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Montreal: OASIS Immersion Entry Ticket

1. Montreal: OASIS Immersion Entry Ticket

Take part in a unique walk-through immersive exhibition in a vast new space in Montreal, extending over 2,200 m2. Choose from OASIS Immersion's 3 available shows; Transformé, Sweet Folie, or VAN GOGH - Distorsion, and enjoy wall and floor projections, and a state-of-the-art surround sound system. Located in the heart of Montreal, between the Old Port of Montreal and the Quartier des Spectacles, step into OASIS Immersion, an uplifting experience featuring inspiring people, places, and trends from around the world. With various rotating exhibits, secure tickets to the show of your choice. VAN GOGH - Distorsion Embark on a bright and colorful journey through more than 225 paintings, drawings, and sketches and discover a contemporary look at Van Gogh's works. With 3 immersive galleries, enjoy a sensory experience that celebrates this larger-than-life pioneer and allows you to interact with his paintings. Sweet Folie Enjoy a moment of humor and relaxation in a crazy universe where a bright sun always shines and where party fever is contagious. Designed for visitors of all ages, witness a dreamlike celebration of imagination, creativity, and wonder. Transformé Take part in a fascinating tribute to the virtual reality industry, developed from works originally designed for VR headsets. Be led on a 3-step journey to explore the power of courage and empathy through scenes addressing mental health, grieving, and cultural identity. Additionally, relax before or after your show at the lounge area, with a café and boutique.

Montreal: East and West Old Montreal Guided Walking Tour

2. Montreal: East and West Old Montreal Guided Walking Tour

Explore Old Montreal on a guided walking tour. Visit the eastern part in the late morning before breaking for lunch and head to the western part in the afternoon. Choose between a French or English speaking guide. Stroll through the cobblestone streets and winding alleys of the historic district. Meet your guide in the Place d'Armes square, where you can see a monument in memory of Paul de Chomedey, founder of Montreal and the 19th-century Notre-Dame Basilica. Begin your exploration of the eastern part of Old Montreal. Uncover hidden gems along the way to sights like the historic square Place Jacques-Cartier, City Hall, and the Champ de mars park. View mid-19th-century buildings on Cours le Royer street and St-Paul Street. Admire the chapel and vibrant market on Bonsecours street. Find out historical, architectural and anecdotal information along the way. Stop for an hour-long break where you can purchase a nice lunch or cover some ground on your own before continuing to the west part of Old Montreal. Get off the beaten track as you look back on Montréal’s economic effervescence in the 19th century and witness the dynamism of the metropolis today. Walk down St-Jacques Street and its banks and stroll past the office building of Canadian National Railway Company on McGill Street. Visit the squares of Place d’Youville and Place Royale where you can see the Pointe-à-Callière Museum.

Hidden Gems Bike Tour – Plateau, Mile-End, Jean Talon Market

3. Hidden Gems Bike Tour – Plateau, Mile-End, Jean Talon Market

This authentic tour goes beyond downtown into Montreal's hip must-see hoods. Ride bike paths, quiet streets, and laneways spotting street art and cool pop-up events. The experience is like a casual ride with a local friend. This insider's tour is the best way to discover Montreal off the beaten path and get a big dose of the local lifestyle. Learn the stories of Montrealers and their culture, from musical heroes to culinary icons, and the artsy resident folks that populate these hoods today. Hop on the super comfortable and fun bikes, put away your map, and simply follow your charming guide. Cruise the Plateau's countryside-in-the-city green laneways, spotting Street Art and huge mural along the way. Next is the hippest-of-hip artsy Mile-End (home of the Montreal Bagel, with samples) before making your way to leafy Outremont and traditional Little Italy. Break time is at the open-air Jean-Talon farmer's market, the largest of its kind in North America. This tour lasts 3 hours with stops for city info, photos, and time to connect with your super-friendly local guide and other travelers. Take this tour to learn about more localized events. You will see so much on a bike in a short time.

Montreal: Guided Walking Tour of Montreal's Murals

4. Montreal: Guided Walking Tour of Montreal's Murals

Enjoy a colorful guided walking tour of Montréal’s street art murals. Uncover the origins of street art in the city and discuss the place it currently holds in local life. Follow a path marked with unique and eclectic works of art with pieces by artists like Phillip Adams and David Guinn. Choose from a group or private tour with options in both English and French. Meet your guide in front of the Maison du développement durable. Make your way through a veritable open-air museum on this tour that focuses mainly on the St-Laurent Boulevard area and takes intriguing detours into surrounding streets and alleys. See some of the city's most impressive street art at the Mural Festival Zone which is named after an event that played a key role in democratizing urban art. Head further south to the heart of the Entertainment District to encounter works by Phillip Adams and David Guinn. Listen as your guide tells you about the emergence and evolution of muralism and how it was first developed around popular themes and national propaganda. Hear about how the city developed this form of art in the 1970s and find out how the muralist movement grew to become so significant to the city.

Montreal: Plateau Mont-Royal & Mile End Walking Tour

5. Montreal: Plateau Mont-Royal & Mile End Walking Tour

The Plateau Mont-Royal & Mile End - artistic, cultural, trendy Montreal. Get off the beaten path and explore these fascinating areas where the locals live, work and play. Discover Montreal's diversity and multicultural side, beautiful Victorian-era architecture, typical outdoor staircases, green alleys, colorful murals and street art, see several Montreal institutions (like Schwartz's, Wilensky, St. Viateur Bagel), enjoy a snack and maybe even practice your French! This MTL Detours route has been carefully crafted to show you the highlights of what makes these parts of Montreal so unique and special. Your passionate local guide will keep you entertained with history, secrets, hidden gems and fun facts. These are exclusive, intimate tours with only 10 people. Leave the tour armed with our list of recommendations for things to eat/drink/see in the area and in Montreal. Book your spot now and bring your curiosity!

Montreal: Private Walking Tour of Old Montreal

6. Montreal: Private Walking Tour of Old Montreal

Discover Montreal's past from the foundation of Fort Ville-Marie in 1642 to today’s modern city on this Old Montreal private walking tour. The historic heart of the city and its adjacent Old Port will be the setting for the story of one of the greatest cities in the Americas. Your guide will lead you through a maze of narrow streets where many historic buildings can be found. Explore the birthplace of this metropolis and take a trip back in time. The departure time, duration, route, and content of the tour can be customized according to your needs and interests. Example itinerary of a typical tour: • Visit important public squares such as Place d’Armes, Place Royale, and Place Jacques-Cartier. Check out the monuments and works of art that are on display there • Admire the external architecture of buildings like the Notre-Dame Basilica, the three courthouses, the Château Ramezay, and the Bonsecours Market • Pass by the Notre-Dame-de-Bon-Secours Chapel and City Hall as well as walking along the former 'Wall Street of Canada', St-Jacques Street • Discover the foundation site of the city’s first hospital, l’Hôtel Dieu in the Cours Le Royer • See the Sulpician Seminary, the oldest building in the historic district • Find out more about the Old Port

Private Street Art Tour in Montreal

7. Private Street Art Tour in Montreal

Experience the vibrant and dynamic street art scene of Montreal on an immersive 3-hour tour that will take you on a journey through the city's colorful neighborhoods and hidden corners. Led by a knowledgeable guide, this tour offers a unique opportunity to explore the thriving urban art culture that breathes life into the city's walls. As you stroll through the bustling streets, you'll be captivated by the stunning and thought-provoking murals, graffiti, and street installations that adorn building facades, alleyways, and public spaces. Each artwork tells a story, representing the creative expression and diverse perspectives of the local artists who bring the city's walls to life.

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What people are saying about Montreal

We really enjoyed this tour! Frederic was an excellent tour guide and really knew Old Montreal. Hey Frederic, the capital of Canada is Ottawa (some Americans do know without Googling!) and GO PENS!!!

Our guide Andre was very knowledgeable about the history of Old Montreal and full of historical facts, It was a fun time.

Felicity was great! Very knowledgeable and agreeable. She made the experience so smooth despite the 4 hours walking.

Good knowledgeable guide. Interesting tour with a lot of humoresque data about history and architecture.

Very knowledgable & we got to see some interesting areas !!