Heading out to Montreal this summer and don’t want to miss the action? Check out our top 5 things to do this summer in the great city of Montreal!
Montreal Jazz Festival turns 35 this year!
You can’t miss Montreal Jazz Fesstival, Montreal’s second biggest event (after the Grand Prix) as it celebrates its 35th anniversary! The streets of Montreal are transformed into an international feast for your ears with close to 3 000 artists from around the globe. The best part … many of the shows are free!
Chill out and watch locals!
People-watching is one of Montrealers favourite pass-times, and what better way to enjoy the view than by sipping a cold one on a patio. Montreal boasts some pretty amazing spots!
– Recently renovated, Le Saint-Bock is home to Canada’s largest beer selection!
– Hotel Nelligan is THE quintessential spot to get that Old Montreal vibe!
– With spectacular views of the Lachine Canal, the St-Ambroise terrace is a great place to kick-back, watch a live performance and sip on a cold brewski!
– Terrasses Beausecours is four floors of terraces with stunning views of the Montreal and the river that turn into a unique open-concept dance club under the stars!
Looking for action?
Thrill-seekers head to Grand Prix Montreal as the whole city trembles with excitement. Vintage cars, dancers, live DJ sets, spectacular sights and sounds line the city streets all weekend long. Oh, and don’t forget the F1 race itself!
This one-of-a-kind shrine celebrates the history of hockey’s most storied franchise. Located in the Bell Centre, the Hall of Fame offers close to 10 000 square feet of rare, never-before-seen items and interactive content on Montreal’s sweetheart team.
Don’t miss this temporary exhibit at the Centre d’histoire de Montréal. Vice, Crime and Mortality in Montreal, 1940-1960 looks at how Montreal gained its reputation as being a city of pleasure, crime and illicit activities.