Founded in 1821, this university has a campus comprising more than 80 buildings over 80 acres of land.
This beautiful 75 hectare garden boasts more than 22,000 varieties of plants regrouped under different themes.
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.
Set within the Bell Centre, this museum presents the historical moments of a club that has roused crowds since 1909.
The building’s architecture reflects Montréal’s multi-facetted personality: modern, historical and festive.
Artefacts, photographs and documents testify to the Holocaust and to the devastation brought on by prejudice.
Discover the fascinating world of insects through this collection of thousands of live and preserved species.
This passport is a practical and inexpensive way to enjoy all the culture Montréal has to offer, at your own pace.
A creative and contemporary approach to exhibitions puts science and technology on display in a refreshing manner.
The Space for Life comprises the Biodôme, Insectarium, Botanical Garden, and Planetarium.
Have a look at Tourisme Montréal's official Tourist Guide online!