After a good snow storm that brought Montrealers scrambling, there’s lots of fun stuff to do with the fresh blanket of the white stuff. It’s really a winter wonderland, so, here are 13 things to do this weekend in Montreal.
FÊTE DES NEIGES DE MONTRÉAL 2020
Back for the 37th edition is the very popular, 4-weekend Montreal Winter Festival known as the FÊTE DES NEIGES DE MONTRÉAL. This is your LAST CHANCE, last weekend.Get out there and make some great memories with tons of shows and activities – most of which are FREE with entry passes! Whatever your age, go out to play and enjoy dog sled tours, ice slides, music, shows, and lots more! It all happens at…Read more
Snow Tubing in Montreal – La Pente à Neige is the City’s Snowpark
You just can’t let winter pass you by without going snow tubing. The Montreal urban winter park, not too far from Angrignon metro, is on track to have the island’s longest tubing hill. La Pente à Neige offers snow tubing in Montreal and will also have a magical carpet lift and some new ski runs for intermediate level skiers…Read more
Go Hiking, Skiing, or Snowshoeing in Hudson
There are a total of over 23 km of trails in Hudson just waiting for you to explore. Enjoy nature and its impressive scenery and fresh air while you’re out on your next adventure! Read more…
More Than Downhill Skiing at Mont Rigaud!
Mont Rigaud has one ski lift but also offers so much more. For example, they are a facility for disabled skiers. They even offer snow tubing, which is a fun activity for the whole family, regardless of age. In the off-season, it becomes an adventure Park with ziplines, bungee jumping, obstacle courses, rock climbing…Read more…
Day or Night Snow Tubing On Mount Royal in Montreal!
You don’t have to travel through traffic (both ways) to get to the hills up north for great snow tubing in Montreal and its surrounding areas. And now, there’s night snow tubing on Mount Royal to enjoy whatever your age…Read more…
La Poutine Week – Last Chance Today
La Poutine Week from the 1st to the 7th of February, where chefs from across town take Quebec’s comfort food to the next level. Anyone can vote for their favorite poutine across Canada. Check out the participating restaurants.
Dine at Montreal’s Most Romantic Restaurants Before Valentine’s Day
We can easily say that Montrealers love food and they’re very romantic and OpenTable just confirmed that. This is their list, compiled by reviews submitted by users. It consists of more than 3000 restaurants across Canada and over 500,000 reviews…Read more…
Fun Winter Festivals Around Montreal Happening Now!
Some of them are still on! Most of the activities are free and you get a chance to enjoy winter. Depending on where you go, there’s sports, tubing, dog-sled rides, zip-lining, a super ice slide, speed skating demos and free lessons, snow sculptures, ice dancers, the Jet’s Sugar Shack Madness, and so much more! Read more…
Have some free fun at the Olympic Stadium this weekend enjoying skating, sliding, sledding, bowling, and a heated chalet where you can also warm up with hot beverages on Saturday, February 8, from 10:30 AM to 4:30 PM. It’s all happening at L’Esplanade du Parc Olympique.
Dress warmly and head out to the Old Port of Montreal’s outdoor winter party, which is a huge hit, getting people out of their toasty homes and onto the streets, whatever the weather. It’s on until February 8 at the…Read more
Skate at the Natrel Old Port Skating Rink
One of the best skating rinks in Montreal is, naturally, at the Old Port. The Natrel Old Port skating rink offers the best views of the city, and whenever you need a break from all that skating or from the cold, warm up at the Bistro Bonsecours…Read more
Imagine Van Gogh Exhibit
Extended due to its popularity, the exhibit will close on March 1 instead of February 2. Imagine Van Gogh was first presented in Le Havre, France before making its way here to Montreal this winter…Read more
Titanic in Concert
The blockbuster hit Titanic from 1997, which was written and directed by Canadian James Cameron, comes to Montreal’s Place des Arts along with conductor John Jesensky leading 130 musicians, including those of the Orchestre FILMharmonique on Saturday, February 8 and 9. For tickets online, click here.