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Montreal, QC

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Things To Do In Montréal

Why is Montréal so captivating? We think it has something to do with the fusion of a rich past and what’s current today. Even better: the best of what’s fun to do is right outside our doors. So take time to see what’s going on at the remarkable Bell Centre—mere steps away. Naturally, there are many cultural attractions in Montréal. So stroll along the charming cobblestone streets to see the shimmering water of the majestic St. Lawrence River. Visit the Museum District or the St. Joseph’s Oratory. Nature lovers will want to take a walk in stunning Mont Royal Park or see at least some of the Montréal Botanical Garden’s 20,000 plants. At the fascinating Biodome, you can experience four different climates under a single roof. Thrill-seekers will love a day at La Ronde, our world-class theme park. And when the sun goes down, check out the Montréal Casino, where everyone has the chance to test his or her luck.

Bell Centre
1909 Avenue des Canadiens-de-Montréal

Visit the home of the Montréal Canadiens. As one of the largest stadiums in North America, the Bell Centre is the centre stage for everything entertainment as well as a must see Montréal tourist attraction. Learn more

Mount Royal Park
1260 Remembrance Road

Explore the crown jewel of Montréal. Stroll through the mountain’s many paths on a sunny day, or bundle up for a day of winter skating. No matter when you visit, there is always something new and interesting just around the mountain. Learn more

Olympic Park
4141 Pierre-de-Coubertin Avenue

The Stadium was first built to host the 1976 Olympic Games. As the former home of the Expos baseball team, it is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Montréal. With its unique architecture, this attraction in Montréal is home to a number of activities, including swimming and the Biodome, and hosts a number of events throughout the year. Learn more

4777 Pierre-de-Coubertin Avenue

Take a trip around the world at the Montréal Biodome, and sample its four different ecological climates, including a rain forest, a polar wonderland, a marine ecosystem and a forest. Watch the animals in their natural habitats and learn about the various plants that surround them. From polar penguins to tropical monkeys, this sightseeing in Montréal is sure to please the entire family. Learn more

Montréal Botanical Gardens
4101 Sherbrooke East

Stroll through over 20,000 plant species in over 31 gardens. Admire the Japanese Garden and the bonsai collection. The perfect way to spend a quiet afternoon. Learn more

Basilica of Notre-Dame de Montréal
116 Notre-Dame West

Discover the secrets of Montréal’s oldest Catholic church. Built in 1656, this Montréal historic site is famous for its intricate architecture, its stained glass recounting the history of Montréal—and even the wedding of a certain French-speaking Canadian singer. Learn more

St Joseph's Oratory
3800 Chemin Queen Mary

Admire the city from above at St. Joseph’s Oratory. Originally built between 1904 and 1967, the Oratory is considered the world’s largest monument honoring St. Joseph, Canada’s patron saint. Each year, millions of visitors and pilgrims flock to this place of worship, making it one of North America’s most revered pilgrimage sites. Learn more

Museum District

Designer boutiques of haute couture, interior design and home accessories, art galleries and jewelers’ showcase. The museum district is where culture and shopping meet. All of this gravitates around the Montréal Museum of Fine Arts Museum. Over the past 144 years, this museum has assembled one of North America's finest encyclopedic collections of art, totaling over 30,000 objects.


Local museums include Montréal Museum of Fine Arts, Montréal Museum of Contemporary Arts, Pointe-à-Callière, the Montréal Museum of Archaeology and History, and the Montréal Planetarium. Learn more about Montréal Museums

1000 De La Gauchetière West

Discover the most spectacular and unique skating rink in North America. This 10,000-square-foot indoor rink lies under a lit sky-dome. Enjoy skating year-round, in the ideal temperature (18ºC or 64ºF) to the beat of your favorite songs. Learn more

Montréal Casino
1, Avenue du Casino

Let luck be a lady at the Montréal Casino, which features 120 gaming tables and over 3,000 slot machines on five floors of sheer entertainment. Enjoy sizzling shows and delicious food at the Cabaret du Casino.

La Ronde
22 Chemin Macdonald
Ile Sainte-Hélène

Do you have a need for speed? Then ride Canada’s highest and fastest rollercoaster, The Goliath. Experience the ultimate thrill ride at Quebec’s #1 theme park. Looking to spend some quality time with the little ones? Then visit La Petite Ronde. With so many attractions, no wonder it’s a favorite summer attraction. Learn more

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