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On a Saturday in sept. Very crowded, but still enjoyed, couples families ,single s plenty of outside dining street entertainment,crafters, artist, found to be very safe.no visible presence of police,but noted many security cameras around,
although a small museum its packed with exhibits and we learned a lot about the establishing of the fur trade . Its in an amazing location right by the historic canal.small charge and lots to look at and do.
The buildings located at this museum house important artifacts from the Amerindians, the French and the British.
One building was originally built as a trading post. We were informed it is the oldest building in Montreal and built in 1669 of stone (probably explaining its survival).
The other building was a home that now houses many interesting artifacts. A rare...
Monuments & Statues, Points of Interest & Landmarks
"Caring and warmth revealed"
reviewed August 8, 2018 by JLC-mtl2015
Many outdoor sculptures are displayed in the city. Tenderness - La Tendresse (in french) is one of them installed at the corner of Sherbrooke and Peel streets. This white marble sculpture by Paul Lancz, presents the simple connection of a mother and child.
Points of Interest & Landmarks, Piers & Boardwalks
reviewed August 24, 2019 by Bella S
Nice place just to chill music n some dancing occurred that night when we visit. Nice view of the famous expensive Champlain bridge. Overall ok to pass the day or evening chilling out with friends or family.
The food was as good as I remember over 30 years ago!!! Between the 8 of us, we had pasta, pizza, salads and great wines. The brick oven pizza is still producing some of the best pizza I have ever had. The guest at the table enjoyed the Penne Arrabiata, Penny Romanoff, Scallaponi Marsala, a "surprise" pizza combination selection for...
Nice Summer night,the reason we went there. we were a group of 10, do not accommodate large group on their outside terrace facing the waterfront, so we ate inside and had a great view just the same, It is a BYOB, we were restricted to Table D'Hote menu with price ranging between $40.00 and $50.00, which I expect the food...
I was pleased with the price and value. My only disappointment was that the pool was listed as being closed for the 2 days that I was staying but the even closed it fir the day I arrived and didn’t list it.