159 Saint-Antoine Street West, Montreal, Quebec H2Z 1H2
110 Notre-Dame Street West, Montreal, Quebec H2Y 1T1
Notre-Dame Basilica of Montréal is Montréal’s mother church and was the first Gothic Revival style church in Canada. Its history has been marked by the Sulpicians since its foundation and is inseparable from that of Montréal. It speaks to its Catholic roots and the eternal link between art and religion. The Basilica’s style was imitated by several parishes and marked a turning point in religious architectural tradition.
350 Place Royal, Old Montreal, Quebec H2Y 3Y5
Designated a national archaeological and historic site, Pointe-à-Callière presents centuries of history from the settlements of our First Peoples to the present day. Located on a spot occupied by humans for more than a thousand years and on the very site where Montréal was founded, the Museum is home to some remarkable architectural ruins that are showcased on site.
362 De La Commune Street East, Montreal, Quebec H2Y 0B4
La Grande Roue de Montréal — the tallest observation wheel in Canada — allows you to see the city and its surroundings from 60 meters in the air, the equivalent of a 20-storey building!
4101 Sherbrooke Street East, Montreal, Quebec H1X 2B2
350 St-Paul Street East, Old Montreal, Quebec H2Y 1H2
Inaugurated in 1847, Marché Bonsecours is acknowledged as one of Canada's ten finest heritage buildings and has become an essential stop on any visit to Old Montréal. Headquarters of the Conseil des métiers d'art du Québec (Québec Crafts Council), the Marché houses 15 boutiques featuring top-quality “made in Québec” creations: crafts, fashions, accessories and jewellery, design items, reproduction Quebec furniture and more.