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Place d'Armes

4 star rating: Recommended 9 Reviews

Nestled in the heart of historic Old-Montreal, Place d’Armes is the second oldest public site in Montreal. The Sulpicians, who played a major role in the ...  Read more

Montreal Tower Observatory

4 star rating: Recommended 8 Reviews

Welcome to the tallest inclined tower in the world! At 165 meters high (575 feet) and at a 45-degree angle (Pisa Tower only has a five-degree angle, by ...  Read more

Chinatown

4 star rating: Recommended 1 Review

To truly experience Montreal’s melting pot of cultures head to Chinatown. Dating back to the 1860s when Chinese immigrants went to Canada to work on the ...  Read more

Grevin Wax Museum (Musee Grevin)

4 star rating: Recommended 1 Review

Talk about a museum that takes the art of make believe to a whole new level! Mingle with the (wax versions) likes of Celine Dion, Queen Elizabeth II, Albert ...  Read more

Notre Dame Basilica

3.5 star rating: Worth doing 48 Reviews

One of Montreal's most enduring symbols, the Notre Dame Basilica occupies a site rich with three centuries of history. The massive, awe-inspiring interior ...  Read more

Olympic Park

3.5 star rating: Worth doing 16 Reviews

Site of the 1976 Olympic Games, Olympic Park is now a family-friendly destination packed with sites and activities. The four attractions are the Olympic ...  Read more

Biodome de Montreal

3.5 star rating: Worth doing 7 Reviews

The Americas are home to four ecosystems, and at the Biodome de Montreal you’ll be able to walk through them all (well, replicas of them at least). Visitors ...  Read more

Plains of Abraham

3.5 star rating: Worth doing 3 Reviews

When Quebecois want to soak up the sun or enjoy a family picnic, they head to the Plains of Abraham, contained within Battlefields Park. Within the park’s ...  Read more

Artillery Park National Historic Site

With its strategic view of the plateau west of the city and the St Charles River, Artillery Park National Historic Site is a complex of defensive buildings ...  Read more

Atwater Market

Open since 1933, Atwater Market is an important part of Montreal’s culinary heritage. While the city has a number of great markets, this one is considered to ...  Read more

Basilique-Cathedrale Notre-Dame de Quebec

The oldest Christian parish north of Mexico, the Basilique-Cathédrale Notre-Dame-De-Québec has suffered everything from fires to battle damage to ...  Read more

Jacques Cartier Place

Stretching from the Rue Notre-Dame in the north to the Old Port in the south, Jacques Cartier Place (Place Jacques Cartier) is the famed cobbled square at ...  Read more

Lachine Canal (Canal de Lachine)

Running from Old Montreal to Lake St. Louis in western Montreal, Canal de Lachine is a 14.5 kilometer-long (9 miles) inland waterway that was mainly used for ...  Read more

Latin Quarter (Quartier Latin)

Located just south of artsy, boho-chic Plateau Mont-Royal, the Latin Quarter has been a center of student life since the 18th century. Now home to one of the ...  Read more

Laurentian Mountains (Les Laurentides)

While the actual mountain range stretches roughly from Ottawa to Charlevoix, the “Laurentides” refers to a mountainous region just north of Montreal. Other ...  Read more

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