Montreal is a vibrant city with a host of activities and attractions offered in the summer! Here are just a few of the more popular and stellar attractions to see on your visit!
Montreal Nature Museums Biodome: is a facility located at Olympic Park in Montreal that allows visitors to walk through replicas of four ecosystems found in the Americas.
Olympic Tower Observatory Tower: At 165 metres, the Montréal Tower is the tallest inclined tower in the world!
St-Joseph’s Oratory: Montreal’s renowned St-Joseph’s Oratory was founded by Brother André in 1904, and is considered Canada's largest church.
Casino de Montréal: Canada's largest casino offers a full range of entertainement including shows, bars, lounges, with new gaming options. Open 24/7, the Casino is entirely smoke-free.
Old Montreal / Old Port Of Montreal: The Old port is a central attraction in Montreal and hosts a number of cultural festivals throughout the year.
Montreal Science Centre: Located in the Old Port the Science Center hosts the IMAX theater, and surprising exhibitions that allow visitors to explore, learn, and understand through interactive means.
Montreal Museum of Fine Arts: Located steps from McGill University this museum hosts a collection of works that combine many artistic disciplines (fine arts, music, film, fashion & design). Visit the website to see upcoming exhibitions!
Mount Royal Observatory: Minutes from McGill University this beautiful lookout area not only offers a spectacular view of Montreal but can be reached by walking, biking, or even taking the car/bus! Visit Mount Royal on Sundays and experience Tam-Tams, a gathering of drummers, dancers and vendors for free!
Jean Talon Market: Located in the heart of Little Italy, the Jean-Talon Market is one of the oldest markets in Montreal.
Place des Arts: Features an impressive program of music, theater, dance, opera, song, comedy and musicals. Visit the site for upcoming shows!
Biosphere: Exploring themes related to meteorology, climate, water and air quality the Biosphere is the only environment museum in North America!
La Ronde: Offering more than 40 rides and attractions, this Six Flags amusement park is sure to provide a fun-filled day!
Cat Cafés (Café Chat L'Heureux or Le Café des Chats): If you want to spend a relaxing time enjoying the company of cats while enjoying savory beverages and quality products visit the first ever cat cafés in North America!
For more information on all the Attractions Montreal has to offer visit tourism montreal
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