We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers:
Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
  • Sort by:
  • Ranking
  • Book Online
#5 of 49 Nature & Parks in Montreal
Great area that has lots for kids to do (splash park, concerts going on, people watching, etc) that was also great for adults.
We were from out of town so it was $15 to park unless you prepaid which would have been $12.
1 Way to experience it
#8 of 49 Nature & Parks in Montreal
Sail in tranquility on the canal, stroll or ride your bike along its banks, enjoy picnics in the park and a variety of urban offerings along the way.
You can go to the end of the Canal and then cycle around through the suburb of Verdun back to the city along the St. Laurence with some lovely parks to ride through.
2 Ways to experience it
#9 of 49 Nature & Parks in Montreal
And down along the St. Lawrence River waterfront, at the Vieux Port (Old Port), which is undergoing a remarkable transformation, with zip line parks that look like pirate ships, trendy restaurants, the glittering...
There are a lot of shops, restaurants and art stores throughout the streets... On the "Boardwalk" you're able to park (C$25) and explore... Rent bikes (8 think is was C$5 an hour...) or peddle boats on the water (...
8 Ways to experience it
#10 of 49 Nature & Parks in Montreal
- Water Park for swimming and fun pool activities - Music Festivals - check what's on first - Wonderful Geo Exhibition which is interactive and great fun for kids - Japanese garden.
The french present is the dome that is amazing in architecture, also in content, visit this place, during summer they have concerts in the park also you can visit the grand prix and casino.
#19 of 49 Nature & Parks in Montreal
Across from the park sits the green-domed Basilique Marie Riene Du Monde, a handsome knockoff of St Paul’s Cathedral in Rome, which was very lovely in a simple and understated way – especially for Catholics.
Bordered by René Lévesque Boulevard to the south, Peel Street to the west, Metcalfe Street to the east and Dorchester Square Street to the north you will see: In the park: Statue /Monuments - Tribute to Sir Wilfri...
2 Ways to experience it
#22 of 49 Nature & Parks in Montreal
This is a beautiful park with a couple of memorials in it and is right next to the Cathedral.
Here for the Fall colors and visited the Cathedral and Anglican churches adjoining the park.
#24 of 49 Nature & Parks in Montreal
... sure to get here early and reserve your picnic spots Families arrive early and spend the day enjoying sand and sun very centrally located so can be accessed by car or metro !enjoy you day at this beautiful Park !
Just walk and have fun, this park has a lot to do.....rest and walk, is fun to go there they offer shows during summer and the place is refreshing.
#26 of 49 Nature & Parks in Montreal
1 Way to experience it
#36 of 49 Nature & Parks in Montreal