Clock Tower QuayView on Google Maps
705 places in total
King-Edward QuayView on Google Maps
250 places in total
0-61 minutes: $10
62-121 minutes: $15
121-181 minutes: $20
Between 3 hours and 24 hours: 25$.
Lost tickets: $30
*Prices subject to change without notice. Taxes included.
Payment methods: Visa, Master Card and cash.
We DO NOT accept Interac.
In case of discrepancy between the information provided on this website and at the gate, the gate information prevails.
Vehicles with trailers or motorized caravans are prohibited on the site.
- Monthly parking available (downloadable contract here)
- Ask us about our corporate parking rates for your next event
King Edward Quay (Montréal Science Centre)
4 charging points for electric vehicles (free reloading). To access the charging points, you must pay the current price of a parking space, which is not included in the cost of recharging.
Free parking for holders of disabled parking permit (28 spots on both our piers) – press on the intercom button at the exit
Champ-de-Mars, Place d'Armes or Square-Victoria stations
For other options, visit www.stm.info
Lucien-Lallier station, connected to Lucien-Lallier metro station
Central Station, connected to Bonaventure metro station
Whether you’re biking, blading or walking, avoiding the hustle and bustle of rush hour and enjoy beautiful views of the city while making your way across the river. What a fresh take on public transit! Learn more
What is Wi-Fi?
Wi-Fi is the name of the technology that allows users to access a local wireless network connected to the Internet.
The Old Port’s Wi-Fi network is provided free of charge within an area along the Promenade from the Maison des Éclusiers (West) to Shed 16 (East).
How do I access Wi-Fi on the Quays?
While you are on the Promenade, simply tell your device to connect to the available network.
Next, open your Web browser. A connection page will open. You will now be able to surf the Web.
Wheelchairs available at the Montréal Science Centre box office. Free service by presenting an ID (driver's license, health insurance card, etc.).
By 2017, the public consultations will lead to a master plan for the revitalization of the Old Port of Montréal, including the Pointe-du-Moulin site and its Silo no. 5. In view of the upcoming celebrations of Canada’s 150th anniversary and Montréal’s 375th, OPMC wants to create an innovative renewal in terms of urban design, landscape and sustainability for Montréalers.
For more information please visit: planoldport.com
To ensure a safe and pleasant visit to the Quays to all its visitors, the Old Port of Montréal Corporation has implemented site regulations. The Prevention/Protection Department sees to their application.
Shirt and shoes required
Walking a pet on site is tolerated provided they are on a leash. To avoid endangering or disturbing others, we ask that persons accompanying the animal promptly pick up all droppings and maintain control of the animal at all times. Please note that animals are not allowed inside any of the buildings and are not permitted on Clock Tower Beach.
Complete regulations are available from the Prevention/Protection Department
Tel. : 514-496-0606
The mission of the Old Port of Montreal Corporation is to manage, develop, and hold activities on a large urban Site dedicated to recreation, tourism and culture, a place for fun and discovery. Within this context, the OPMC provides its millions of visitors with event programming and commercial services that may affect the noise environment.
With a view to pursuing its mission while taking into consideration the tourist and residential vocation of the historic Old Port neighbourhood, the OPMC had adopted a Noise Management Policy that defines standards and criteria for events and merchants, and other enterprises that affect the noise environment at the Old Port and its surroundings.
This policy applies to the following :
The acceptable sound level during unique outdoor events, including sound-checks, is 80 decibels (dB(A)) between 9:00 a.m. and 11:00 p.m., unless prior authorization to the contrary is obtained from the OPMC.
The acceptable sound level produced by merchants (including terraces) is 75 decibels (db(A)) inside the building and on the outdoor terrace or respecting the perceptible limit within the territory of the OPMC.
The Old Port of Montreal Corporation is a member of the Table de concertation du Vieux-Montréal, along with representatives of the Association des commerçants and residents of the neighbourhood. The OPMC works with the Permits and inspections division of the Borough of Ville-Marie to ensure that noise regulations are observed. The OPMC agrees to notify them of its event scheduling and its commercial activities in order to keep the work groups informed of OPMC activities that may affect the noise environment for visitors and residents