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Place Royale

Place Royale

4.5/526 Reviews
Square
Amusement Park
Performances
Artillery Park

Artillery Park

4.2/510 Reviews
Historical Site
City Park
Montreal Botanical Garden

Montreal Botanical Garden

4.7/597 Reviews
Botanical Garden
Mid-May to early September: 9:00-18:00; Early September-October: 9:00-17:00; Other times Tuesday-Sunday: 9:00-17:00. (Local time)
Built in 1931, the Montreal Botanical Garden is dominated by the French garden style. It is divided into greenhouses and outdoor parks with various themes. It is planted with tens of thousands of plants and is the largest botanical garden in North America. In 1984, Mr. Wu Yisun donated his collection of bonsai, and now the bonsai area of the Botanical Garden has become a larger bonsai exhibition area outside of Asia. The tropical rainforest is a greenhouse that displays lush rainforests such as climbing creatures and epiphytic organisms. Greenhouses in arid regions show plants such as aloe tequila in the African desert.
La Ronde

La Ronde

4.2/525 Reviews
Theme Park
Mount Royal Park

Mount Royal Park

4.6/5157 Reviews
City Park
Sun - Sat 6:00 AM - 12:00 AM (Local time)
Mount Royal Park is located on the top of the Royal Hill in downtown Montreal and was designed by world-renowned designer Olmsted, who designed New York's Central Park. The Mount Royal Park is lush and beautiful, with a view from several observation decks on the top of the mountain. The high-rise buildings and criss-cross streets in the city are all in a good position. It is a good place for a relaxing holiday.
Parc Jean-Drapeau

Parc Jean-Drapeau

4/54 Reviews
Amusement Park
Whether you hike, bike or roller blade on the Grand Prix track, Montreal's Parc Jean-Drapeau, sometimes called Parc does Iles, offers excitement for everyone, from massive fireworks competitions to experimental rock concerts. Built on two artificial islands constructed for Expo '67, the park combines quiet picnic spots for families with the Casino de Montreal for aficionados and an amusement park for kids. Do not forget to take a tour through the Biosphere, the ecological museum that started out as the United States pavilion at the '67 Expo, and now serves as an interactive learning center for exhibits on water conservation and the effects of climate change, especially in the Great Lakes region.
Parc Safari

Parc Safari

4.4/57 Reviews
Zoo
Mont Tremblant

Mont Tremblant

4.9/522 Reviews
Resort
Cap-Saint-Jacques Nature Park

Cap-Saint-Jacques Nature Park

4/51 Reviews
City Park
Chute-Montmorency Park (Parc de la Chute-Montmorency)

Chute-Montmorency Park (Parc de la Chute-Montmorency)

Waterfall
City Park
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