Montreal in November might sound like a chilly experience but there’s plenty to enjoy, indoors and out!
- the unique and exciting “underground city” – over 32 km of interconnected tunnels winding through shops (including several malls), eating areas, museums, the metro, you name it!
- Montreal Fine Arts Museum
- MAC Contemporary Art Museum
- Montreal is known for bagels (you can settle the feud between the two long-standing shops)
- Fairmount Bagels at 74 Avenue Fairmount West
- St-Viateur Bagels at 263 Rue Saint Viateur West (a block apart)
- Poutine – 24 hours a day at La Banquise 994 Rue Rachel Est or try Maamm Bolduc at 4351 Avenue de Lorimier, both a bus number 24 ride away
- Schwartz’s smoked meat—a Montreal staple—3895 Boul St-Laurent
- www.mtlblog.com – ‘Best of Montreal’ offers plenty of ideas about restaurants/coffee shops to try
- montreal.eater.com – ‘Eater 38’ and ‘Heat Map’ offer links to recommended restaurants with a map display
- http://www.roastedmontreal.com/visitors-to-montreal-where-to-eat-html – offers restaurant suggestions with comments about whether they would be kid friendly
- https://www.google.com/maps/d/viewer?mid=1URnKHISm2efn1tCPTGJa_O_QPrI&hl=en – Montreal Coffee Map (independent coffee shops)
Fun for everyone!
- Indoor skating at 1000 de la Gauchetiere
- Botanical garden/Biodome/Planetarium – 4101 Rue Sherbrooke E, just a quick hop on the green metro line to get to this incredible space for children and adults alike
- Find great deals for the whole family for use in your adventures around Montreal