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Salle Andre-Mathieu
#1 of 8 Sights & Landmarks in Laval
A beautiful room , modern and a good acoustic; no matter where we sit, the view is always good !
Chateau Taillefer Lafon
#2 of 8 Sights & Landmarks in Laval
Maison des Arts de Laval
#3 of 8 Sights & Landmarks in Laval
Galerie D'art la Vieille Caserne
#4 of 8 Sights & Landmarks in Laval
Centrale de la Riviere-des-Prairies
#5 of 8 Sights & Landmarks in Laval
Saint Martin Catholic Church
#6 of 8 Sights & Landmarks in Laval
Maison Andre-Benjamin-Papineau
#7 of 8 Sights & Landmarks in Laval
Berge des Baigneurs
#8 of 8 Sights & Landmarks in Laval
Saint Joseph's Oratory of Mount Royal Montreal 11.7 km away
#3 of 166 Sights & Landmarks in Montreal
It is full of rich history, beautiful architecture, peaceful and great place to just relax and spend quality time admiring the church itself and Montreal with great views from the top!
Walk the site with the yes of a faithful who lived in Quebec in the 30s to the 50s amazed by the devotion of a humble brother Le Pete Andre and his devotion to Saint Joseph.
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Gay Village Montreal 7.5 km away
#49 of 166 Sights & Landmarks in Montreal
One of the most interesting sites in the Gay Village (It is actually labeled that way on Google maps!) was the Church of St. Peters the Apostle Roman Catholic parish church.
2 Ways to experience it
Notre-Dame Basilica Montreal 15.6 km away
#1 of 166 Sights & Landmarks in Montreal
Wonderful experience to walk through the church and view the spectacular altar, organ, and other historic detail.
The paths are fun to walk or cross country ski, lookouts with stunning views and the skating and sledding near the chalet and lake are wonderful experiences.
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Mile-End Montreal 11.9 km away
#14 of 166 Sights & Landmarks in Montreal
A great area for bicyclist and walking to see the sights.
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Old Montreal Montreal 15.7 km away
#2 of 166 Sights & Landmarks in Montreal
Lots to do Historical sights Amazing old architecture and buildings Fantastic restaurents Like a trip back to old montreal Street entertainers Cobblestone streets Hprse drawn carriage tours The old pier Cirque de...
Here at the center of town within an easily walkable few blocks, quaint cobblestone streets, lovely early architecture and fascinating historical sites blend with trendy shops, ultramodern art galleries and except...
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Church of the Visitation of the Blessed Virgin Mary Montreal 6.8 km away
#99 of 166 Sights & Landmarks in Montreal
Kart-O-Mania Montreal 9.0 km away
#59 of 166 Sights & Landmarks in Montreal
Very good viewing areas for non-driving friends and family to view from.
We had been site-seeing for days and my pre-teen son was getting bored.
Saint Laurent Boulevard Montreal 12.6 km away
#25 of 166 Sights & Landmarks in Montreal
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Promenade Fleuve-Montagne Montreal 7.2 km away
#116 of 166 Sights & Landmarks in Montreal
Rue Ste.-Catherine Montreal 13.1 km away
#21 of 166 Sights & Landmarks in Montreal
Montreal is Canada's second largest metropolis, teaming with energy, St Catherines is the heart of Montreal and worth a walk or bike ride, lots to see, plenty of shopping, coffee shops, restauants and historic sites
Fun street to walk up and down and check out the sights, tons of shopping, churches, restaurants, and yes some strip clubs.
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Mont (Mount) Royal Cemetery Montreal 12.2 km away
#31 of 166 Sights & Landmarks in Montreal
Always very impressive in itself....and the view of the city from up there is great.
Chalet Du Mont Royal Montreal 13.4 km away
#22 of 166 Sights & Landmarks in Montreal
It is an easy walk, even in winter, and the view is wonderful, across the downtown, St Lawrence river, and on a clear day, you can see NY State & Vermont.
Great view of Montreal and a little cafe inside if you want to warm up and relax a bit before heading back down.
McGill University Montreal 14.3 km away
#9 of 166 Sights & Landmarks in Montreal
View of Montreal Parc from entrance.. Colorful fall foliage & architecture of historic buildings make the campus worth a walk through.
Ultra secure, staff on site at all times, great inner garden for quiet dinner.
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Plateau Mont-Royal Montreal 14.1 km away
#11 of 166 Sights & Landmarks in Montreal
Walk along Prince Arthur St mall (east of St Laurent) to Square St Louis and view the beautiful architecture there, or take in a meal at a cafe, or just sit in the park and watch the squirrels.
Lots of little shops and unique sites.
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St. Patrick's Basilica Montreal 15.0 km away
#4 of 166 Sights & Landmarks in Montreal
The cathedral has historic connections with the Irish-Canadian community in Montreal, it is a national historic site of Canada, and it highlights gothic architecture.
One of the most interesting, charming historic landmarks to visit in Montreal.
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Cathedral of Marie-Reine-du-Monde Montreal 14.9 km away
#5 of 166 Sights & Landmarks in Montreal
Although this National Historic Site is smaller than Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupre Basilica, a half hour outside Quebec City, "Mary Queen of the World" is very ornate (being the seat in Montreal of the Roman Catholic arc...
Another Wonderful Architectural and Religious Site!
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Little Italy Montreal 11.5 km away
#38 of 166 Sights & Landmarks in Montreal
This is a nice area to just walk around, enjoy the sights, and have some good food.
Various sites to see and visit.
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Place Jacques-Cartier Montreal 14.0 km away
#20 of 166 Sights & Landmarks in Montreal
But, if you want the energy of the city, the chance to watch and buy street art, or visit historic sites within five minute walk, or just watch people and absorb Old Montreal, then this is your kind of place.
We lucked out with weather when we visited this summer and were able to explore most sights in the city!
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