Explore the Old Port

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Village by the locks

More than 70 units on land and on water for those seeking a little adventure in the heart of the Old Port.

Dic Ann's

Dic Ann’s original hamburgers and spicy sauce — a Montréal taste sensation

Rodeo-style Speedboating

Ever faster and farther, these high-speed boats will take you on a wild chase along the river.

Guided Fishing Tours

Discover the beauty of the mighty St. Lawrence over a day of fishing or on a private cruise.

Le Petit Navire

Check out this environmentally-friendly ride! Come aboard one of these electricity-powered boats and enjoy a charming excursion along the Old Port and Lachine Canal.

Wintering

Showcasing a hundred archived images, Wintering takes users on an augmented reality quest set to the beat of the port’s winter season.

Trains-Trains

A fun adventure for the kids and a small break for the parents.

Scena

Chez Leon, a holiday tradition

Clock Tower Beach

Enjoy Montreal’s urban beach for a little break or for the whole day!

Muvbox

All through summer, Muvbox will feature Quebec products, inclu...

Taco box

Our Montreal multicultural inspired tacos will delight you

L'horloge

Come enjoy the lounge-style cocktail hour with both your fee...

sub sub

Sub sub offers four choices of delicious submarines

SOS Labyrinthe

A memorable adventure to experience with family and friends.

Montréal Science Centre

Located in the heart of the Old Port, the Montréal Science Centre is a choice destination for families.

Voiles en voiles

Voiles en Voiles offers outdoor activities in the 18th century world of Pirates and Royal Ships.

Clock tower

The Clock Tower is a multi-purpose building. Over the years it has served several roles: to honour the memory of lost sailors, to mark the entrance to the port, to conceal neighbouring storage sheds, and, of course, to indicate the time!

Decalade

Quench your thirst for adventure with this one-of-a-kind experience

Natrel Skating Rink

Want to stretch your legs? Come and do a few turns on the Old Port Natrel skating rink! This skating rink is well-known for the quality of its ice (outstanding!) and for its beautiful views of Old Montreal.

Cité Mémoire

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

Directions

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King-Edward Quay

King-Edward Quay

Spaces: 525

At the Montreal Science Centre

Clock Tower Quay

Clock Tower Quay

Spaces: 788

Access via Berri St. or De la Commune heading west