Musée des Beaux-Arts de Montréal
A must for art lovers, the Museum of Fine Arts has amassed several millennia worth of paintings, sculpture, decorative arts, furniture,...
Louis-Joseph Forget House
This Victorian mansion was built in the late 19th century for the first francophone chairman of the Montréal Stock Exchange. Forget was...
Reid Wilson House
This is one of Montréal’s finest old mansions, built in 1902 with an old coach house out back and an attached conservatory – rare...
Sir Winston Churchill Pub
This Rue Crescent staple is the go-to spot of the block. Winnie’s cavernous, split-level pub draws a steady crowd of tourists and...
This friendly little Lebanese joint scores high in popularity on the city’s shwarma circuit because of its delicious toasted pita...
1321 Rue Sherbrooke Ouest · interesting places nearby
Le Château information
This fortresslike apartment complex from 1926 was designed by the famed Montréal architects George Ross and Robert MacDonald. The style would do Errol Flynn proud: Scottish and French Renaissance with stone battlements, demons and pavilion roofs. Fossilized shells are visible in the limestone blocks.