Abundant parking and excellent venue for enjoying hockey or a concert... Watch for tickets and give it a try!
I was here with my mom to watch the New York Rangers play Montreal. We drove from Long Island to watch the Rangers play. I was a little hesitant to wear my jersey being in the opposing teams arena, but was told it would be no problem. And they were right, everyone was so nice, respectful and friendly. Of course... More
This is a must for all visitors to Montreal. It is the home of the Famous Red-White-Blue Hockey team called Montreal Canadiens. The most storied franchise in Canada!!
As an Islanders fan from NY, was expecting a great Canadian hockey experience and got it. Even for a regular season game, the playing of the anthems and atmosphere was great. Showed a great montage of different American landmarks during the Star Spangled banner. Showed a great historical montage of the history of the Canadians during Oh Canada. Absolutely loved... More
The concourses are tight and they are insanely packed at intermission. Habs fans don't move during the games. The Captain Morgan Club is nice and my wife wanted something a bit better for dinner. Take the train to the game, it's such a short walk to the game. If you're a big guy, the seating bowl is tight.
As a life-long fan of the Boston Bruins, I eagerly anticipated watching them play the Habs at the Bell Centre. The atmosphere is electric. The ushers are courteous, The lay-out of the centre allows those seated in the upper deck to get a better view of the ice.
Formula One weekend and the Rolling Stones. First time at the Bell Centre. Nice facility, walked from the Queen Elizabeth Hotel stopped on Crescent St. for a drink on the way back to the hotel. Not the history of the Forum, but a fine venue for concerts.
Before visiting the Senators @ Habs game tonight, I went on the guided tour in the Bell Center. Even though the building is relatively young, you quickly get a geeling for the history this city has with its team. I had a seat at center ice in block 301, first row. The view couldn't have been better. The leg space... More
I have been a loyal Montreal Canadians fan for 52 years and I finally got to see the play my arch rival Boston Bruins my team did not win however.....they did score....I saw them live.....and I saw Guy Lafleur it was a great night and a dream come true.
I've seen two concerts and several hockey games at the Bell Centre and its always a great time. I've sat at all levels and I'm convinced there isn't a bad seat in the place.
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