Local Montréal’s cultural and gastronomic walking tours reveal the best of the city, from Old Montréal to brew pubs to the Quartier des spectacles.
Local Montréal Tours offers local food and craft beer walking tours to the Jean-Talon Market and to the unique brewpubs of the city. Creative, fun, and educational, these tours feature certified guides who take visitors along the path less travelled for a real taste of Montréal's lively and picturesque neighbourhoods, including the Plateau Mont-Royal, Old Montréal, and the Quartier des spectacles. Private tours are also available.
Accredited by Transport Canada, Montréal Fishing Tours provides a superior guide service for anglers looking for bass, walleye, and pike.
Thanks to Montréal Fishing Tours, anglers can enjoy a great day on the waters of the Saint Lawrence River as experienced guides reveal the best places on Lac Saint-Louis to reel in bass, walleye, and pike. Packages include all fishing gear, safety equipment and meals, on-board or at the marina. Tours run in four or eight hour blocks of time between 7 a.m. and 8 p.m. Reservation required. Hotel pick-up upon request. Montréal Fishing Tours is accredited by Transport Canada.
Paired up in teams and armed with a map of the local area, you’ll search for ghosts in the night amid the small narrow streets of Old Montréal.
Paired up in teams and armed with a map of the local area, you’ll search for ghosts in the night amid the small narrow streets of Old Montréal. Each ghost, played by a professional actor, recounts the story of his or her life…and death. Fascinating tales and encounters await you! Two Ghost Hunts are offered. With the Montréal's Historical Crime Scenes Ghost Hunt, you will relive the most infamous crimes in Montréal's history. Meanwhile, the New France Ghost Hunt unveils hidden secrets about the city’s past concerning hangings, torture, slavery, poverty, sorcery, and more.
Rent a bicycle or a tandem, rollerblades or an electric scooter to explore the city and have fun.
In the heart of Old Montréal along the bike path leading to the city's major parks and cycling trails, Montréal On Wheels rents out an array of bicycles, including tandems, as well as child trailers and rollerblades. The centre offers guided bike tours for individuals and groups and organizes activities for up to 100 participants, with special rates available for meeting planners, travel agencies, wholesalers, and tour operators. Montréal On Wheels also provides bike tours focused on history. These run from May to October (reservations required) and last between 1,5 hours and 2,5 hours (12 to 16 km).
A guided walk to discover the historic and natural heritage of Mount Royal and the many viewpoints from the mountain’s three summits.
This 15km hike traverses the entire territory of Mount Royal and winds its way between the forest and the city. This exceptional outing examines the mountain through history, ecology, urban planning and architecture. Bring your picnic lunch.