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Rent bikes at Ca Roule Montreal (27 rue de la Commune Est), and bike along the Lachine Canal, past the old mills, warehouses and grain elevators that line the waterway. Along the ...
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In the heart of Little Italy, the Jean-Talon Market is one of the oldest public markets in Montreal. Known for its numerous local fruit and vegetable vendors as well as the ...
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Located on Sainte-Helene Island, La Ronde is the second-largest amusement park in Canada and is now part of the Six Flags brand. The park originally opened as part of Expo 67 and ...
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Near the Botanical Garden, in a former biking track used at the 1976 Summer Olympics, is the Biodome. The Biodome is home to five ecosystems, more than 7,000 animals across 270 ...
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With colorful indoor and outdoor displays to explore, the Montreal Botanical Gardens are a must-see for families. Start your tour inside the greenhouses, where Venus Fly Traps and ...
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At first glance, Montreal's Ghost Walk might seem like some canned tourist experience where you venture into a Haunted House and some guy with a sheet on his head yells "Boo!" On ...
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Included with admission to the Botanical Garden, Montreal's Insectarium delights children who take the time to notice the tiny insect life around them. In the Main Exhibition ...
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The Musee des Beaux-Arts, or the Museum of Fine Arts in English, is a beautiful art museum whose holdings have grown to almost 36,000 objects, including paintings, sculptures, ...
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Perched on a pier overlooking the St. Lawrence, the large glass-and-steel enclosed Science Center is a haven for anyone with a curiosity, whether you're 1 or 101. Venture inside ...
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Paris isn't the only home to a must-see Notre Dame. Built in 1656, Notre Dame Basilica is Montreal's oldest Catholic church. Located in the Old Quarter, kids will especially enjoy ...
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This is a great stop to make with kids to introduce them to the history of Montreal. It focuses on the early periods of Montreal's history and shows how the city grew from an ...
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See the stars and planets of the solar system like never before at this planetarium near the Biodome. Located at the Space for Life Montreal (the botanical gardens), the ...
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First, check out the narrow streets of Old Montreal. Have lunch at Le Jardin Nelson, saving room for the sinfully good banana chocolate dessert crepe. Then, shop at the many boutiques selling ...
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