Montreal

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Downtown
8 reviews
Montreal's most prestigious museum has been building its collection of fine arts for more than 150 years. — U.S. News & World Report
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Southwest & Outer Montréal
8 reviews
Each year some 2 million people from all over North America and beyond visit St. Joseph's Oratory. — Fodor's
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Old Montréal
7 reviews
Several Montréal museums provide a thorough history of the city, but none quite match the heft of this one. — Frommer's
8
Rosemont-La Petite-Patrie
5 reviews
Spread across 75 hectares (185 acres), Montréal’s Botanical Garden is a fragrant oasis all year round. — Frommer's
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Downtown
8 reviews
This showcase of modern Canadian and international art has eight galleries divided between past greats (since 1939) and exciting current developments. — Lonely Planet
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Vieux-Montreal (Old Montreal)
5 reviews
It’s hard to believe that Old Montréal is not really in old Europe. From the river, you can see the 19th-century Gothic Revival Notre-Dame Basilica and the gorgeous silver-domed Bonsecours Market. — Afar Magazine
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Downtown
7 reviews
Phyllis Lambert may not be a household name, but she is a key figure in modern architecture in North America. — Afar Magazine
8
Downtown
6 reviews
This museum has always been a favorite for both its rotating exhibits and its extensive permanent collection. It is home to 1,451,000 objects, images, and manuscripts. — Afar Magazine
8
Olympic Park & Hochelaga-Maisonneuve (HoMa)
6 reviews
Terrifically engaging attraction for children of nearly any age, the delightful Biodôme houses replications of four ecosystems. — Frommer's
8
Downtown
5 reviews
The choice of whether to build a church following a Gothic Revival or neoclassical design involved more than just aesthetics in 19th-century Québec. — Afar Magazine
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Old Montréal
6 reviews
On UNESCO's list of "1001 historic sites you must see before you die. — Fodor's
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Old Montréal
6 reviews
The city skyline rises up from the stone buildings along Rue de la Commune. Most prominent of these is the domed Bonsecours Market. — Travel + Leisure
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Old Montréal
6 reviews
Games, puzzles, and hands-on experiments make it an ideal place for rainy days or even fair ones. The center also has a bistro serving lights meals, a coffee and pastry shop, and a food court. — Fodor's
8
Downtown
6 reviews
Opened in 1880 as Canada's first natural history museum, the Redpath Museum has a charmingly old-school Victorian quality to it. — Afar Magazine
8
Downtown
5 reviews
Montréal's primary performing-arts complex has... a new 2,000-seat concert hall for the Orchestre Symphonique de Montréal. — Fodor's
8
Old Montréal
6 reviews
As visitors enter, eyes are drawn to the ensemble of white oak statues, part of the imposing reredos that stands out against the background's soft blue hues. — Michelin Guide
8
Parc du Mont-Royal
5 reviews
Everyone is in the park on a gray winter Saturday. — Afar Magazine
8
Le Plateau Mont-Royal
4 reviews
After exploring Old Montreal, save time for a walk through Frederick Law Olmsted’s wooded and sprawling, 470-odd-acre Mont-Royal Park, which spans the northern edge of downtown. — Travel + Leisure
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Olympic Park & Hochelaga-Maisonneuve (HoMa)
4 reviews
Architecturally, it’s a stunning building, with arcs and curves and a metal exterior that evoke Frank Gehry's Guggenheim Museum Bilbao. — Frommer's
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Parc Jean-Drapeau
4 reviews
The museum owns maps and scientific instruments that helped Europeans explore the New World, military and naval artifacts, and related paraphernalia. — Frommer's
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