What to see and do in Montreal: the ultimate resource page

What to see and do in Montreal: the ultimate resource pageWhat to see and do in Montreal: the ultimate resource page

30 years I’ve lived in Montreal, taking a lot of photos and writing a lot of posts on this wonderful city. Below you’ll find guides and itineraries, photo essays, and plenty of specific posts on museums, festivals, river cruises, as well as my recommendations on the best spots to eat and drink. Check out the links and let me know if you have any questions that I haven’t answered!


Guides & Itineraries

A Guide on What to See and Do in Montreal (written by a local)
BBQboy’s Walking tour of the Plateau Mont-Royal


Photo Essays of the four seasons

Montreal in the Autumn
Montreal in the Summer
Montreal in the Spring
Montreal in the Winter

Specific posts

Montreal’s Olympic Stadium: Visiting the Biodome and Tower Observatory
Montreal – Visiting the Botanical Gardens and Insectarium
Exploring the best of Montreal’s museums on the cheap
Montreal museums part 2: museums on Ile Sainte-Helene
The Montreal Just for Laughs festival: what to see and do
Options for cruising the Old Port and St. Lawrence river
Eating recommendations in Montreal
3 Bars with the best views in Montreal
Review of a Fitz & Follwell Food Tour


Have you been to Montreal? What did you think of it? If something special stood out for you, feel free to comment – I’m always looking to supplement/update the above and welcome all constructive feedback.


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What to see and do in Montreal: the ultimate resource page

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  1. I love this city, there’s always something new to discover 🙂
    BBQBoy, have you ever tried the Airborne app? Local Montreal celebs make city guides based on what they love the most about the city and how they like to live it. Check it out! http://www.airborne.io

  2. Having lived in Montreal for 30 years, you’re bound to know a thing or two about it :-). As a fellow Canadian, we can vouch that it’s a lovely city – very cosmopolitan, with lots of great restaurants!

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