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Along with the Biodome (closed for renovations until summer 2019) , the Insectarium and the Rio Tinto Alcan Planetarium, the Botanical Garden is part of the Montreal Space for Life, Canada's largest natural museum science complex and Montreal's top...more
Garden was an unexpected treasure located near the Expo and easy to get to on the train. Exhibits and flowers are beautifully manicured with vibrant colors and scents. A highlight in Montreal. This is a must see.
My husband and I were pleasantly surprise by this beautiful botanical garden. So many thing to see so schedule at least a half a day. The greenhouses are meany and wonderful. The Japanese, Chinese, and First People Gardens are all great. The Insectoruium is an...More
We walked around the edge of these gardens for a long time struggling to find the entrance. We were met by other tourists having the same trouble. Once we found the entrance we did not actually have time to have a proper visit so there...More
A large and beautiful park, an easy walk from the Metro. There’s a wide variety of gardening styles. And it’s a great place to just stroll around. Very nice café too. We were disappointed with the Insectarium. While the park was not particularly crowded, the...More
I didn't know what to expect and I was pleasantly surprised by the Botanical Gardens. The Japanese Gardens were the most interesting, calming and thought-provoking to me and my partner. But there were so many other cool parts including the small, New Zealand, vertically-positioned rock...More
Rosemont-La Petite-Patrie has one of Canada's most prominent Italian communities, with Little Italy concentrated along the convivial bends of Saint-Lawrence Boulevard. Known for its fantastic bars and authentic Italian fare, the domain includes the Jean-Talon Market, the largest public market in North America. Open year-round, sunny months see fruit and vegetable stalls set up outside the main chalet, while
blustery weather draws crowds indoors to meat and cheese sellers, spices and truffles stalls, and for regional delicacies such as rare Charlevoix lamb. While the market dictates what's fresh for local restaurateurs, visitors can please more than their palates, taking in the Renaissance architecture and frescos of Madonna della Difesa, the picturesque Rue Saint-Rominique with its cheerful homes and splendid gardens, or the ornamented thoroughfare of Plaza Saint-Hubert.