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Château Ramezay Museum
280 rue Notre-Dame Est.
  Château Ramezay has been conserving and presenting our heritage since 1895 the Museum offers you the opportunity to relive history through its permanent exhibition and its garden
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Exporail - Canadian Railway Museum
110, rue Saint-Pierre
  Exporail offers visitors a unique opportunity to see and experience life in the railway world. Not only can one see trains, streetcars and all their related infrastructures, you can also use these various modes of transportation right on the Museum grounds.
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4581 Sherbrooke Est
  The Montréal Insectarium welcomes visitors intrigued by these misunderstood creatures, which are so often wrongly feared and despised.
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Just for Laughs Museum
2111 Saint-Laurent Blvd.
  It celebrates these aspects of the human condition using a fun approach that appeals to a diverse audience, including children and young people.
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McCord Museum
690 Sherbrooke St. West
  The McCord is a public research and teaching museum that preserves our collective past - over 1,375,000 objects, images and manuscripts, irreplaceable reflections of the social history and material culture of Montreal, Quebec and Canada
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Montréal Holocaust Museum
1 Carré Cummings Square
  Not merely a museum that displays a collection, but a museum with an imperative to tell a story.
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Montréal Museum of Fine Arts
1379-1380 Sherbrooke St. West
  Founded in 1860, its holdings have grown to almost 35,000 objects – paintings, sculptures, works on paper, prints and drawings, photographs and decorative art objects – from Antiquity to today.
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Montréal Science Centre
King-Edward - Old-Port of Montréal
  It's goal, to stimulate interest in science and technology and raise awareness of its importance in our society; and for young people, to stimulate their curiosity, arouse a passion for knowledge.
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Pointe-à-Callière Museum of Aechaeology & History
Place d’Youville
  The Museum consists of six buildings and structures: the Éperon, Place Royale and the archaeological crypt, the Ancienne-Douane, the Youville Pumping Station, the Archaeological Field School and the Mariners House.
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Redpath Museum, McGill University
859 Sherbrooke St. West
  The Redpath Museum is the oldest building in Canada built as a museum. Completed in 1882 it has extensive collections in the fields of paleontology, zoology, minerology and ethnology.
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Bateau Mouche Tours
Jacques-Cartier - Old Port of Montréal
  Thanks to its low draught, the Bateau-Mouche can travel a course inaccessible to traditional vessels, taking you to the very heart of the majestic St. Lawrence River and its history.
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Atrium Le 1000 Indoor Skating Rink
1000, rue De La Gauchetière St. West
  In the heart of downtown, bathed in warm light flowing through its magnificent glass dome and dancing on the surface of the indoor skating rink
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Bell Centre
1260 De la Gauchetière Ouest
  The Bell Centre's guided tours are available Monday through Sunday in English and French.
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Biodôme de Montréal
4777, avenue Pierre-De Coubertin
  An oasis in the heart of the city, the Montréal Biodôme recreates ecosystems from Tropical Forests to the Arctic and Antarctic.
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BNP Tower & Illuminated Crowd
1981 McGill College Ave.
  'The Illuminated Crowd' is a life-size group of men, women and children looking amazed at something the passersby can only imagine. It is one of downtown's most visited attractions, a real touch of whimsy amidst the shadows of downtown.
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Delco Aviation Flying Tours
943 Chemin Lac Achigan
  Delco Aviation is an aerial adventure just waiting to be discovered. The company flies two types of specially designed hydroplanes to enjoy the sights from hundreds of feet above the ground.
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Fleming Mill
9675 LaSalle Blvd.
  This restored windmill, five storeys high, is the only Québec mill of Anglo-Saxon influence. The exterior has been completely renovated. Its 200-year history is presented in theatrical skits.
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Fort Chambly National Historic Site
2 De Richelieu Street
  Fort Chambly stands on the banks of the Richelieu River built in 1711 it recounts key moments in New France within its walls.
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Granby Zoo & Amazoo Water Park
525 Saint-Hubert St.
  Ranked among the top 10 zoos in North America, it has 1,000 animals representing more than 200 exotic species. Entry to the Amazoo Yoplait water park and its heated wave pool is included in the admission fee.
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The Haunted House
1037 de Bleury St.
  You have to experience the dinner show at the Haunted house as if you were on an adventure full of surprises.
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IMAX Telus Montréal Science Centre
King-Edward - Old-Port of Montréal
  SEE MORE, HEAR MORE, FEEL MORE — IMAX is the ultimate movie experience. With crystal clear images and wraparound digital surround sound.
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Jeux Arnold Paint Ball
474 ch. de Covey-Hill

Come live an unforgettable experience, filled with adrenaline in unique settings that you will not find anywhere else. Come conquer the flag of your opponent!
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Lachine Canal National Historic Site
200 René-Lévesque Blvd. West
  The Lachine Canal stretches 14.5 km from the Old Port to Lake Saint-Louis built in 1825, millions of cyclists and pedestrians have visited the canal's banks where countless details evoke the past.
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Lachine Rapids Jet Boating & Rafting
8912 boul. Lasalle
  Two thrilling excursions are available, whether you choose to brave the rapids in a raft or on a Hydro-Jet, rest assured you will have a unique and memorable experience.
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La Ronde Amusement Park
22, chemin MacDonald
  La Ronde was opened in 1967 as a part of Expo 67 and now features 39 rides, including 9 roller coasters.
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Laser Quest
1226 St. Catherine St. West
  Laser Quest combines the classic games of tag and hide & seek with a high-tech twist. Donning the most sophisticated laser tag equipment available, the game is played in a large, multi-level arena featuring specialty lighting, swirling fog and music.
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Montréal Botanical Gardens
4101, rue Sherbrooke Est
  Visitors are sure to be captivated by the colors and fragrances as they wander from the delightful Chinese Garden to the heart of the Sonoran desert, from the peaceful oasis of the Japanese Garden to the classically designed French garden or the woodlands of the Laurentians.
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Montréal Planetarium
1000 Rue Saint-Jacques
  The Planetariums main piece of equipment is the Zeiss projector which sits at the centre of the theatre. The replacement cost of this 2.5-ton machine would be about 3 million dollars.
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Old Montréal Ghost Tours
471 rue St-François-Xavier
  A unique opportunity to go ghost hunting! Come face to face with the ghosts of several famous people who lived in Montréal and still haunt Old Montréal.
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Olympic Park
4545, avenue Pierre-De Coubertin
  Just after the Olympic Games in 1977 tours started and some 3 million people impressed by the beauty and size of the Olympic Park have visited.
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Notre-Dame Basilica of Montréal
116 Notre Dame St. West
  The church's architecture is among the most dramatic in the world; its interior is grand and colourful, its ceiling is coloured deep blue and decorated with golden stars, and the rest of the sanctuary is a polychrome of blues, azures, reds, purples, silver, and gold. It is filled with hundreds of intricate wooden carvings and several religious statues.
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Parc Jean-Drapeau
514 872-6120
1, circuit Gilles-Villeneuve
  One of Montréal's most precious assets, discover the riches of this animated urban park spread amongst Sainte-Hélène and Notre-Dame islands.
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Parc Safari
850, route 202
  Wildlife including 800 animals from the five continents, many of which you can approach and feed. Wild Rides amusement park and the Water park are just some of the other attractions awaiting.
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Saint Joseph's Oratory of Mount Royal
3800, Queen Mary Rd.
  Located on the northern slope of Mount Royal, the Oratory's dome is the third-largest of its kind in the world and on display is a wall covered with thousands of crutches from those who came to the basilica and were healed.
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Shed 16 Labyrinth
Clock Tower - Old-Port of Montréal
  Enter a maze of dark alleys where puzzling obstacles, mysteries, surprises and enigmas will drive you round the bend! Find the clues and solve the mystery about this brand new adventure.
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Cosmodôme Space Science Centre
2150 autoroute des Laurentides
  The museum is dedicated to the history and future of space exploration and science. The Cosmodome is well known for its space camps held in the summer; kids get to ride in space flight simulators and meet actual astronauts and space scientists.
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Sucrerie de la Montagne
300 rang Saint-Georges
  Recognized as a "Québec heritage site," the establishment offers a variety of activities: wagon rides, guided tour of the sugar shack and bakery.
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