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Why Montréal’s parks and public spaces are a great place to park it

Because many Montrealers don’t have backyards, green and public spaces are a big deal here, especially in the long, languid days of summer. They offer excellent spots to chill, converge, and often take in some fun extras like music, markets and theatre. Read on for where to get more of a Montréal summer’s one-of-a-kind al fresco entertainment. Shakespeare in the Park – Just bring a lawn chair or blanket and soak up the beautiful language of the Bard. For the past 26 years, Repercussion Theatre has been staging Shakespeare’s plays for free in parks across the city. Each year, they inspire a love of the language of Shakespeare, through sonnets, speeches, soliloquies and solid acting. The production for summer 2015 is Twelfth Night: Or What You Will. Yours to enjoy, under the twinkling firmament. McCord Museum Urban Forest – Say what? You read that right: urban forest. And what you’ll wander through is a flora and fauna of food trucks, pianos picnic tables and, of course, people, all downtown, on Victoria Street, between Sherbrooke Street West and President-Kennedy Avenue. Until September 27, you can sample delectable dishes from food trucks during the week, plus learn how to dance swing two… / Read More →

The Passeport MTL: a city pass that lets you save big at 14 major Montréal attractions

Following in the footsteps of other major North American and European cities, Tourisme Montréal will be launching the brand-new Passeport MTL pilot project during the month of June. The new city pass does double duty for visitors: not only does it allow them to save money at major Montréal attractions (up to 44% off the price of single tickets), but it makes getting around the city easier with built-in bus and metro fares. Two versions of the pass are available: the 24-hour pass at a cost of $64, and the 72-hour pass for $109. Discover major Montréal must-sees The Passeport MTL includes the price of admission for one adult (18 years and older) to a total of 14 of major city attractions. Pass holders can soak up tons of culture, history and more by flashing their pass at the following Montréal attractions: Montreal Museum of Fine Arts Pointe-à-Callière, Montréal Museum of History and Archaeology McCord Museum Grévin Montreal Museum (wax museum) Bateau-Mouche (cruises) at the Old Port Croisières AML (riverboat cruises) Casino de Montréal Saint Joseph’s Oratory of Mount Royal Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal Biodôme – Space for Life Botanical Garden – Space for Life Insectarium – Space for Life Rio… / Read More →

Sail the High Seas at Pointe-à-Callière

Travel back in time and live the swashbuckling, adventurous life of pirates and sailors of New France at Pointe-à-Callière Museum’s Pirates or Privateers?, a hands-on exhibition for families and kids 6 to 12 years old…

Pointe-à-Callière looks at the Lives and Times of the Plateau

While Old Montreal’s cobblestone streets and 18th-century buildings offer a picturesque glimpse of the city’s roots, the surrounding neighbourhoods have their own historically significant stories to tell and impressive architecture to match. Lives and Times of the Plateau, a new exhibition at the Pointe-à-Callière history and archaeology museum, illuminates the colourful nooks and crannies of over 200 years of everyday life, industry and creativity in the Plateau neighbourhood…

Guide to Museums in Montreal

There’s a reason Montreal feels like such a cultural town – with international caliber art programs in both English and French universities, plus rents cheap enough to need very little to live on, this is an artist’s mecca! So it’s only natural that there are practically as many museums are there are cafés…