As an amusement park, it is Canada’s second largest. Originally constructed in 1967, this park is open from Mid-May till October. If travelling as a family, this attraction is one to visit. Children two and under are free.
For an afternoon of exploring, this public market is a great one to visit. As one of the oldest public markets in the city, it has more than 300 vendors that offer amazing specialities. Open all year-round, goods are sources local or regionally. From meat, veg, to flowers, there are lots of things to purchase.
Home to the 1976 Summer Olympics, this stadium is an iconic monument in the city. It was also a host for Montreal’s Expos, their former baseball team. The stadium is now being used to host special events and concerts in the city.