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1. Marguerite-Bourgeoys Museum and Notre-Dame-de-Bon-Secours Chapel

The Chapel and the Museum display objects related to the early beginnings of the colony in the 17th century.

Type: History
Neighbourhood: Old Montréal and Old Port
2. Mary Queen of the World Cathedral

This major religious heritage building features a superb gilded neo-baroque baldachin and a collection of paintings.

Type: Churches and cemeteries
Neighbourhood: Downtown
3. McCord Museum

Home to the finest historical collections, the museum contains a wealth of information on Canadian history.

Type: History
Neighbourhood: Downtown
4. McGill College Avenue

This large avenue, lined with modern buildings, shops and cafés, offers a stunning view of Mount Royal.

Type: Streets and squares
Neighbourhood: Downtown
5. McGill University

Founded in 1821, this university has a campus comprising more than 80 buildings over 80 acres of land.

Type: Buildings
Neighbourhood: Downtown
6. Montréal Alouettes

Deeply rooted in the history of Montréal and Québec, the Montréal Alouettes football team was founded in 1946.

Type: Professional sports
Neighbourhood: Downtown
7. Montréal Botanical Garden – Space for Life

This beautiful 75 hectare garden boasts more than 22,000 varieties of plants regrouped under different themes.

Type: Science and Nature
Neighbourhood: Hochelaga-Maisonneuve
8. Montreal Canadiens

The National Hockey League’s Montréal Canadiens, 24-time winners of the Stanley Cup, play their home games at the Bell Centre, which is open to visitors.

Type: Professional sports
Neighbourhood: Downtown
9. Montreal Canadiens Hall of Fame

Set within the Bell Centre, this museum presents the historical moments of a club that has roused crowds since 1909.

Type: History
Neighbourhood: Downtown
10. Montréal Convention Centre (Palais des congrès de Montréal)

The building’s architecture reflects Montréal’s multi-facetted personality: modern, historical and festive.

Type: Convention centre
Neighbourhood: Downtown
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