An historic monument and former home of Félix Leclerc.
A museum and an example of rural architecture located on the largest pre-historic archeological site ever discovered on the island of Montréal.
This magnificent 300-year-old house presents various aspects of rural life in Montréal in the 17th century.
The Maison symphonique de Montréal is built to the high standards followed by the designers of the best concert halls in the world.
Initially it was a public market; today it is a bustling meeting place with boutiques, shops and exhibition areas.
The Chapel and the Museum display objects related to the early beginnings of the colony in the 17th century.
This major religious heritage building features a superb gilded neo-baroque baldachin and a collection of paintings.
Home to the finest historical collections, the museum contains a wealth of information on Canadian history.
This large avenue, lined with modern buildings, shops and cafés, offers a stunning view of Mount Royal.
Founded in 1821, this university has a campus comprising more than 80 buildings over 80 acres of land.
Have a look at Tourisme Montréal's official Tourist Guide online!