Île-des-Moulins is an historic site that includes five restored mid-19th century buildings bearing witness to the area’s vibrant industrial heritage.
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.
It played a major role in the city’s development and can now be explored by bike or foot.
The Avenue is renowned for its selection of gourmet food shops and designer fashion and home accessories boutiques.
This 51-storey building contains an indoor skating rink open year-round and set inside a domed, sky-lit hall.
Made of granite and glass, the building is renowned for its distinctive shape and the curvature of its east wall.
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