MONTREAL

For over a century and a half, Montreal was the industrial and financial centre of Canada. The variety of buildings included factories, elevators, warehouses, mills and refineries which today provide a legacy of historic and architectural interest, especially in the downtown area and the Old Port area. Montreal’s renowned duality Old World charm infused with North American energy lies
at it very heart. A visit here is an exciting and a truly cosmopolitan experience! A few of the choices include:

 

Biosphere is dedicated to raising environmental and ecological awareness among its visitors. The Connections Hall showcases multimedia presentations focusing on environmental protection; and the Visions Hall affords an incredible 360-degree view

of Montreal.
 

Centre d’histoire de Montreal offers students the key to discovering Montreal’s multiple identities. Both a museum and a centre dedicated to animating and disseminating history and heritage.
 

Insectarium de Montreal features a collection of more than 350,000 insects in a building designed to resemble an insect. Students will be able to walk through aviaries and living displays in 6 geographically themed areas.
 

Montreal Botanical Garden is one of the largest of its kind, home to over 22,000 plant species and roughly 30 exquisitely mapped out gardens.



Biodome is a unique opportunity in which students can experience the world’s ecosystems. This sphere will outline each of the different ecosystems that exist in the world today.

Montreal Tower (Olympic Stadium) Rising 575 feet into the sky and leaning out a 45-degree angle, this tower stands as the world's tallest inclined tower. A 2-story glassed-in cable car can whisk up 92 passengers at a time to the Tower's Observatory. There, you’ll be treated to a panoramic view that will amaze and awe-inspire you.
 

Montreal Museum of Fine Arts during the past 140 years this museum has assembled one of North America’s finest collections, totaling more than 30,000 objects. Here are exhibits including Canadian art, contemporary art, Inuit and Amerindian Art, European Masters, prints and drawings and decorative arts.
 

Place Jacques-Cartier this historic square in the heart of Vieux-Montreal is the venue for musicians, magicians and acrobats that entertain summer crowds. Find many different kinds of restaurants lining the square.
 

Saint Joseph's Oratory holding bells that were originally meant for the Eiffel Tower, St Joseph's Oratory is a spectacular landmark in Montreal.



​Museum of Contemporary Art is a spirited museum that houses a permanent collection of more than 5000 works of contemporary art. Its exhibits feature many media, from paintings and sculptures to more avant-garde installations. Features of the museum are 72 Borduas paintings and 80 Riopelle paintings.

Old Town Montreal with extensive redevelopment completed in 1992, Montréal's Old Port has grown into an animated parkland linking the city and the river, site of myriad artistic, heritage, recreational, nautical and sports activities.

Montreal's Underground City is the most famous aspect of shopping in Montreal. Located directly under the heart of the city and 19 miles long. This Underground City offers a huge range of goods and services as well as a handy way to get from place to place without weather or traffic problems.

Guided Tour of the Mont Royal Area, the city’s most enduring symbol and the jewel of Montreal’s city parks. This large greenspace occupies part of the mountain that lies in the midst of Montreal island immediately north of downtown, and includes the highest spot in the city.



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