The Cathedral of Mary Queen of the World is a smaller but still magnificent version of St Peter’s Basilica in Rome. The architects...
Constructed of polyester resin, Raymond Mason’s sculpture of 65 people is one of Montréal’s most photographed pieces of public art. The...
Cathédrale Christ Church
Montréal’s first Anglican bishop had this cathedral built (modeled on a church in Salisbury, England) and it was completed in 1859. The...
Le Vieux Dublin Pub & Restaurant
The city’s oldest Irish pub has the expected great selection of brews (about $6 per pint) and live Celtic or pop music nightly. Curries...
The original Beaver Club was formed in 1785 by a group of Montréal fur barons, and to join you had to have wintered in the Northwest...
Lonely Planet review
Try pre-dinner drinks with the glam set on the 43rd floor – the romantic skyline never disappoints. Serious cruising goes on among the office crowd of 30-somethings.