Once a residential avenue, this commercial street is home to the Greek community, its restaurants and pastry shops.
This former bourgeois home of the early 20th-century houses a history museum and a centre for the visual arts.
This museum is devoted to the history of Montréal’s industry and labour.
Indigenous fauna and flora can be observed in their own natural habitats.
Built in 1865, this church is also linked to a Centre de créativité where shows and exhibitions are held.
This neo-gothic church also houses the Chapel of Hope, dedicated to AIDS victims.
This studio-boutique exhibits the work of glass artists and offers guided tours of its studio and workshops.
Throughout the summer, a rich and varied program enlivens the Olympic Park Esplanade.
It’s the most important Canadian museum of its kind, with a collection of more than 160 cars.
The Museum of Costume and Textile of Québec expresses through its collection and exhibitions the cultural diversity of Québec society.