Save money and zip around the city of Montreal with the ‘Passeport MTL.’ During a 72-hour period, enjoy access to 28 popular attractions and activities, including riverboat cruises, the Biodôme, The Montreal Tower and Olympic Park, and more. Bonus: The pass has a built-in chip that gives you unlimited access to public transportation, including the 747 Aéroport P.-E.-Trudeau shuttle. Getting to know Montreal has never been easier.
Secure your ticket in advance and speed down snow-covered slides in a winter wonderland at Valcartier Vacation Village. With more than 35 snow slides to choose from, take a thrilling ride down one of the four longest and steepest slopes with views of the Jacques-Cartier River, or opt one of the tamer options that are fun for the entire family.
When winter falls over Quebec City, the nearby Valcartier Vacation Village turns into a snowy playground of outdoor adventure. On this combo ticket, hit the slopes by snow-tube and visit Quebec's Ice Hotel—combining Valcartier Vacation Village’s top attractions and activities into one family-friendly adventure. With all activities, entrance fees, and parking included, you’re free to enjoy your wintertime adventure to the full.
Spare your feet the blisters and make your ascent to Parc de la Chute-Montmorency stress-free when you purchase your entrance and cable car ticket in advance. The leisurely ride to the top offers spectacular views of the 272-foot (83 meter) high waterfall. Be sure to visit the Manoir, where you can learn about the history and heritage of the area.
Discover our underwater world in the presence of 10,000 marine animals at Aquarium du Quebec. Regardless of the season or weather, the centrally located attraction always provides a fun and welcoming environment for friends and families of all ages. Observe and learn about fish, reptiles, amphibians,and invertebrates. You can also watch feedings and trainings for polar bears, walrus, and sea lions.
Catch 360-degree views of Montreal and the city’s main landmarks from the Observation Deck Au Sommet Place Ville Marie with this admission ticket. Located downtown and 607 feet (185 meters) above the ground, the all-glass observation deck includes an exhibition about Montreal life, as well as a restaurant with authentic Montreal cuisine.
Meet the stars and celebrities of yesteryear and today with admission to the world-famous Grévin Museum in Montreal. With themed exhibits and over 120 models, there’s something for everyone — from celebrities and rock stars to athletes and world leaders. There’s Michael Jackson, Justin Bieber, Barack Obama, Albert Einstein and many more. See those who have made their mark on Canadian history, like hockey legend Jean Beliveau, singer Robert Charlebois, astronaut Julie Payette and actress/singer Céline Dion. The list goes on. The Grévin Museum has become one of Montreal’s most popular attractions.
For unparalleled views from the Old Port to downtown to Mount Royal, visitors looking for some of the best vistas in the city shouldn't miss a spin on La Grande Roue de Montréal. With your ticket, you can hop in a gondola that takes you 197 feet (60 meters) into the air, and lets you marvel at the city. Whether you plan to visit during the day, or want to enjoy the sparkling skyline at night, you can bet on unparalleled views.
With a museum guide, visit Le Monastère and discover the history of the Augustinian Sisters, a religious community that founded the first hospital in North America, north of Mexico.Two possible options: Option A (French): visit at 10:30 am and lunch at noon Option B (English): lunch at 12.30 pm and visit at 2 pm Includes a personalized welcome, a Museum ticket for the visit of the permanent exhibition, lunch at Le Restaurant and a 10% discount at the Monastery shop. Your guided tour ticket also includes access to other tours available the same day (schedule subject to change without notice). Lunch includes: soup, salad, dish of the day (fish, meat or vegetarian / vegan), verrine dessert and coffee or herbal tea signature. As a bonus: a mouthful dessert (sweet) created especially for the occasion.
Meet black bears, woodland caribou, gray wolves and other ambassadors of Québec’s wildlife at the Ecomuseum Zoo, Montreal’s one and only outdoor zoo during winter. Located just 20 minutes from downtown, the zoo is home to more than 100 species. See the zoo residents in the snow, and learn more about these animals that no longer can return to the wild because they were injured, orphaned or born under professional human care. Enjoy an indoor exhibit showcasing reptiles, amphibians, fish and nocturnal mammals.
Visit the tallest inclined tower in the world with an admission ticket to the Montreal Tower Observatory, located at Olympic Park. From the top of the tower, which is leaning at an astonishing 45-degree angle, see the entire Montreal region and up to 50 miles (80 kilometers) of the St. Lawrence River valley. This breathtaking panoramic view received the highest rating from the renowned Michelin Guide.
Purchase your tickets ahead of time for guaranteed admission to Saint Joseph's Oratory Museum in Montreal. Explore the museum's temporary and permanent collections of artistic, historical, and religious items.
If seeing the sights of Quebec isn’t enough and you want to fully immerse yourself in them, this virtual reality experience is ideal. Using a headset and a tablet, feel as though you are going back in time. See and feel what it was like in Quebec during important historical events. This is a fun activity for the whole family. History enthusiasts and anyone who wants to add a twist to their time in Quebec will love this activity.
Experience the thrill and excitement of the Grand Prix or Formula 1 race, and none of the risk, at Montreal’s premiere racing simulation center. Try your hand at eight simulators, the same ones used by professional F1 racing teams to train their drivers. Get a glimpse into what it’s like drive a race car in the most realistic setting possible. Whether you hit the throttle solo, or compete with other drivers, get your adrenaline going at top speed.
Discover one of the most beautiful attractions in the Québec City region with a walking tour of Canyon Sainte-Anne. This breathtaking, steep-sided gorge is carved by the Sainte-Anne-du-Nord River, which drops over a 74-meter waterfall within the canyon. Walk across one of the highest pedestrian bridges in Quebec and enjoy the breathtaking scenery. Explore the 1.2-billion-year-old slopes and rocks and learn more about the park's history, geology, flora, fauna and other fascinating natural phenomena.
Experience Montréal's wilder side during this 2-hour visit to the Ecomuseum, the city’s only outdoor zoo. Travel 20 minutes from the hustle of downtown to this natural refuge, enjoying its collection of black bears, woodland caribou, gray wolves, eagles and more, all found in the province of Québec. You can rest assured your visit is supporting a good cause: each of the park’s animals was orphaned, injured or born under human care, and would otherwise be unable to return to the wild. Parking, entrance fees and skip-the-line access are all covered.
Take a day for family-fun in the sun with a visit to Valcartier Vacation Village. Located 20-minutes from Quebec City and filled with restaurants, 600 campsites, and seven rustic camps this is the perfect place to enjoy the outdoors as a family. Spend a refreshing day in the water park pools and sliding down one of 35 heated water-slides including Everest, North American’s highest accelerating slide.
Experience Canada’s most-visited museum, the Canadian Museum of History, to learn about the country’s history, cultural heritage, and First Peoples. This unique building across the river from Canada’s Parliament Buildings tells a story of success, struggle, conflict, and achievement. Check out the interactive exhibits in the Children’s Museum, watch an educational movie in the CINÉ+ (IMAX) Theatre, and walk among soaring artifacts in the First Peoples Hall.
With a modern, interactive approach to celebrating life in Montreal, both past and present, the McCord Museum reflects a city open to the world. Get a good price on museum admission, and discover Montreal’s history through its key places, the heritage of Canada’s First Nations, and the achievements and creativity of the people of Montreal.
A visit to the Gaspésie region of Quebec is not complete without a visit to the Musée de la Gaspésie. The museum explores the history of the region from Neolithic times, to the introduction of Europeans to the Indigenous people living there, to the emergence of the distinctive Gaspésie culture of which the people are proud. Upgrade your ticket to include a geo-rally GPS scavenger hunt for an immersive experience.
Take your kids on a global adventure at the Canadian Children’s Museum in Gatineau. The hands-on venue offers a variety of exhibits and activities that are sure to keep kids entertained. It's the perfect place to foster their interest in culture, history, and art. Recreated Indian, Indonesian, and Mexican homes teach kids about daily life around the world. Kids can also climb onto a Thai rickshaw and colorful Pakistani bus.