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Points of Interest & Landmarks • Libraries
Olympic Park & Hochelaga-Maisonneuve (HoMa)
What travellers are saying
- experienced he Immersion show there. was really great. the whole mall itself is unique, although, shops/restaurants closed very early. the mexican food place was very goodWritten August 28, 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- I'm a public librarian in the USA and always try to see the public libraries in the various places in the world that I visit. BanQ now tops my list as the most awe-inspiring I've ever seen. Well worth a visit for anyone.Written July 30, 2019This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Montreal’s Tourist Information Centre sits between the lobby of a grand 1920s skyscraper and Dorchester Square. It is large, well stocked with informative material for sightseeing in places large and small throughout the vast province of Quebec, not to mention some snazzy wall art. We sought some information about access to the Hautes Laurentides by public transport but the lady who spoke to us had some difficulty understanding what I was saying not just because my schoolboy French is so awful but also because her first language was, I think, neither English nor French but Spanish. She was able to
tell us where to pick up a daily coach to Saint Sulpice and Mont Teemblant but was unable to access a timetable and misread information about children’s prices for adults’. But we now know where to access the rest of the information we were searching for.Written July 25, 2019This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Located right in the midst of everything, the rink is great for a quick trip to skate. The ice is well maintained and how can you not love a Zamboni crossing in the middle of a high rise office building to take care of the ice? Building itself very lovely and non skaters have area to grab a bite while watching their family members skate on.Written January 1, 2020
- A recent addition to the Montreal library scene, Bibliothèque Marc-Favreau is warm and welcoming. Great architecture, lots of light, natural wood and an open plan make for a great space.
One highlight is the solarium, where you can sit back and read magazines and newspapers. There is even a fireplace warm you can warm up on a chilly Montreal winter's day.
The staff is most helpful and pleasant.
There is an exposition on Marc Favreau, the library's namesake.Written August 7, 2016
- This library, which caters mostly to the Montreal Jewish community is a great place to pick up a book, movie, or newspaper related to Judaism and/or Israel, and many other cultural writings.Written April 12, 2016
- This is a good place to enjoy your book. It's not a big one but pretty comfortable! There is a wifi. You can order a city card here. There are different hall for adult and for kids.Written October 12, 2018
- Very knowledgeable and helpful staff with great info and maps. Glad we made this our first stop in Montreal.Written December 1, 2023
- Nice place. Comfortable seating. Breakfast was good. Service was excellent in both French and English. The coffee machine is loud and woke me up!Written November 8, 2023
Frequently Asked Questions about Montreal
- These are the best places for budget-friendly traveller resources in Montreal:
- Bibliotheque et Archives Nationales du Quebec
- Centre Infotouriste de Montréal
- Centre de Conferences Le 1000