This huge sculpture was created by famed artist Alexander Calder for Expo '67.
Village des Neiges
This pool complex was rebuilt when Montréal scored the 2005 World Aquatic Championships. The magnificent 55m x 44m warm-up pool is open...
Hélène de Champlain
Named after Hélène Boullé, wife of explorer Samuel de Champlain, this illustrious eatery served as a pavilion of honor during Expo '67....
Pl de l’Homme · interesting places nearby
Piknic Électronik information
A large metal sculpture, L’Homme (Humankind), was created by American artist Alexander Calder for Expo ’67. It’s also here, near the sculpture, that the fantastic Piknic Électronik takes place. DJs spin techno and electronic music while you can dance or lounge on the grass.