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Best Montréal, QC Attractions

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    Place Ville Marie Observatory

    The Place Ville Marie Observatory offers everything from moonlight yoga sessions to wine tastings and specialty photography workshops all offering a 360...

    Photo courtesy of Tourisme Montreal
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    Jardin Botanique

    Montreal's Botanical Gardens comprise 30 distinct ones including Chinese, Japanese, First Nations, traditional French, a rose garden plus 10 exhibiting...

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    La Grand Roue

    La Grande Roue de Montreal is the tallest observation wheel in Canada - the equivalent of a 20-story building from where visitors can enjoy great views of...

    Photo courtesy of Tourisme Quebec
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    Mont Royal

    Visible by night thanks to its well-lit cross, Mont-Royal designed by Olmstead of Central Park fame is filled with hiking trails, and opportunities for...

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    Musée des Beaux Arts de Montréal

    The Musee des Beaux-Arts, founded in 1860, is Canada's oldest museum and boasts some of the finest paintings in the country. Among its permanent holdings...

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    Le Musée du Château Dufresne

    Built between 1915 and 1918, the Chateau Dufresne is a beaux arts-style private mansion which was owned by the Dufresne brothers, two important members of...

    Photo courtesy of Courtesy of Musee du Chateau Dufresne
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    Marché Jean-Talon

    The highlight of Little Italy (Petite Italie) in the north end of Montreal is undoubtedly the Jean Talon Market. Since 1934 the Jean Talon market has...

    Photo courtesy of Courtesy of Tourisme Montreal. Photo by Ron Stern
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    Planétarium de Montréal

    The Montreal Planetarium brings astronomy to Montrealers and visitors alike who appreciate the clear, light-pollution-free skies and the chance to handle...

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