, bars, museums, architecture wonders, horse carriages, this oldest part of Montreal dating as far as 300 years ago will charm you !
Dix 30 Shopping Center - One of the most beautiful shopping center in Quebec. Parking is free and many shops not found elsewhere are very luxurious and well maintained. The concept is interesting and makes a change of the big inner shopping centers.
9160 Boulevard Rome
9160 Boulevard Rome
Dix 30 Shopping Center - One of the most beautiful shopping center in Quebec. Parking is free and many shops not found elsewhere are very luxurious and well maintained. The concept is interesting and makes a change of the big inner shopping centers.
In only 5 min drive from my location, this shopping center offers you stores like : Bulk Barn (food store) Canadian Tire (retail store) Chez Cora (restaurant) Le SuperClub Vidéotron (phone, internet supplier) Max Depot (items for 4$ or less) New Look (glasses store) Scotiabank (bank) Subway (restaurant) Super C (grocery) TD Canada Trust (bank) The Source (small electronics) Tim Hortons (restaurant) Walmart (grocery) Dollarama (items for 4$ or less) P.S. This is a basic shopping center. If you want a really big and luxurious one, refer to the Dix 30 Shopping Center in my guidebook
2261 Boulevard Roland-Therrien
2261 Boulevard Roland-Therrien
In only 5 min drive from my location, this shopping center offers you stores like : Bulk Barn (food store) Canadian Tire (retail store) Chez Cora (restaurant) Le SuperClub Vidéotron (phone, internet supplier) Max Depot (items for 4$ or less) New Look (glasses store) Scotiabank (bank) Subway (restaurant) Super C (grocery) TD Canada Trust (bank) The Source (small electronics) Tim Hortons (restaurant) Walmart (grocery) Dollarama (items for 4$ or less) P.S. This is a basic shopping center. If you want a really big and luxurious one, refer to the Dix 30 Shopping Center in my guidebook
It is a beautiful shopping center with lots of shops and prices are affordable. There is a good restaurant called the St. Lawrence and also the restaurant Allo my Coco is an excellent place for lunch. If you look for a luxury shopping center check DIX 30 Shopping Center, this is the best in the area.
15
locals raden deze aan
Place Longueuil
825 Rue Saint-Laurent Ouest
15
locals raden deze aan
It is a beautiful shopping center with lots of shops and prices are affordable. There is a good restaurant called the St. Lawrence and also the restaurant Allo my Coco is an excellent place for lunch. If you look for a luxury shopping center check DIX 30 Shopping Center, this is the best in the area.
An excellent example of a well-run, busy mall. It's not all that different from other large suburban malls but is extremely clean and features a very large and attractive food court and (on exterior properties surrounding the mall) multiple, large footprint chain stores. It is one of my favorite shopping destinations!
6
locals raden deze aan
CF Promenades St-Bruno
1 Boulevard des Promenades
6
locals raden deze aan
An excellent example of a well-run, busy mall. It's not all that different from other large suburban malls but is extremely clean and features a very large and attractive food court and (on exterior properties surrounding the mall) multiple, large footprint chain stores. It is one of my favorite shopping destinations!
This is a Grocery Store. You can find everything in very good price. They also have clothes for adults and kids, toys, and kitchen stiff. There is also an organic section and vegan products, they don't have tons of choices, but you can defiantly find what to have for dinner. They also have lot of sales all the time and if you get any lower price somewhere else you can prove it and have a rebate. Its a good choice for grocery for the whole family.
Maxi & Cie
2655 Chemin de Chambly
This is a Grocery Store. You can find everything in very good price. They also have clothes for adults and kids, toys, and kitchen stiff. There is also an organic section and vegan products, they don't have tons of choices, but you can defiantly find what to have for dinner. They also have lot of sales all the time and if you get any lower price somewhere else you can prove it and have a rebate. Its a good choice for grocery for the whole family.
Drug Store (Pharmacy). Very good service at the pharmacy. Everybody is very helpful and friendly. This pharmacy is the closest to our location and of good quality.
PJC Jean Coutu
2687 Chemin de Chambly
Drug Store (Pharmacy). Very good service at the pharmacy. Everybody is very helpful and friendly. This pharmacy is the closest to our location and of good quality.
Entertainment & Activities
Le Bateau Mouche is up there in the classy summer date department. Gourmet food, musical acts, and world class servers, book this one fast if you want to fit it on your summer bucket list. With a selection of different cruises to choose from, you can even hop on Le Bateau for a fine food breakfast cruise you’re sure to remember.
Vieux-Port de Montréal
55 Quai d'accostage
Le Bateau Mouche is up there in the classy summer date department. Gourmet food, musical acts, and world class servers, book this one fast if you want to fit it on your summer bucket list. With a selection of different cruises to choose from, you can even hop on Le Bateau for a fine food breakfast cruise you’re sure to remember.
Rafting Montreal has been offering exciting RAFTING and JET BOATING excursions on the world-famous Lachine Rapids since 1992. During the summer months, they invite you to enjoy a unique and refreshing adventure on the Saint Lawrence River, only steps away from downtown Montreal. No matter your age or profile, you will have a blast braving rough waters and impressive waves on a clear, wild scenery with an urban skyline. They are open from May to October with several departures per day.
8912 Boulevard LaSalle
8912 Boulevard Lasalle
Rafting Montreal has been offering exciting RAFTING and JET BOATING excursions on the world-famous Lachine Rapids since 1992. During the summer months, they invite you to enjoy a unique and refreshing adventure on the Saint Lawrence River, only steps away from downtown Montreal. No matter your age or profile, you will have a blast braving rough waters and impressive waves on a clear, wild scenery with an urban skyline. They are open from May to October with several departures per day.
Indoor climbing center. The mission of Canyon Escalade climbing center is to make climbing an unforgettable experience. Located in La Prairie, on the south shore of Montreal, Canyon Escalade offers state-of-the-art facilities where you can enjoy and improve your climbing in a safe, warm and well-maintained environment. Our instructors receive regular training from the FQME.
CanyonEscalade
1775 Chemin de Saint-Jean
Indoor climbing center. The mission of Canyon Escalade climbing center is to make climbing an unforgettable experience. Located in La Prairie, on the south shore of Montreal, Canyon Escalade offers state-of-the-art facilities where you can enjoy and improve your climbing in a safe, warm and well-maintained environment. Our instructors receive regular training from the FQME.
Voiles en Voiles is a family theme park with aerial adventure course, climbing and inflatable games in the World of royal and pirate ships located in the Old Port of Montreal.
Place des Vestiges
Voiles en Voiles is a family theme park with aerial adventure course, climbing and inflatable games in the World of royal and pirate ships located in the Old Port of Montreal.
Helicopter Tour - Fly over Montréal and discover the city from an exclusive point of view. Their Ville-Marie tour will allow you to fly over La Ronde, the Olympic Park, the Botanical Garden, the Mont-Royal mountain, and will end with a panoramic view of the city center. Different offers from 20 to 30 minutes of flight, able to accommodate 1 to 3 passengers, are available.
6500 Ch de la Savane
6500 Ch de la Savane
Helicopter Tour - Fly over Montréal and discover the city from an exclusive point of view. Their Ville-Marie tour will allow you to fly over La Ronde, the Olympic Park, the Botanical Garden, the Mont-Royal mountain, and will end with a panoramic view of the city center. Different offers from 20 to 30 minutes of flight, able to accommodate 1 to 3 passengers, are available.
Curling 4 Ever About your host, Nick He is the prototype of the happiest person, He wants to contaminate you with his smile. He has been hosting experience for his friends since 2011. Why, because he loves his friends making new friends. He has only been curling for two years, but he absolutely loves the game. It is strategic, social and brings people together. He loves getting to know visitors to Montreal.
Royal West Academy
Curling 4 Ever About your host, Nick He is the prototype of the happiest person, He wants to contaminate you with his smile. He has been hosting experience for his friends since 2011. Why, because he loves his friends making new friends. He has only been curling for two years, but he absolutely loves the game. It is strategic, social and brings people together. He loves getting to know visitors to Montreal.
Whith so many rides, where should you go first? Here. See all the fascinating things you can do at La Ronde, from roller coasters that will give you an adrenaline rush, to smooth rides for toddlers. Take a break by watching one of our shows or simply grab a bite at one of our restaurants. Do not forget to bring back memories of your day!
La Ronde Road
Whith so many rides, where should you go first? Here. See all the fascinating things you can do at La Ronde, from roller coasters that will give you an adrenaline rush, to smooth rides for toddlers. Take a break by watching one of our shows or simply grab a bite at one of our restaurants. Do not forget to bring back memories of your day!
Have a taste of Canadian History by partaking in the old Canadian pastime of axe throwing! Axe throwing became a popular Canadian pastime during the 18th century due to Canada's thriving lumber trade. Today we pay homage to our ancestors by joying this old-time activity. What you'll be doing: - 60-minute axe throwing experience - Learn the techniques of successfully throwing axes & knives Have a truly Canadian experience and come throw around some axes!
Sports de Combats
5335 Avenue Casgrain
Have a taste of Canadian History by partaking in the old Canadian pastime of axe throwing! Axe throwing became a popular Canadian pastime during the 18th century due to Canada's thriving lumber trade. Today we pay homage to our ancestors by joying this old-time activity. What you'll be doing: - 60-minute axe throwing experience - Learn the techniques of successfully throwing axes & knives Have a truly Canadian experience and come throw around some axes!
We believe the best way to discover a city is on a bicycle or on foot which is why we founded Fitz & Follwell Co! We are proud to host 2 of the top 5 Airbnb Experiences in Montreal! We'll show you the best art, architecture, urban development, nature, and local events & festivals, but we also aren't afraid to show you the grit, imperfections, and realities of what living in Montreal is like!
Le Livart
3980 Rue Saint-Denis
We believe the best way to discover a city is on a bicycle or on foot which is why we founded Fitz & Follwell Co! We are proud to host 2 of the top 5 Airbnb Experiences in Montreal! We'll show you the best art, architecture, urban development, nature, and local events & festivals, but we also aren't afraid to show you the grit, imperfections, and realities of what living in Montreal is like!
Here is held the Canadian Grand Prix Formula 1. When it is not hosting an event, the Circuit is a one-of-a-kind facility in the province of Québec, where cycling, para-cycling, inline skating and running enthusiasts come to train. Surrounded by lush gardens and a wide assortment of art works, the Circuit is a pleasant and relaxing place, a nice spot to go for a stroll. This multi-purpose track also provides a great view of Montréal, with its strategic location in the heart of the Saint Lawrence River.
Circuit Gilles Villeneuve
Here is held the Canadian Grand Prix Formula 1. When it is not hosting an event, the Circuit is a one-of-a-kind facility in the province of Québec, where cycling, para-cycling, inline skating and running enthusiasts come to train. Surrounded by lush gardens and a wide assortment of art works, the Circuit is a pleasant and relaxing place, a nice spot to go for a stroll. This multi-purpose track also provides a great view of Montréal, with its strategic location in the heart of the Saint Lawrence River.
If you like skiing then this is the closest mount to profit of fresh air and a nice view of the city. There are also ski trainers and special passes and prices. Check their website for more info.
550 Rang des Vingt Cinq E
550 Rang des Vingt Cinq E
If you like skiing then this is the closest mount to profit of fresh air and a nice view of the city. There are also ski trainers and special passes and prices. Check their website for more info.
Ski Saint-Bruno is a small ski resort located 16 km from my location. There are 15 lighted and artificially snow-covered trails. It is one of the most profitable ski companies in Quebec. Ski Saint-Bruno ski school is the largest ski school in Canada. Bonus : You'll get a very nice city view from the top of this mountain.
550 Rang des Vingt Cinq E
550 Rang des Vingt Cinq E
Ski Saint-Bruno is a small ski resort located 16 km from my location. There are 15 lighted and artificially snow-covered trails. It is one of the most profitable ski companies in Quebec. Ski Saint-Bruno ski school is the largest ski school in Canada. Bonus : You'll get a very nice city view from the top of this mountain.
Amazing place to take the family. Lots of animals to see, an amazing water park with wave pool and fun rides. The park is clean and the food well priced for a theme park. They constantly improve their environments and animal collections.
28
locals raden deze aan
Zoo de Granby
1050 Boulevard David-Bouchard N
28
locals raden deze aan
Amazing place to take the family. Lots of animals to see, an amazing water park with wave pool and fun rides. The park is clean and the food well priced for a theme park. They constantly improve their environments and animal collections.
The ideal place to spend a pleasant day, the animals are beautiful, the picnic areas are very well laid out, and the water park with its rides and wave pool is just amazing. There are some restaurants on the site. A very interesting vivarium section. The lions tunnels are just awesome! Congratulations to the team for the cleanliness of the park. The mini safari is very well thought out.
8
locals raden deze aan
Parc Safari
8
locals raden deze aan
The ideal place to spend a pleasant day, the animals are beautiful, the picnic areas are very well laid out, and the water park with its rides and wave pool is just amazing. There are some restaurants on the site. A very interesting vivarium section. The lions tunnels are just awesome! Congratulations to the team for the cleanliness of the park. The mini safari is very well thought out.
I went to see the Aurorae presentation and I was not disappointed! It was my first visit and I absolutely loved it! Sitting in cushions on the ground for the first viewing is quite awesome and I really liked the feeling of immersion! I also enjoyed the 2nd room in which the presenter was fun and the hallucinating northern lights! I highly recommend.
108
locals raden deze aan
Rio Tinto Alcan Planetarium
4801 Avenue Pierre-De Coubertin
108
locals raden deze aan
I went to see the Aurorae presentation and I was not disappointed! It was my first visit and I absolutely loved it! Sitting in cushions on the ground for the first viewing is quite awesome and I really liked the feeling of immersion! I also enjoyed the 2nd room in which the presenter was fun and the hallucinating northern lights! I highly recommend.
Amusement Park - Funtropolis is the biggest complex of its kind in Canada! Explore their giant play structures, ball cannons, mini-golf, X-Rider, giant spider web, and many more activities for all ages. Funtropolis is the perfect choice for a family day, a birthday party or a group outing! You have to try the X-Rider, exclusive to Funtropolis! This 4D simulator will immerse you in one of the many 3D short films to choose from, with special effects of bubbles, wind, snow and movements from the 360° platform!
2975 Boulevard Moïse-Vincent
2975 Boulevard Moïse-Vincent
Amusement Park - Funtropolis is the biggest complex of its kind in Canada! Explore their giant play structures, ball cannons, mini-golf, X-Rider, giant spider web, and many more activities for all ages. Funtropolis is the perfect choice for a family day, a birthday party or a group outing! You have to try the X-Rider, exclusive to Funtropolis! This 4D simulator will immerse you in one of the many 3D short films to choose from, with special effects of bubbles, wind, snow and movements from the 360° platform!
Gray Line Bus Tour - Apart from providing comfortable, enjoyable and informative tours, I’d like to commend the Montreal Gray Line staff for their exemplary performance in recovering my lost cell phone. Less than 30 minutes after reporting my loss, a driver phoned in stating he had located the device. Such honesty and responsiveness are rare these days. Thanks Montreal Gray Line. (a user' review) Other users complain about high prices!!!
1255 Rue Peel
1255 Rue Peel
Gray Line Bus Tour - Apart from providing comfortable, enjoyable and informative tours, I’d like to commend the Montreal Gray Line staff for their exemplary performance in recovering my lost cell phone. Less than 30 minutes after reporting my loss, a driver phoned in stating he had located the device. Such honesty and responsiveness are rare these days. Thanks Montreal Gray Line. (a user' review) Other users complain about high prices!!!
Visiting part of the city on the St. Lawrence by amphibious bus is an unusual experience for us. No apprehension when entering the water (reassured by the big cargo ships not far that float without problem). Very slow navigation on the river, it leaves time to take photos. (a visitor's review)
9 Rue de la Commune O
9 Rue de la Commune O
Visiting part of the city on the St. Lawrence by amphibious bus is an unusual experience for us. No apprehension when entering the water (reassured by the big cargo ships not far that float without problem). Very slow navigation on the river, it leaves time to take photos. (a visitor's review)
Perfect 9 hole course for all ages. Beautiful fairways, greens and wooded areas. Perfect for cross country skiing In winter.
Saint Lambert sur le Golf
Perfect 9 hole course for all ages. Beautiful fairways, greens and wooded areas. Perfect for cross country skiing In winter.
Karting & Paintball. Wow, I went with my co-workers here and I had an awesome time...it was my first time doing karting and the adrenaline was addictive. I will definitely be back soon. Would recommend 100%. They also have paintball, escape room and a laser tag game, hopefully I will try those the next time!
5592 Rue Hochelaga
5592 Rue Hochelaga
Karting & Paintball. Wow, I went with my co-workers here and I had an awesome time...it was my first time doing karting and the adrenaline was addictive. I will definitely be back soon. Would recommend 100%. They also have paintball, escape room and a laser tag game, hopefully I will try those the next time!
STROM SPA NORDIQUE. Amazing spa with very nice pools, I went for the thermal experience and it was great, has everything from steam rooms to saunas to relaxation rooms. There are 2 hot pools (hot & warm) and 2 cold ones (cold and colder). Sitting around the fire at night next to the lake is beautiful! And that reminds, the location next to the lake give a very peaceful ambiance.
32
locals raden deze aan
Strøm Spa Nordique
1001 Boulevard de la Forêt
32
locals raden deze aan
STROM SPA NORDIQUE. Amazing spa with very nice pools, I went for the thermal experience and it was great, has everything from steam rooms to saunas to relaxation rooms. There are 2 hot pools (hot & warm) and 2 cold ones (cold and colder). Sitting around the fire at night next to the lake is beautiful! And that reminds, the location next to the lake give a very peaceful ambiance.
Great Imax films, love the gift shop where you can buy unique and interesting products..parking is right across the street and you're in the heart of the Old Port.
22
locals raden deze aan
Cinéma IMAX TELUS du Centre des sciences de Montréal
2 Rue de la Commune O
22
locals raden deze aan
Great Imax films, love the gift shop where you can buy unique and interesting products..parking is right across the street and you're in the heart of the Old Port.
Everything Else
Every Sunday, Montrealers take to the foot of the mountain with a blanket, food, and drink to bask in the sun. Around the George-Étienne Cartier Monument, hundreds gather to drum to the same beat. Tam Tams is a must-do for tourists and locals alike during the warmer months.
56
locals raden deze aan
Monument to Sir George-Étienne Cartier
56
locals raden deze aan
Every Sunday, Montrealers take to the foot of the mountain with a blanket, food, and drink to bask in the sun. Around the George-Étienne Cartier Monument, hundreds gather to drum to the same beat. Tam Tams is a must-do for tourists and locals alike during the warmer months.
Go exploring and find a piece of the Berlin Wall displayed in a random spot.
15
locals raden deze aan
World Trade Centre Montréal
747 Rue du Square-Victoria
15
locals raden deze aan
Go exploring and find a piece of the Berlin Wall displayed in a random spot.
Here is the Palais des Congrès de Montréal. Here is held: The Montreal Auto Show in January
1001 Place Jean-Paul-Riopelle
1001 Place Jean-Paul-Riopelle
Here is the Palais des Congrès de Montréal. Here is held: The Montreal Auto Show in January
Gas station - closest to my location (Shell)
2075 Chemin de Chambly
2075 Chemin de Chambly
Gas station - closest to my location (Shell)