Top Family Attractions

Spring break activities at the Old Port

There are museums, movies, skating and more for families seeking out fun school break activity ideas around Montreal.

Canada’s first free-fly roller coaster coming to La Ronde

Riders will be sent into a tumbling free-fall full of twists, 360-degree somersaults and unexpected drops along a serpentine track

Pointe-à-Callière offers family activities during spring break

Families can take part in percussion and creative workshops or get up close to an alpaca

St. Patrick’s Day parades are festive family outings

The downtown parade will take place on March 22 and a smaller one will be held in Hudson on March 21

Urban winter park adds new attractions

Located near Angrignon metro, the park will have the longest tubing hill on the island with a magic carpet lift and new intermediate ski runs

Family activities abound at the McCord Museum

Kids can take in Ogilvy's traditional Christmas window as well as some literary and musical events

Pools transform into aquatic jungle gym

On Sundays, two Olympic Park pools in Montreal are home to giant inflatable structures kids can jump on, climb over and slide down into the water

Teens invited to enjoy a free art studio at the museum

The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts has dedicated a space for young people to try out paints, felt pens, clay, cameras, as well as computers and projectors

Circus arts company has entertaining lineup for families

TOHU will be showcasing both local stars and renowned global productions in its upcoming season with many leaps and somersaults by acrobats

Fun fall activities at Stewart Museum

Visitors can explore a new exhibition, take part in cultural activities, check out a space that provokes creativity and take part in a spooky escape game

Botanical Garden lights up the night

The lantern show highlights three cultures this fall

Parks provide free activities this fall

Several of Montreal's large parks are hosting educational talks and physical challenges