Quays of the Old Port of Montreal

The Quays of the Old Port of Montreal are charged with history and offer many activities. Whether you would like to visit a ship, go to concert, board a cruise, dance the night away or watch fireworks, the Quays of … Continue reading

Parc Jean Drapeau

Located on the Sainte-Hélène and Notre-Dame Islands, in the middle of the S. Lawrence River, the park has much to offer. Visitors can enjoy skiing, skating, and snowshoeing in the winter, and swimming, water-skiing , and hiking in the summer. … Continue reading

Bonsecours Market

Considered to be an important and beautiful historic building in the 19thcentury, Bonsecours Market was the original venue for Montreal’s first city hall, and United Canada’s Parliament. The Bonsecours Market now houses boutiques, restaurants, and galleries, and is favorite tourist … Continue reading

Lachine Canal

Visit the historic gateway that helped shape Montreal. Built in 1825, thousands of ships used this route before the construction of the St. Lawrence Sea-way. After closing in 1970, it is now used by cyclists and pedestrians during summer months … Continue reading

Maison Saint-Gabriel

The 300 year old ground of the Maison Saint-Gabriel embodies the era of New France in an environment that was carefully preserved. A term of competent guides, dressed up in costumes from that era allows visitors to re-live history. Maison … Continue reading

Notre-Dame Basilica of Montreal

Located in the heat of Old Montreal, the Notre-Dame Basilica attracts thousands of tourists each year. Built in the mid 1800s, the religious heritage is famous for its neogothical architecture, artworks and chapels. Basilique Notre-Dame de Montreal Située au cœur … Continue reading

Amphi Tours

Since 1985, the Amphi-bus allows visitors to visit Montreal’s most popular attractions on land and water! The tour commences through the streets of the Old Port, around historical buildings. Visitors can the enjoy the Old Montreal skyline aboard the Amphi-bus … Continue reading


Come defy the laws of gravity in an indoor free fall simulator where you will experience the feeling og flight in a safe environment. Come alone, with your family, friends or as a group to live a truly remarkable experience … Continue reading

Rapids Jet Boat Tours

Jet boating the Lachine Rapids with experienced guides is a fun and unique high intensity summer activity. Don’t miss out on this exciting splashing adventure! Packages including meals are also available. Saute-Moutons Venez vivre une aventure d’été hors du commun … Continue reading

Les excursions Rapides de Lachine

Want to take a dip in the St. Lawrence River? Come discover the Lachine Rapids, on-board our rafting, hydro-jets, or hydro-boats. Operated since 1992, and a few minutes from downtown Montreal, “Les Excursions rapides de Lachine” offer guaranteed fun! Les … Continue reading

Croisières Évasion Plus

If you want to escape your routine, relax and daydream aboard a great cruise that also offers supper dances, you can choose from an array of packages for all budgets and styles. You can also charter one of two boats … Continue reading


Discover Montreal and its islands while traveling on the St. Lawrence River aboard the Bateau-Mouche,. Whether you choose a day tour excursion, a dinner cruise or a group event, you will have a most pleasant time listening to our tour … Continue reading

Labyrinth Shed 16

Come lose your way at the Shed 16 Labyrinth, a former warehouse located on the shore of St-Laurent River. Children and adults will enjoy walking in a maze of dark alleys where obstacles and enigmas will need to be overcome … Continue reading


The Ecomuseum is a private, non-profit organization, and educational wildlife park. Here, you can observe and study native fauna and flora in their natural habitats. Ecomuseum L’Ecomuseum est un organisme prive sans but lucratif et un parc faunique éducatif. Ici, … Continue reading


The Cosmodome is a venue dedicated solely to space exploration! This attraction offers both space science education and a space camp for younger visitors. Whether it’s taking a trip through our solar system, watching the Earth’s orbit or walking on … Continue reading

Montreal Science Centre

Explore, learn and have fun! The exhibits at the Science Centre educate visitors of all ages and provide them with an understanding of science and technology. Don’t miss the opportunity to also catch a movie on the giant IMAX screen! … Continue reading


This enormous geodesic sphere was originally designed by the architect Buckminster Fuller, to serve as the pavilion of the United States for the World Exposition in 1967. Unique in its structure, the Biosphere is now an exclusive venue that prioritizes … Continue reading

Montreal Biodome

Experience an extraordinary adventure et the Montreal Biôdome. Come see an extraordinary fauna and flora, and experience the climate of four very different ecosystems under the same roof. Children and adults alike will find an enjoyable way of learning about … Continue reading

Montreal Planetarium

The Montreal planetarium has been offering multimedia shows on the fascinating fields of astronomy and space exploration since 1996. The shows are for a large audience of all ages. Come learn more about space and astronomy. Planétarium de Montréal Le … Continue reading

Parc Safari

Visit with up to 600 animal species who live year round at Pard Safari! Uniquely, Parc Safari allows you to see the animals in their habitat from your very own car. In addition to the zoo, families can enjoy themselves … Continue reading

Montreal Casino

Feeling lucky? The Montreal Casino is equipped with over 3000 slot machines, 120 gaming tables, several bars, and four restaurants. While there, why not catch a Cabaret show? Casino de Montréal Vous sentez-vous chanceux? Le Casino de Montréal offre plus … Continue reading

Montreal Insectarium

Discover the work of insects & butterflies! The insectarium is an entire venue dedicated to the education and understanding of insects from around the world. You can also visit with beautiful butterflies that fly freely at the butterfly house. Insectarium … Continue reading

Olympic Stadium

Originally built for the 1976 Olympics, the stadium offers visitors a sensational view at the observatory of the world’s tallest inclined tower! The 175 meter tower is a member of the World Federation of Great Towers. Montrealers call it the … Continue reading

La Ronde

From its exhilarating roller coasters to its famous Ferris wheel, La Ronde offers overs 40 rides and attractions sure to delight visitors from all walks of life. The Park is open all summer, from mid-May to the end of October, … Continue reading

Saint Joseph’s Oratory

This architectural must-see is the largest church in Canada and has the second largest dome in the world. This religious site is also known for its Catholic pilgrimage and worship where visitors are often seen climbing the church steps on … Continue reading

Old Montreal

Discover Montreal’s Oldest district. Enjoy history, museums, art galleries, boutiques, architecture, and beautiful restaurants. The district is always busy during warm seasons with painters, cartoon artists, and street performers. Winter has much to offer as well, as Old Montreal provides … Continue reading

Montreal Botanical Garden

With an assortment of 22,000 plant species and cultivars, 10 exposition houses, thirty thematic gardens, and a fully-equipped staff, the Montreal Botanical Garden ranks as one of the world’s most spectacular botanical grounds. ©JBM, Gilles Murray Jardin Botanique de Montréal … Continue reading