Locals and savvy visitors descend on the Atwater Market for its colorful produce.
A museum that seeks to redefine the way society perceives architecture.
Satisfy your desire for a night out at the theatre in Montréal.
Chinatown dates back to the 1860s and still keeps many Asian traditions alive.
The traditional heart of anglophone Montréal features some of the city's grandest homes.
This steel bridge is named after the French explorer who was the first European to map the Gulf of Saint Lawrence.
For more than a century, this landmark served as the area's public marketplace.
This facility is located at Olympic Park and is operated by the Montréal Nature Museum.
Established in 1860, this Montréal institution was one of the first museums to build such an extensive collection of works in North America.