There's a lot to do in the Old Port. Here are some things do to in and around the Old Port without breaking the bank:
The Clock Tower (closed for the season)
Classified as a federal heritage building since 1996, the tower provides spectacular views of the St. Lawrence River and the city for those willing to climb its 192 steps to the top. Details
Loosely based on the history of Montréal, Cité Mémoire presents a cast of characters offering first-hand accounts of how the city has evolved over the course of history. Details
Whether it's at the Clock Tower Quay, around the Natrel basin or close to the promenafe, the Old Port site offers 2.5km of opportunities for a picnic!
The kids area is located on the Clock Tower Quay, near Hangar 16. Acessible from Spring to Autumn.
The Promenade Fleuve-Montagne is a pedestrian link between Montréal’s two iconic natural features, the St. Lawrence River and Mount Royal. Details
The Old Port hosts more than 10 works of public art. Can you find them all?
Archaeological site of United Canada
From July 18 to the end of October 2017, archaeological digs and an outdoor exhibition will take place at the heart of the remains of the Montréal parliament, which still lies beneath the ground in Old Montréal. Details
Wintering mobile app
Showcasing a hundred archived images, Wintering takes users on an augmented reality quest set to the beat of the port’s winter season. Details
History of ships at the new port terminal
To celebrate the 375th anniversary of Montreal and the 150th anniversary of the Canadian Confederation, the Port offers you the opportunity to sail back in time to relive the milestones in Montreal’s rich port history. Details