Architect Henri-Maurice Perreault's magnificent 1872 structure is one of the city's most beautiful and famous. View the ... More
Architect Henri-Maurice Perreault's magnificent 1872 structure is one of the city's most beautiful and famous. View the exterior either from Notre Dame Street or from Champ-de-Mars, the pleasant patch of greenspace to the north where Montreal's original fortifications once stood. The striking marble Hall of Honour, which is usually open to the public, contains portraits of every Montreal mayor: revered Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau lay in state here in 2001. Other historical events have included Charles de Gaulle's vive le Quebec libre gaffe in 1967, delivered from the imposing balcony.
This museum and exhibition hall is dedicated to raising environmental and ecological awareness among its visitors. Housed in the world's
largest geodesic dome, which is one of few remaining structures from the Expo's, it offers four levels of guided ...
The historic city center is rich in museums, shops, restaurants and grey stone architecture spread out along narrow, cobblestone streets.
It is also home to the Vieux Port attractions and lively public squares like Place Jacques Cartier. Exploring Old ...
Located at one of the busiest intersections in the city, this international Tourist Information Center serves as a one stop
facility for visitors. Here you can get tourist information on everything from travel planning, hotel reservations and car rentals ...