Home to a variety of birds this splendid park is an ideal site for an enjoyable walk and offers superb view points.
This 30-metre cross commemorates the foundation of Montréal and can be seen from miles away.
A five-level maze is the setting for this live action high-tech adventure.
The Montreal Forum has gone through a lifetime of reinvention to become the multiuse entertainment centre that it is today.
This vast multifunctional hall is the perfect venue for hockey games, rock concerts and live stage shows.
Skating fans can practice their favorite sport year-round at this indoor skating rink.
Mankind’s most noble and magnanimous sentiment is evoked by a mothers’ love for child her child in this sculpture.
Set within the Bell Centre, this museum presents the historical moments of a club that has roused crowds since 1909.
This commemorative monument was renowned for its clock, a replica of London’s famous Big Ben.
On the daytime discovery cruise or the evening dinner cruise, the view on Montréal and the islands is breathtaking.
Formerly a market, place Jacques Cartier is now one the city’s main gathering places and entertainment sites.
With its massive walls and sloped roof, it is a superb example of the urban architecture developed in New France.
Discover the fascinating world of insects through this collection of thousands of live and preserved species.
This public space is one of the few areas still containing physical evidence of the ancient fortified town.
Within the walls of this former prison, revisit the Patriotes’ rebellions of 1837-1838 and their consequences.
The finest ecosystems of the Americas are recreated with stunning realism, complete with plants and animals.
Its magnificent interior, paintings, sculptures and stained-glass windows belong to Montréal’s religious heritage.
Take a trip back in time among stalls, a military camp, a Native camp, musicians, craftspeople, and historic figures.
This public square was named after the famous painter Riopelle and features his sculpture-foutain titled La Joute.
Using a very original approach the exciting new exhibitions invite you to experience science and technology.
This avant-garde housing complex was designed for the 1967 World Exhibition by architect Moshe Safdie.