An initiative to showcase the richness and diversity of Montréal history.
Wander through Old Montréal and discover its past. At dusk, enjoy the Cité Mémoire, a route of outdoor projections by Michel Lemieux and Victor Pilon, in collaboration with Michel Marc Bouchard. Day or night, access over 60 points of interest and augmented reality experiences. Download the free Montréal en Histoires app, available in four languages: French, English, Spanish and Mandarin.
A storyteller recounts the legends and mysteries of Old Montréal and introduces you to the ghosts that haunt this neighborhood.
With a seasoned storyteller, discover the legends, mysteries, sordid stories and unexplained phenomena that haunted and still haunt the streets and alleys of the Old Montreal. Expect to encounter two ghosts that will give you the shivers.
Rent a bicycle or a tandem, rollerblades or an electric scooter to explore the city and have fun.
Located in the heart of historic Old Montréal directly on the bike path, Montréal on Wheels is the largest bicycle rental centre in the city. Vast selection of bike models: hybrid-comfort, hybrid performance, road, touring, tandems, bicycles for children, and trailers. Montréal on Wheels offers a complete selection of cycling tours with professional guides, rides with tour leaders, group activities with preferential rates for tour operators, wholesalers and convention planners.
Bike tour of the city’s neighbourhoods, attractions, history, architecture, and vitality.
Bike tour of neighborhoods, attractions and the city’s best-kept secrets with a view to discovering Montréal’s history, architecture and vitality. Includes a tasting break at the legendary St-Viateur Bagel & Café. Among the other sites visited are: the Old Port, Quartier Latin, Parc La Fontaine, Plateau Mont-Royal, Mount Royal Park (entrance), McGill University campus, the business district, and Old Montréal.
An ideal tour to discover Montréal, its history, neighbourhoods, attractions, and best-kept secrets.
An ideal tour to explore Montréal from every angle: its neighborhoods, attractions, best-kept secrets, history, architecture and lifestyle. Among the places visited are: the Old Port, Quartier Latin, Parc La Fontaine, Plateau Mont-Royal, Mount Royal Park (entrance), McGill University campus, the business district, Old Montréal, and Mile End.