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Best $20 ever spent. The tour is a must for any hockey fan moreso for any diehard Habs fan. The building is well designed and the tour included the private boxes as well as the press box. The views were amazing. It was game day...More
Our experience at the bell centre was great.
Our first time visiting Canada, Montreal and the Bell center. From arriving at the Bell centre to leaving the experience was brilliant. The venue was clean and well signposted and the the Habs won. #GOHABSGO.
Due to its small footprint, the Bell Centre does not have great seating in a lot of areas. If you are in the third bowl you are in the rafters and far from the action. Even near the top of the first bowl you are...More
We are at the Chateau Champlain next door to the arena, so getting there was easy. Getting in was orderly and quick. Even though it looked like a sell out, the lineups everywhere were tolerable. Lots of concession booths inside, so pretty quick getting a...More
With all the traffic around the Bell Center you would at least hope that inside will be less chaotic.
Left my seat with 5 minutes left in the first period to get food I was told there are no more hot dogs, no more hamburgers....More
Went on quite a stroll looking for the Habs shop for souvenirs for the family back home. Surrounding area is a bit of a building site currently but in any event the shop is poorly signposted and took some finding. This was disappointing but the...More
With the road construction, detours, building construction and sidewalks torn apart, getting to Bell Centre seems very hazardous. There are no apparent measures to protect and warn pedestrians - no barriers, Sidewalks are not only broken up, but in some areas non existent. Pipes, raw...More
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Most of the tour I think you'll be fine. The travel between floors is done via elevator. However, you bring up a really great point when you head out to to the ring where the journalists sit. There is indeed a steep... More
Most of the tour I think you'll be fine. The travel between floors is done via elevator. However, you bring up a really great point when you head out to to the ring where the journalists sit. There is indeed a steep staircase that takes you there and then (of course) you have to climb them to get back to that main level. There was actually someone in our tour that was having difficulty with it too. My best advice would be do the tour but tell you guide that stairs are difficult and that you just skip that one piece of it. Hope that helps!
After the game, fans hang out at the exit of the Bell Centre indoor parking lot exit to the left of the "public" exit on St.Antoine Street (closest to the corner of Mountain street) since the players sometimes roll down... More
After the game, fans hang out at the exit of the Bell Centre indoor parking lot exit to the left of the "public" exit on St.Antoine Street (closest to the corner of Mountain street) since the players sometimes roll down their windows to give autographs as they are leaving from there.
I believe they will be more willing to give them if they've had a good game!!! Dress well as it may still be cold (-20 today); There will probably be a line up so head there as soon as the game ends. Good luck & don't forget your sharpie!