Things to do in Montreal

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  • 1

    Old Montreal

    93 reviews

    Quaint cobblestone streets and imposing historic buildings. The shops and restaurants in the area are great, and it's a very fun place to walk around.

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  • 2

    Notre-Dame Basilica

    76 reviews

    Beautiful basilica! It's a $5 entry, but totally worth it! :) The architecture is gorgeous, and there is a free short tour that you can join to learn about its history. They also have a man that plays one of the largest organs ever at certain times some days, so if you're around, you should go and listen to it!

    Popular withHistoryDesignLocal
  • 3

    Mount Royal Park

    54 reviews

    This park is much to give over all seasons. The park itself changes and feels completely different for each season. Great place to exercise or just to take a little stroll. Great lookout over downtown Montreal

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  • 4

    Montréal Botanical Garden

    40 reviews

    One of the best gardens I've ever been to. This place is huge! The International Mosaiculture event was very impressive with awesome plant sculptures!

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  • 5

    Montreal Biodome

    37 reviews

    Beautiful wildlife and foliage. We were very excited for the 'hands-on' aspect and were a bit disappointed. It's definitely a good stop for tourists. Buy your pass as a package with the botanical gardens!!

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  • 6

    Old Port of Montreal

    30 reviews

    My favorite spot in Montreal. This is a popular tourist spot, but lots of locals also relaxes here. There is always endless things to do and see. In the spring/summer when weather is perfect, there are entertainers who does shows around this area cheered on by the crowds. Tons of restaurants and little shops along the side to pop in ...

    Popular withLocalOutdoorFamilies
  • 7

    Underground City (RÉSO)

    31 reviews

    The underground city is one continuous mall that spans 7 metro stations in the downtown area. Famous for its endless shops and boutiques and a sanctuary for those who seek to escape the unforgiving summer heat or the bitterness of winter, the underground city is an interesting way to get around the downtown area, great for grabbing some good eats ...

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  • 8

    Olympic Stadium

    32 reviews

    Unfortunately the stadium doesn't seem to be put to its best use anymore, but the tour is nice and the exhibits are interesting. Other than that, not much to do here.

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  • 9


    28 reviews

    The first time when I had a glance at Chinatown, nothing much to see, as I am from modern China. This place looks old. Yet, once I get to know more about the local history, the vivid picture of Chinatown with its earlier habitants comes to life! Who are the earlier habitants of Chinatown? What did they do for living? ...

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  • 10

    Rue Ste. Catherine

    22 reviews

    Downtown Montreal's "main street" and top shopping destination.

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  • 11

    Boulevard Saint-Laurent

    20 reviews

    Best place to find Montreal's nightlife. People ranging from 19-30 will definitely have a good time here. If you don't like one club you can just leave and cross the street to another club you find more intriguing.

    Popular withNightlifeTrendstersFoodies
  • 12

    La Ronde

    20 reviews

    Any dare devil kid needs to visit larond

    Popular withFamiliesAdventureStudents
  • 13

    Bell Centre

    18 reviews

    It's where Les Habs play.Where else???!!!

    Popular withLocalNightlife
  • 14

    Bixi Montreal

    12 reviews

    Bixi is an extremely effective and convenient service that can be found throughout the city. Renting bikes for the entire day is only $7. All you need to do is grab a bike from a Bixi station, ride to your destination, park your bike at another Bixi station, and when you're ready grab another bike when you're ready to go! ...

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  • 15

    The Plateau

    13 reviews

    If you're visiting Montreal, you MUST visit the "Plateau" neighbourhood. Particularly if you're the sort of person who would hang out in Brooklyn or Shoreditch... if you catch my drift. The streets (and residents) are filled with character and the coffee shops are plentiful!

    Popular withTrendstersLocalFoodies
  • 16

    St. Joseph's Oratory of Mount Royal

    15 reviews

    St. Joseph's Oratory is a Roman Catholic Basilica and is absolutely breathtaking. People have come to this basilica from all over the world in hopes of attaining miraculous cures, and many have been cured of their diseases. It is a place every one should visit, if not for spiritual reasons then just to be awestruck by the building and its ...

    Popular withLocalSpiritualDesign
  • 17

    Montreal International Jazz Festival

    12 reviews

    Lots of great acts, many of them for free.

    Popular withOutdoorBudgetBackpackers
  • 18

    Montreal Museum of Fine Arts

    13 reviews

    Impressive museum of fine arts which I happened to find when I had an afternoon free to wander. Probably not worth more than an hour or two, but surprising collection. Will try to find some snaps.

    Popular withDesignLocalStudents
  • 19

    Montreal City Hall

    15 reviews

    Beautiful old city hall, especially when lit up at night. When I ended the corner and saw this building, I felt as if I had stepped into a postcard!

    Popular withHistoryLocalDesign
  • 20

    Jean Talon Market

    14 reviews

    Pretty cool market. Nothing extraordinary.

    Popular withFoodiesLocalVegetarian
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