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  • 1. Christ Church Cathedral


    The seat of the Anglican (Episcopalian) bishop of Montréal offers downtown shoppers and strollers a respite from the hustle and bustle of rue Ste-Catherine, with...Read More

  • 2. Casino de Montréal

    The Islands

    You have to be at least 18 to visit Montréal's government-owned casino, but you don't have to be a gambler. The casino is currently home...Read More

  • 3. Cathédrale Marie-Reine-du-Monde


    The best reason to visit this cathedral is that it's a quarter-scale replica of St. Peter's Basilica in Rome—complete with a magnificent reproduction of Bernini's...Read More

  • 4. Chapelle Notre-Dame-de-Lourdes

    Latin Quarter

    Artist and architect Napoléon Bourassa called his work here l'oeuvre de mes amours, or a labor of love—and it shows. He designed the little Byzantine-style...Read More

  • 5. Church of St. Andrew and St. Paul


    Montréal's largest Presbyterian church—sometimes affectionately called the A&P—is worth a visit, if only to see the glorious stained-glass window of the risen Christ that dominates...Read More

  • 6. Fondation PHI pour l'art contemporain

    Old Montréal

    Housed in two heritage buildings, this nonprofit organization aims to showcase compelling contemporary art from around the world. The Foundation presents two to three major...Read More

  • 7. Galerie Blanc

    The Village

    Blanc is an open-air art gallery whose mission is to bring the general public closer to art. Open 24/7, rain, snow, or shine, exhibitions showcase...Read More

  • 8. Lac aux Castors

    Parc du Mont-Royal

    Mont-Royal's single body of water, actually a reclaimed bog, is a great place for kids (and parents) to float model boats or rent a rowboat...Read More

  • 9. Marché Bonsecours

    Old Montréal

    You can't buy fruits and vegetables in the Marché Bonsecours anymore, but you can view an exhibit; shop for local fashions, crafts, and souvenirs in...Read More

  • 10. McGill University


    Merchant and fur trader James McGill would probably be horrified to know that the university that he helped found in 1828 has developed an international...Read More

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  • 11. Place de la Grande-Paix

    Old Montréal

    If you're looking for peace and quiet, the narrow strip of grass and trees on Place d'Youville just east of Place Royale is an appropriate...Read More

  • 12. Place Jacques-Cartier

    Old Montréal

    The cobbled square at the heart of Old Montréal is part carnival, part flower market, and part sheer fun. You can pause here to have...Read More

  • 13. Place Royale

    Old Montréal

    The oldest public square in Montréal, dating to the 17th century, was a market during the French regime and later became a Victorian garden....Read More

  • 14. Place-d'Armes

    Old Montréal

    When Montréal was under attack, citizens and soldiers would rally at Place-d'Armes, but these days the only rallying is done by tourists, lunching office workers,...Read More

  • 15. Square Dorchester and Place du Canada


    On sunny summer days you can join the office workers, store clerks, and Downtown shoppers who gather in these two green squares in the center...Read More

  • 16. Square Victoria

    Old Montréal

    Although Square Victoria officially lies within the Quartier International, or International District, Montrealers consider it a part of Old Montréal. The square nicely blends its...Read More

  • 17. St. George's Anglican Church


    This is possibly the prettiest Anglican (Episcopalian) church in Montréal. Step into its dim, candle-scented interior and you'll feel you've been transported to some prosperous...Read More

  • 18. St. Patrick's Basilica


    Built in 1847, this is one of the purest examples of the Gothic Revival style in Canada, with a high-vaulted ceiling glowing with green and...Read More

  • 19. Hôpital Général des Soeurs-Grises

    Old Montréal

    A few jagged stone walls are all that remain of Montréal's first general hospital. The ruins—which once formed the west wing and the transept of...Read More

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