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Museum DistrictDistance from Montréal–Mirabel Intl. Airport: 50.6km
The area known as the Museum District represents the heart of cultural life. The Museum District is widely known for its unique historical and architectural background. The arts culture stems from the Museum District and fills the streets. The artistic impression is found anywhere from designer fashion boutiques, to art galleries, to exquisite dining.
Planétarium de MontréalDistance from Montréal–Mirabel Intl. Airport: 54.4km
1000 Saint-Jacques Street
Come and discover the universe at the Montréal Planetarium. Located in the heart of Montreal, the Planetarium, through its exhibition halls and shows, has taken visitors through an exploration of the wonders of celestial bodies, space and time. The Planetarium presents changing shows under the 65-foot dome.
BiodomeDistance from Montréal–Mirabel Intl. Airport: 54.9km
Exhibits of four ecosystems: tropical and Laurentian forests, the marine environment of the St. Lawrence River and the polar world.
The Clock Tower Distance from Montréal–Mirabel Intl. Airport: 58.1km
Old Port of Montréal, Clock Tower Pier
This historic Clock Tower was built in 1922, and it still keeps ticking. Built in an effort to commemorate the courage of the men of the Merchant Fleet who were lost during World War I, this looming tower presents viewers with a stunning view of the city and the surrounding bodies of water.
Old Montréal Ghost TrailDistance from Montréal–Mirabel Intl. Airport: 56.6km
350 Saint-Paul Street East
Montréal (Québec) H2Y 1H2
The Old Montreal Ghost Trail offers visitors a unique and spine-chilling look at Old Montreal. It features the New France Ghost Hunt, in which visitors and their guides hunt down some of Montreal’s most famous and infamous ghosts. Visitors are also given the opportunity to serve as jurors as some of the most famous crimes are brought up to a mock court. And be sure not to miss out on the traditional ghost walk, where visitors and their guides take a stroll through some of Old Montreal’s streets and passageways.
Pointe-à-Callière, Montréal Museum of Archaeology and HistoryDistance from Montréal–Mirabel Intl. Airport: 58.1km
350 Place Royale (corner of De la Commune St.)
The museum is found within an authentic archaeological site. A visit to the museum will carry you through a voyage of more than 1,000 years of history.
Montreal World Trade CentreDistance from Montréal–Mirabel Intl. Airport: 57.9km
747 Square Victoria, suite 247
The architecture of the Montreal World Trade Centre combines 19th and 20th century styles with the original layouts of the 1700’s. The complex is absolutely stunning during the day, when the black granite reflecting pool featuring the statue of Amphitrite illuminates the glass-covered passageway.
Bonsecours MarketDistance from Montréal–Mirabel Intl. Airport: 58.1km
350 St. Paul Street East
The Bonsecours Market represents the hub of cultural exchange. Known as one of the striking heritage buildings in Canada, the structure is easily recognized by its silver dome. The domed structure showcases an incredible view of the St. Lawrence River and the surrounding islands. Sidewalk cafes, and unique souvenir shops make this market square a buzzing popularity among people.
Botanical GardenDistance from Montréal–Mirabel Intl. Airport: 53.4km
4101 rue Sherbrooke
Second largest in the world, after Kew Gardens in London. Collection of 26,000 species of Canadian and exotic plants and bonsai. Exceptional Japanese and Chinese gardens.