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Explore Montreal

Montreal’s unique mix of French and English culture affords it a unique range of sights and attractions, ideal for families. Enjoy a treat by stopping off at one of the many French-inspired patisseries to feast on freshly baked cakes and pastries, before heading off to watch the penguins and otters go about their business at the Biodome. In the evening, settle down to watch an exciting ice hockey match—Montreal has plenty to keep the whole family happy.

Things to see in Montreal

Kids will love the Montreal Botanical Garden. This expansive park has a convenient central location and children will have plenty of space to let off steam in the different gardens. Take some time to relax in the Japanese garden and learn about the popular tea ceremony, where visitors get to learn about the art of drinking tea. For an adrenalin-fueled day out, head to La Ronde amusement park. Kids can enjoy the white-knuckle rollercoasters and scary ghost train while the adults can enjoy a drink and a bite to eat in one of the slick cafés. Well known for its sports scene, sport-loving families can enjoy an ice hockey or basketball match at Montreal’s Bell Centre. Families can get hands-on with the interactive exhibits at the Montreal Science Centre—and you can also check out the educational films shown in the venue’s two movie theaters.

Family-friendly hotels in Montreal

There is a good selection of family-friendly hotels in Montreal. Most feature child-friendly amenities such as indoor pools, soft play areas, and on-site restaurants, serving up delicious, family-friendly food, with kids’ menus available to ensure everyone has something they’ll enjoy. Family rooms and connecting rooms are also available. Montreal’s family-friendly hotels range from budget hotels right through to high-end luxury accommodation. If you are looking for a little more flexibility and prefer to cater for yourself, family-friendly apartments and suites are a great option. Suites feature a kitchenette for self-catering and many have on-site restaurants and laundry facilities.

Where to stay in Montreal

The eastern edge of Montreal is more French than the rest of the city and also one of the most affordable areas. If you choose a family-friendly hotel here, you’ll have easy access to Old Montreal and China Town, with its mix of restaurants and cultures. If you want family-friendly prices but would prefer to stay in an English speaking area, book a room in one of the western-edge’s hotels. From here, you’ll be within easy reach of the university and some great cafés and restaurants. Staying in a family hotel in Montreal’s downtown district will place you closer to more of the city’s attractions.

How to get to Montreal

Both domestic and international visitors fly into Montreal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau Airport on a mix of budget and high-end airlines. The airport is located only 20 kilometers from downtown Montreal. A cab ride into the city is reasonably priced. The city’s main train station—Central Station—is served by Amtrak rail services, so it is possible to arrive from most major Canadian or American cities by train. The Gare d’autocars de Montreal bus terminal is also used by many long-distance bus operators.

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