Time Travel to the 18th-Century Montreal Public Market

@18th Century Public Market

Summer in Montreal means a collection of amazing, fun, and interesting markets. This one is no different, other than it come with a twist of historic experience.

Pointe-a-Callière is set to transform into an 18th-century Montreal public market later in April. You’ll see merchants, entertainers, craftspeople, and farmers dressed from the time period.

@18th Century Public Market

Not only will you feel immersed in the 18th-century world, but you’ll also be able to enjoy food products from the era.

Try the jellies, jams, maple products, cider, and spruce beer. Join in on the celebration of Quebec’s history and learn just how it felt to live in Montreal 200 years ago!

18th-Century Montreal Public Market

Where: 350 Place Royale

When: April 25 to 26, 2018

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