1. Visit Old Montreal
A historic view of Montreal, Old Montreal is a well-preserved component of the town. Some of the things to enjoy in Old Montreal would be the Town Center, a Beach Area, and, of course, a walking area that showcases the beautiful historic architecture of Old Montreal.
2. The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts
The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts consists of 2 buildings, as well as an underground passageway connecting them, which also serves as an exhibit. This museum showcases contemporary pieces, both international and Canadian.
3. Montreal Botanical Gardens
Containing over 20,000 different plant species, this stunning garden is located near the Olympic Park.
4. Watch a Play at Parc Lafontaine
At Parc Lafontaine they offer free performances for your viewing pleasure. Be sure not to miss out on this great opportunity to see fine theater at no cost to you.
5. Shop at the Bonsecours Market
The Bonsecours Market offers many finer attractions, such as terraces, Restaurants, and showcasing of local art. This open air market is a must-see in Montreal.
6. Take a Stroll down the Boardwalk
Beautiful Sea vessels are docked nearby, and can be enjoyed from the Boardwalk.
7. The Silophone
At first glance, one might take the Silophone to be an ordinary Grain Silo. But after stepping inside, you would realize it is actually a silo that was converted into an acoustical chamber, equipped with thousands of speakers and microphones.
8. Chapelle Notre-Dame-de-Bon-Secours
Montreal’s oldest church, Chapelle Notre-Dame-de-Bon-Secours can be enjoyed for a nominal fee.
This museum offers a great introduction to the history of Montreal. An example of some exhibits are the remains of an 18th century sewage system, and artifacts found at a cemetery from 1643.
10. Find Your own attractions!
Montreal offers countless activities, and it’s up to you to find out the ones that suit you best. So go out there and find what YOU want to do in Montreal.