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1. La Vitrine culturelle de Montréal (Montréal's Cultural Window)

La Vitrine showcases the full range of Greater Montréal's cultural scene in a single location.

Type: Performing arts
Neighbourhood: Downtown
2. Lachine Canal National Historic Site of Canada

It played a major role in the city’s development and can now be explored by bike or foot.

Type: Multi-recreational sites
Neighbourhood: Pôle des Rapides and Griffintown
3. Laurier Avenue East
Type: Streets and squares
Neighbourhood: Plateau Mont-Royal and Mile End
4. Laurier Avenue West

 

The Avenue is renowned for its selection of gourmet food shops and designer fashion and home accessories boutiques.

Type: Streets and squares
Neighbourhood: Mount Royal and Outremont
5. Le 1000 De La Gauchetière

This 51-storey building contains an indoor skating rink open year-round and set inside a domed, sky-lit hall.

Type: Buildings
Neighbourhood: Downtown
6. Le 1250 Boulevard René-Lévesque

Made of granite and glass, the building is renowned for its distinctive shape and the curvature of its east wall.

Type: Buildings
Neighbourhood: Downtown
7. Leonard & Bina Ellen Art Gallery, Concordia University

This gallery features contemporary art from Québec, Canada and other parts of the world.

Type: Art
Neighbourhood: Downtown
8. Les amis de la montagne

Les amis de la montagne protects and enhances Mount Royal through community involvement and environmental education.

Type: Science and Nature
Neighbourhood: Mount Royal and Outremont
9. Les Chuchoteuses by Rose-Aimée Bélanger

This bronze sculpture of three women completely absorbed in conversation often attracts passersby, who enjoy taking pictures of and with the trio.

Type: Public art
Neighbourhood: Old Montréal and Old Port
10. Les grandes formes qui dansent by Marcelle Ferron

The stained glass of this work splashes pools of coloured light onto the platforms of Champ-de-Mars station.

Type: Public art
Neighbourhood: Old Montréal and Old Port
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