The McCord Museum is the museum of all Montrealers, a social history museum that celebrates life in Montreal, both past and present–its history, its people, and its communities. Open to the city and the world, the Museum produces exciting exhibitions and offers educational and cultural activities that engage visitors from Montreal, Canada and beyond by offering a contemporary perspective on history. It is home to over 1.5 million artefacts, comprising one of the largest historical collections in North America, organized into the following departments: Dress, Fashion and Textiles, Photography, Indigenous Cultures, Paintings, Prints and Drawings, Decorative Arts, and Textual Archives. McCord Museum: Our People, Our Stories.
Ballet Hop! offers ballet classes and training that is uncomplicated, inclusive and unpretentious. Classes developed by certified ballet teachers and kinesiologists, perfect for those who prefer surpassing themselves, friendship and good energy over competition. Whether it is with it’s “Sans Chichis” signature class that offers a happy mix of group training and ballet technique, it’s training classes that work the whole body of our Sunday ballerinas or it’s ballet technique classes for different levels, the chances are very high that you will find your own way! Welcome to your #ballerinedudimanche gang!
Observatoire Place Ville-Marie
Nestled in the heart of Montreal’s business district, on the 46th floor of an emblematic tower, Observatoire Place Ville Marie offers a breathtaking view of our metropolis and its main attractions. Live a unique experience more than 185 meters above the ground. Its inspiring space, its 360° panoramic view, its incomparable oversized windows, its spacious terrace on the 44th floor that vibrates to the rhythm of Montreal’s 4 seasons and its central location makes Observatoire Place Ville Marie a must.
Le Jardin d'Antoine
Welcome to Auberge Le jardin d’Antoine We welcome you in our 3 stars 25 rooms hotel located on St.Denis street (corner of Ontario st.) since 1990. You will surely appreciate hotel location that allow you to discoiver easily our beautiful city. A continental buffet breakfast and Wifi are included in our room rates.
We look forward to welcome you.
Ideally located within walking distance from the Place des Arts, Boxotel is an eco-friendly boutique-hotel that offers modern and smart room fully equipped as well as an amazing roof top terrace with a great view of downtown Montreal. Capsa Restaurant will welcome you for breakfast and brunch all day from 7 am to 4 pm. Come live the Boxotel experience and relax in the hotel spa. The Boxotel team is looking forward to welcoming you !
Trylon Appartements Hotel
Located in the heart of downtown Montreal, Trylon Appartements Hotel is only a five-minute walk away from Place-des-Arts metro station. The building is right beside the Entertainment District, host of internationally recognized events like the International Jazz Festival or the Just For Laughs festival, so you’ll find yourself in an original and amusing place. Animated by tourists and locals, it’s situated in Montreal’s most vibrant and dynamic neighborhood.
All apartments are fit with a kitchen, a free Wi-Fi connection as well as a cable TV. A work desk, coffee and tea equipment are also available to anyone who would like to work from the apartment hotel. A self-service laundry room is available at your convenience.Let the gym, the sauna and the beautiful indoor heated pool enrich your stay at Trylon, whether it is to workout or decompress. The rooftop terrasse is perfect to witness one of Montreal’s best Downtown view during warmer months. A private lounge allowing to work, relax or even organise events is also at your disposition.
Plateau Mont-Royal is an amazing neighborhood for travellers. It has got a unique, warm and friendly atmosphere that you can’t find anywhere else in Montreal.
Two carnivorous and a vegetarian restaurant
It was by chance that in 2004, we(Eric and Pascal) bought a vegetarian restaurant. At that time, we were meat lovers! However, we understood that we had to reduce our meat consumption to continue to appreciate it fully. Two carnivorous and vegetarian restaurant, where will this lead us?
The Lola Rosa’s story is one of awareness and questioning the principles inculcated from our childhood. With a good dose of openness and learning comes acceptance to face the obvious; after 13 years, we have reduced our meat consumption by more than 90%
Casse-Croûte des Jardins Gamelin
Drink and have a snack with friends and family
Weither it’s for lunch, during the 5 to 7 or on weekends, enjoy a choice of dishes made with seasonal products from Quebec. On the terrace, come and quench your thirst and enjoy meals inspired by snack bar specially revisited for the Jardins Gamelin. A children’s menu and vegetarian options are also available.
The snack bar is run by Dominic St-Laurent and his team.
Monday to Friday: 11 am to 11 pm
Saturday and Sunday: 9 am to 11 pm
Candlewood Suites Montreal located in the heart of Downtown Montreal , close to the Old Ports, Place des Arts and Sainte Catherine Street . We specialize in extended stays with our fully equipped kitchens including a full refrigerator, stove with oven, dishwasher, microwave, and all the kitchen amenities required to feel at home.
Montreal Museum of Fine Arts
Société de transport de Montréal
The Société de transport de Montréal (STM) is the company that operates public transit in Montréal, including the metro and bus service. It was formally created in 2002 to replace the Société de Transport de la Communauté Urbaine de Montréal following the municipal merger of Montréal. Today, the company operates 4 underground train lines comprising 68 stations, 186 bus lines and 23 night bus lines.
Musée d'art contemporain de Montréal
Summer opened at the MAC with Rebecca Belmore’s exhibition: Braver the Monumental. Her work sensitively addresses the pressing issues of our time: the land, the situation of women and the continuing violence against Indigenous peoples.
This exhibition is organized by the Art Gallery of Ontario and curated by WandaNanibush, curator of Aboriginal art. The presentation at the MAC is organized by Lesley Johnstone, curator and head of exhibitions and education.