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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
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Montreal in the fall is great and one of the best things to see is the Botanical Gardens. (C$ 21) Get there by boarding any bus taking you to any Metro and then taking the Green Line towards Honoré-Beaugrand stepping out at the "Pie-IX Metro...More
The place is huge. We will have to return. Wonderful green house exhibits. Outdoor walks through natural exhibits which have been cultured for years. Well worth your time. Expect to walk a lot.
Seasonal exhibits add to,the need to return.
It rained during our visit but we really enjoyed the place!! Love the garden a loooot!! Flowers didn’t bloom much coz it’s fall, could’ve added other types of flowers..Could’ve add concrete pavements in times of rain so we won’t soak our shoes😞 very interesting insectarium😁...More
This is a lovely place with lots of different garden spaces but it’s very confusing and lacks clear signage.
The greenhouse areas were rather dull compared to other gardens we have visited and suddenly the route was closed off meaning we had to retrace steps...More
If we were on our own we would most likely not have visited this site, but we were with a guide who recommend this garden to us. It's a truly amazing place to visit. Most interesting to us were the Japanese an Chinese Bonsai gardens,...More
Well worth the visit. Right next to the 76 Olympic Complex and what a beautiful place. The Japanese and Chinese Gardens are must see's and my son, who is 3, was absolutely amazed with the insectarium. If you have young children, traveling or not, this...More
By world,standards for botanical gardens, this one would not get into the top ten in my humble opinion. Much preferred the environment of Parc Mont Royal. There is a charge to enter the gardens here. Not so in the Parc Mont Royal.
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.