Things to Do in Montreal This Winter

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As the mercury dips below zero and a blanket of snow renders everything in sight white, the city of Montreal exudes a magical, winter wonderland quality. If you’re visiting Canada during the snowy season, you’ll find plenty of frosty fun in Montreal. See below for inspiration.

  • Discover local art, gastronomy and culture during the 11-day Montreal en Lumiere winter festival. The festival culminates in Nuit Blanche, an all-night extravaganza featuring free events, shows, and parties.
  • Embark on a tour of the Underground City, a vast subterranean complex situated beneath Downtown Montreal.
  • Sip ice wines and apple ice cider during a winter tour of Quebec wine country.
  • Wrap up warm and get in the festive spirit with a Christmas walking tour of historic Old Montreal and the Old Port.
  • Zip around the scenic region of Mauricie by snowmobile.
  • See native Quebec wildlife, including arctic foxes, snowy owls, caribou, and bears, roaming around open-air snow-covered enclosures at an outdoor zoo
  • Warm up by sipping steaming brews during a tea-themed tour of the city.
  • Try ice skating, cross-country skiing, and snowshoeing in Mount Royal Park (Parc du Mont Royal) and Jean Drapeau Park (Parc Jean-Drapeau).
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