Sometimes known as Parc des Iles, these two man-made islands in the St. Lawrence River were created for Expo '67. They ... More
Jean Drapeau Park
Sometimes known as Parc des Iles, these two man-made islands in the St. Lawrence River were created for Expo '67. They feature hiking, biking and roller blade paths (on the Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve, site of the Montreal Grand Prix), recreational facilities and secluded picnic spots for the entire family. Other attractions include La Ronde amusement park, summer fireworks, the Casino de Montreal, the Stewart Museum and the Biosphere. Outdoor concerts, like the Vans Warped Tour, are on tap during the summer.
Lots of green space accessible by metro.
This park gives you a chance to discover a quieter side of the city. It's best to go there during the summer.
Each summer Sundays, an electronic music "picnic" occurs near the metro station.
The cultural and social heart of the western Plateau , this beautiful park is centered around a magnificent fountain. The
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Located at one of the busiest intersections in the city, this international Tourist Information Center serves as a one stop
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Montreal Biodôme is a science center and ecological zoo that is home to four distinct ecosystems: a lush Tropical Forest,
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