Atwater Market

Clearly visible thanks to its clock tower near the Lachine Canal bicycle path, the Atwater Market is a popular destination. City-dwellers come for the fresh products and specialty shops, local fruits and vegetables during the summer, flower and plants in the spring.

138 Atwater Avenue
Montréal Québec
H4C 2G3
514 937-7754

Olympic Park — The Montréal Tower

A bold architectural creation, the Stade olympique was originally built for the 1976 Olympic Games. Today you can ride the funicular to the Observatory atop of the world’s tallest inclined tower, where you’ll get a breathtaking view of Montréal and its surroundings extending for miles in every direction. Take a guided tour of the stadium and unearth the secrets and stories of a landmark building that’s a masterpiece of modern engineering.

3200 Viau Street
Montréal Québec
H1V 3J3

The Montréal Museum of Fine Arts

The Montréal Museum of Fine Arts, located in downtown Montréal, is known for its exciting programming year after year. Visit one of the largest and most comprehensive collections in North America, ranging from Old Masters to contemporary decorative arts and consisting of more than 33,000 objects.

1380 Sherbrooke Street West
Montréal Québec
H3G 1J5

Jean-Talon Market

7070, avenue Henri-Julien
Montréal ( Québec ) H2S 3S3

The market is open year-round, even during Montreal’s severe winters, although during this time walls are placed around the central section of the market while outdoor areas remain vacant. During the peak summer period, between May and October, its open-air arcades are occupied by about 300 vendors, mostly farmers from the countryside around Montreal.

The open air market is surrounded by other food businesses: meat, fish and cheese stores, bulk food emporia, dealers in spices and imported goods, bakeries, restaurants.