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Montreal Attraction Pass
"Pick up your passeport MTL at La Vitrine culturelle and soak up tons of culture history and more by flashing it at the following Montréal attractions. Attractions included: Au Sommet Place Ville Marie Bateau-Mouche (60 minutes cruises) at the Old Port Biodôme – Space for Life Casino de Mon Museum and Historic Site McCord Museum Botanical Garden – Space for Life (including entrance to the Insectarium) Insectarium – Space for Life  (including entrance to Botanical garden) Musée d’art contemporain Montréal Museum of History and Archaeology Rio Tinto Alcan Planetarium – Space for Life Stewart Museum Montreal Museum of Fine Arts Montreal Tower / Olympic Park Voiles en voiles (two hours of unlimited access"""Experience Montreal's Joie de vivre by visiting it's 23 must-see touristic and cultural attractions within a 72-hour period. This city pass does double duty for visitors: not only does it allow them to save money at major Montreal attractions but it makes getting around the city easier with a built-in chip that gives unlimited access to public transportation
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Montreal McCord Museum Admission and Guided Tour
"With its modern interactive approach to celebrating life in Montreal both past and present the McCord Museum reflects a city open to the world. The McCord is the ideal place to explore Montreal’s history over the years through its key places the heritage of Canada’s First Peoples and the achievements and creativity of Montrealers. The McCord Museum is home to one of the largest historical collections in North America totaling more than 1.4 million artifacts. It presents exciting exhi and the social and cultural dimensions of the lives of those connected to the city.Visit the museum for fun educational and cultural activities including city walking tours and tours with digital devices."
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Montreal Attraction Pass
"Pick up your passeport MTL at La Vitrine culturelle and soak up tons of culture history and more by flashing it at the following Montréal attractions. Attractions included: Au Sommet Place Ville Marie Bateau-Mouche (60 minutes cruises) at the Old Port Biodôme – Space for Life Casino de Mon Museum and Historic Site McCord Museum Botanical Garden – Space for Life (including entrance to the Insectarium) Insectarium – Space for Life  (including entrance to Botanical garden) Musée d’art contemporain Montréal Museum of History and Archaeology Rio Tinto Alcan Planetarium – Space for Life Stewart Museum Montreal Museum of Fine Arts Montreal Tower / Olympic Park Voiles en voiles (two hours of unlimited access"""Experience Montreal's Joie de vivre by visiting it's 23 must-see touristic and cultural attractions within a 72-hour period. This city pass does double duty for visitors: not only does it allow them to save money at major Montreal attractions but it makes getting around the city easier with a built-in chip that gives unlimited access to public transportation
From CAD109.00

More Local Customs in Montreal

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Mundo Lingo - language exchange nights

If you are new in town and planning to stay a while, or even if you're just here for a short trip, Mundo Lingo is always a fun activity. It's a language exchange night that brings together locals,...
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Montreal's Italian Week

In mid-August, there is an Italian cultural festival happening on St Laurent below Jean-Talon (the area is known as Little Italy). part of St Laurent is blocked off for pedestrians, and there are...
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Public pianos

In some neighbourhoods (especially hip and artsy ones like the Plateau Mont Royal and Mile End), there are pianos outside in the summer for anyone who wants to play music. Many of these are painted in...
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Alcohol info

The legal drinking age here is 18, and that goes for both buying alcohol and going to bars. Believe it or not, you can buy beer and wine in regular supermarkets and dépanneurs (convenience stores) -...
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July 1 - Moving Day

July 1 isn't just Canada Day in Quebec. Most apartment leases in Quebec end/renew on July 1, so this day is unofficially known as "Moving Day". There is history behind the reason many leases end/renew...
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Poutine - fast food, Quebec-style

Poutine is a major item of Quebec cuisine, and everyone needs to try it at least once when visiting Montreal. It is made with fries, cheese curds, and gravy, and it's absolutely delicious. For the...
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Street fairs in the summer

Every summer, there are several street fairs and sidewalk sales happening. They are in different parts of the city (depending on which week/weekend), mostly high-traffic areas with a lot of...
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Outside stairs

There are outside stairs everywhere.A 19th-century law in an attemp to securesome greenery for the city stipulated that a greenspace be left in front of buildings.This left less room on the lot for...
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CORDE A LINGE / washing line

La corde a linge fait partie du paysage urbain.Il faut parcourir les ruelles de certains quartiers pour y découvrir de vraies oeuvres d'art.Washing lineDon't hesitate to walk thrue the "ruelles" of...
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Come to "La cabane a sucre"

Each march, every Quebecers need sugar to help them finish the very long winter. And what better way then going to a "sugar shack" and celebrate spring arrival. As soon as the moon is right, or the...
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Ice Skating Under the Stars

If you're looking for something to do on a cold day or evening head to the Bonsecours Basin for ice skating. You can skate to music on a surface that is one and a half times bigger than a regular ice...
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Molson Breweries

Canadian's drink a lot of beer and Molson Canadian is one of the more popular brands for sure brewed in Montreal.Unfortunately the Coors company now own a lot of this company so its hard to say if its...
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Mambo Italiano

Long before I ever moved to Montreal there was an hilarious play here called "Mambo Italiano". It was autobiographical in nature, written about the [gay] screenwriter's life growing up in an Italian...
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If your interested in learning our culture...

For those really interested in understanding the people here, I STRONGLY suggets this book: 'Une enfance Bleu-Blanc-Rouge'It's a collection of short stories that are related to hockey, for sure, but...
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Top Hotels in Montreal

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1228 Sherbrooke West, Montreal, Quebec, H3G 1H6, Canada
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1425 rue de la Montagne, Montreal, Quebec, H3G 1Z3, Canada
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1193 Place Phillips, Montreal, Quebec, H3B 3C9, Canada
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414 Rue Saint Sulpice, Montreal, Quebec, H2Y 2V5, Canada
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449 Sainte-Helene, Montreal, Quebec, H2Y 2K9, Canada
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447 St.-Francois Xavier, Montreal, Quebec, H2Y 2T1, Canada
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Top Things to Do in Montreal

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Old Montreal

Old Montreal is one of the most beautiful places in the city. It's filled with old buildings, cobblestone streets, etc from way back in the early days when Canada was being colonized by the French....
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Mont-Royal

Mount Royal is the hill standing to the west above downtown Montreal. Volcanic in origin, like the other Monteregian Hill sitting out isolated to the east above the St Lawrence Lowlands, monadnocks...
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Downtown

Montreal's Underground Mall is the set of interconnected complexes above and below ground, in and around Downtown Montreal.. It is the largest underground complex in the world. Not all portions of...
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Basilique Notre-Dame de Montréal

This is the heart of French-speaking Catholicism in Montreal. The church facing the Place d’Armes dates to 1672 and served as the first cathedral of the Diocese of Montreal 1821-1822. Too small, the...
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Space for Life - Biodôme

The Biodome de Montreal is probably the most premiere family tourist attraction in Montreal. It is housed in the old velodrome that was used in 1976 Summer Olympic where it hosted cycling and judo...
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Chinatown

Chinatown is in the downtown area, close to Place D'Armes metro. It's not super-huge, but it's nice and charming. Most of the store signs and posters are in Chinese, and in most places, Chinese is the...
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Top 5 Montreal Writers

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"Bienvenue a Montreal! (Welcome!!!)"
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nicolettart

"A Wonderful Winter Weekend!"
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etrehumain

"Fall in love with Montréal..."
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Jim_Eliason

"Montreal"
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Dabs

"Montreal"
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