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  • Les Tam Tams

    Les Tam Tams is a free music festival held on rainless Sundays from May through September; it attracts drummers, dancers, vendors, and curious visi... More
  • Les Touilleurs

    Proof that Montreal is an epicurean’s dream: this exquisitely ordered kitchenware store in Outremont’s poshest shopping neighborhood. The marble co... More
  • Librairie Drawn & Quarterly

    The shop specializes in underground comics and illustrated novels, including titles written and produced by the store’s own publishing house. More
  • Little Burgundy

    Historically home to the city’s working-class, English-speaking black community, the gentrifying, still-off-the-tourist-map neighborhood that gave ... More
  • Little Italy

    p>Italian Canadians, Montreal’s largest ethnic group, originally settled in this far-north neighborhood after WWII. Italian is still spoken here, a... More
  • Maison Saint-Gabriel

    In the western suburb of Point St. Charles, this 1668 farmstead—with a handsome stone house, outbuildings, and surrounding gardens—has been transfo... More
  • Maisonneuve Market

    Designed by Marius Dufresne and completed in 1914, the five-story Maisonneuve Market is located in its namesake district. Although historically a d... More
  • Mile End

    This ethnic enclave filled with Hasidic, Portuguese, Italian, and Greek communities has been immortalized in the novels of Mordecai Richler, who gr... More
  • Monastiraki

    Eclectic Mile End space that's one part antiques shop and one part gallery. More
  • Montreal Biodome

    Explore the four biospheres here; the Atlantic puffin exhibit is a favorite. Admission: Adults: $16 adults; Seniors: $12; Kids 5–7: $8; Kids 2–4: $... More
  • Montreal Botanical Gardens

    Spread across 180 acres just a couple of miles east of downtown, the nearly 80-year-old botanical garden is brilliantly landscaped and full of ... More
  • Montreal Food Markets

    Explore and sample imported French goods and fresh Canadian products at these four public markets; More
  • Musée de la Civilisation

    Known for its immense diversity, the Musée de la Civilisation (Museum of Civilization) combines permanent historic displays with rotating, interact... More
  • Musée des Beaux-Arts de Montréal

    For a deeper look at Canadian art, don’t miss the Beaux-Arts museum in the heart of downtown’s Golden Square Mile. There is a small (but impressive... More
  • Musée National des Beaux-Arts du Québec

    Musée National des Beaux-Arts du Quebec houses Canada’s largest national art collection. Set inside three Battlefield Park (also known as "The Plai... More

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