Montreal Best Family-Friendly Sights

  • Montréal Science Centre

    Montréal Science Centre

    333 rue de la Commune ouest
    M-F 8AM-5PM, Sa-Su 9:30AM-5PM; check listings for IMAX movie times. IMAX screenings $9 child / $12 adult; Exhibitions $9 child / $12 adult; Combo tickets $15 child / $20 adult. Interactive science museum and IMAX theater.
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  • Biodôme

    4777 ave Pierre-de Coubertin
    Mid Feb-mid June: 9AM-5PM daily; mid June-early Sep: 9AM-6PM daily; early Sep-mid Feb: Tu-Su 9AM-6PM. $16.50 adults, $12.50 seniors/students, $8.25 children 5-17, $2.50 children 2-4, free children under 2. The former Olympic Velodrome is now a showcase of different ecosystems.
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  • Winter Ice Skating

    the Old Port
    Oct-Mar 10AM-9PM daily. $4 adults / $3 child (does not include skate rental).
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  • Parc du Mont-Royal

    Parc du Mont-Royal

    North of avenue des Pins
    This beautiful, immense urban park tops the "mountain" (at 232 metres, it's more like a hill) that overlooks all of Montreal and lends the city its name. Designed by Frederick Law Olmsted, creator of Central Park and Prospect Park in New York, the park is elegant and accessible, and has hundreds of nooks and crannies to explore. A broad and gradual five mile bike and pedestrian path begins at the Monument Georges-Étienne Cartier (on Avenue du Parc, opposite the western end of rue Rachel, where the bike path continues), winding its way around the mountain and culminating at the Belvédère (lookout) and Chalet Mont-Royal, with incredible views of downtown, the St. Lawrence river, and the Eastern Townships. The Belevedere and Chalet are also accessible from downtown by the newly restored staircase, access via the path at the top of rue Peel. Numerous smaller paths and trails crisscross the park. For lazy visitors, or those with limited mobility, you can enjoy a wonderful view from the mountain by taking bus route 11, which stops at the lookout on Chemin Remembrance, as well as Beaver Lake. Every Sunday during the summer, thousands of people get together at the monument on Avenue du Parc to enjoy the big tam-tam jam.
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  • Pizzadelic

    5556 monkland, h4a1c9
  • Just For Laughs Festival

    Just For Laughs Festival

  • Pointe-à-Callière

    350 place Royale
    Labour Day to 24 June: Tu-F 10AM-5PM, Sa-Su 11AM-5PM; 25 June to Labour Day: M-F 10AM-6PM, Sa-Su 11AM-6PM. $15 adults, $10 seniors (65+), $8 students (13-30 with ID), $6 youth (6-12), children 5 and under free. $30 family rate also offered for 1 adult plus 3 children or 2 adults plus 2 children (17 and under). A modern museum built over the ruins of Montreal's first settlement, Pointe à Callière. This museum uses audiovisual technology as well as surrounding archaeological remains to tell the story of Montreal from the first natives to the present day.
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  • Montreal Planetarium

    4101 rue Sherbrooke Est
    Bringing together the Montréal Biodôme, Insectarium, Botanical Garden and Planetarium, the Space for Life is a living laboratory, where the infinitely small takes on enormous proportions and the infinitely large is presented on a human scale.
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