The Best Landmarks in Montreal

Handpicked Top 3 Landmarks in Montreal, QC. Our 50-Point Inspection includes everything from checking reviews, ratings, reputation, history, complaints, satisfaction, trust and cost to the general excellence. You deserve only the best!


280 Notre-Dame East Street, Montreal, QC H2Y 1C5

Since 1705

Museum, Collections, Exhibitions, Garden, Activities, Educational Programs, Services and Rentals, Fundraising Events, Program of Activities, Guided Tours, Children's Birthday Party, School Programs, Room Rentals, Wedding, Boutique, Historical Monument, Governor's House, Architectural Landscape, Indoor & Outdoor Restorations

Free Admission: 4 years old and younger - 20% Discount On Regular Admission: Access Montréal Card + Gift, The Leanor and Alvin Segal Theatre, Orchestre Arion - It has greeted more than a million visitors

Price: Adults $11, Seniors (65 +) $10, Students $8.75, 5 to 17 Years Old $5.75 & Families (1 or 2 Adults and 3 Children) $26.50

October: Mon - Sun 10:00 am - 5:30 pm November - June: Tue - Sun 10:00 am - 4:30 pm Mon Closed

This is, I think, one of the best museums in which to get a feel for the early history of Montreal up to early 20th century. The building itself was the residence of early colonial governors including both French and English. There are many displays of artifacts and models, and the paneled room is exquisite. When finished with the museum, you will find yourself on a square which has lots of cute sidewalk cafes and shops, and centrally located to many of the cities original government buildings.

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350 St-Paul Street East, Montreal, QC H2Y 1H2

Since 1847

Landmark, Historical Places, Architectural Buildings, Banquets, Trade Fairs, Launches, Meetings, Weddings and Press Conferences, Tourist Attractions, Meeting Room, Exhibitions, Outdoor Cafés, Restaurants, Concert Hall & Banquet Hall

The market's design was influenced by Dublin's Customs House - Construction of this Palladian style building and was designed by British architect William Footner and alterations completed in 1860 by Irish-born Montreal architect George Browne

Mon - Sun 10:00 am - 6:00 pm

I recently attended a chocolate extravaganza at the Bonsecours market. My first visit to the market was very enjoyable. Walking inside the building is fun with stores located on both sides of the entrance. The main floor has a variety of stores, tourist type, as well as clothing, jewelry and such. Washrooms are available on the main floor as well. The day I was there, there as also a chocolate market located up the stairs on the second level. We attended a tasting on the basement level.

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859 Sherbrooke Street West, Montreal, QC H3A 0C4

Since 1882

Museum, Summer Amps, All After- School Groups, Language Schools, Tour Bus and Excursion Groups, Guided Tours, Exhibits, Group Visits and Schools, Teacher Resources, Special Events, Discovery Workshops, Collections & Curators

Free Admission for Children - The museum currently holds extensive collections in the fields of paleontology, zoology, mineralogy and world cultures (ethnology) - It has several research labs and a Victorian teaching auditorium

Price: $10 per Adult & $20 per Family

Mon - Fri 9:00 am - 5:00 pm Sun 11:00 am - 5:00 pm Sat Closed

It will take you only 1-2 hours to visit (if you read everything). The museum has several floors, but they are small. It's full of different things. You'll find some amazing minerals and stones, large collection of sea shells, some stuffed animals, upper floor is a kinda a cat walk, with different things on the walls. But the reason we'd visit it is the dinosaurs! You can't find any Dino in Montreal (except if there's a temporary exposition). Redpath has few of them, not much but fun for kids.

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