Things to do

in Montréal

Just because you’re visiting Montréal for work doesn’t mean you can’t get out and experience it’s best parts.  Luckily, Le Centre Sheraton Montréal Hotel positions you central to intriguing old-world bars and restaurants, galleries, shopping precincts and attractions that will introduce you to this treasured Canadian destination.

Place Ville Marie
A major point of entry to the Underground City.  Place Ville Marie (adjacent to the hotel) consists of four skyscrapers housing major corporate headquarters above the ground, and a system of tunnels with some of the city’s best shopping, a subterranean garden and new immersive culinary experiences at Le Cathcart Restaurants et Biergarten.

Sainte-Catherine Street
One of Montréal’s main shopping streets, running parallel with RÉSO, the Underground City.  It’s a centre for fashion and dining.

McCord Museum
A museum that celebrates Montréal’s past and present life.  It is located next to McGill University

Le Furco
The former fur warehouse on Mayor Street has been converted into a hip bar and kitchen that is ideal for networking, post-meeting drinks or just getting a taste for the latest local flavors.

Old Port
The Old Port of Montréal on the Saint Lawrence River is a revitalized hub of activity with restaurants, bars, high-rope courses, mazes and, in winter, ice-skating.

Phi Centre
Dedicated to art in all its forms.  Phi is an art space at the intersection of art, film, music, design and technology.  From VR to sculpture to dance, you’ll find inspiring, thought-provoking and engaging entertainment that often defies explanation.

Explore Diverse Neighbourhoods
From the Bohemian centres to multicultural hot spots, get out and stroll Montréal’s unique neighbourhoods.  No matter the season, the city is awash with colour from Griffintown to Mile End, the result of the annual Mural Festival that brings the world’s best street artists to the back streets around Saint-Laurent Boulevard, the city’s main artery.

The Montréal Observation Wheel
Ride high above the city and enjoy breathtaking views on the state-of-the-art La Grande Roue de Montréal.  The climate-controlled gondolas keep you warm in the depths of winter and cool in the height of summer.

Pointe-à-Calliére Museum
Situated where the city was first born,  Pointe-à-Calliére Museum is Montréal’s main museum of archaeology and history.  It features artefacts from the First Nations and exhibits that show how the cultures coexisted before and when the French and British arrived.

Montréal Museum of Fine Arts
The Montréal Museum of Fine Arts is the city’s largest museum.  It features classical and contemporary arts, fashion and textiles, jewelry, glass and ceramics with masterworks by Renoir, Rodin, Rembrandt, El Greco, Toulouse-Latrec, Degas and Édouard Vuillard.

Notre-Dame Basilica
No matter your religious beliefs or persuasion, you will be awed by the beauty and majesty of the historic Notre-Dame Basilica.  Located by Saint-Sulpice Seminary Place d’Armes, it is renowned for its stunning Gothic Revival architecture and the opulent golds and blues of its intricate altar.

Montréal Symphony Orchestra
Spend the night in style at a performance by the Montréal Symphony Orchestra, the city’s premier orchestra in the Montréal Symphony House at Place des Arts.

Montréal Botanical Garden
Get back to nature at the Montréal Botanical Garden, part of Space for Life, a parkland that includes the city’s planetarium and iconic Biodôme.  Throughout the year, you can view special exhibits like the annual Garden of Light displays that happens each autumn.