Hommage à Eiffel by French sculptor César Baldaccini, and Shadows II by Catalan artist Jaume Plensa.
This full-round bronze sculpture by Annick Bourgeau shows the hockey great in action, wearing sweater no. 9 of the Montréal Canadiens.
The 15-storey office tower houses the headquarters of the International Civil Aviation Organization.
A giant screen, large format films of unparalleled quality and a sound system with a capacity of 36,000 watts.
This beautiful work of art was the first to be sponsored and installed in the metro, in Place-des-Arts station.
Plaza St-Hubert is one of Montréal’s key commercial arteries and home to some 400 boutiques situated between Bellechasse and Jean-Talon Streets.
This creation and performance centre presents an exciting variety of innovative shows, festive events, and contemporary circus-related exhibitions.
La Vitrine showcases the full range of Greater Montréal's cultural scene in a single location.
A pick-your-own orchard whose offerings include over 25 fruit varieties.
It played a major role in the city’s development and can now be explored by bike or foot.
Have a look at Tourisme Montréal's official Tourist Guide online!