Passport is gateway to city attractions

Tourism Montreal is offering families a chance to visit the city's cultural centres and try out various attractions that have recently reopened

Photo credit: © Tourisme Montréal
Tourism Montreal wants families to discover the city and is offering a discounted passport that gives holders access to five of 14 attractions.  With the $57 Passeport MTL, families can be tourists in their own city from July 9 to August 31. The following is a list of attractions taking part in this initiative:

A/MAZE ESCAPE GAMES
One admission. Find clues, crack codes, work as a team and race against the clock to get out of some pretty sticky situations in this escape game.

One Perfect Balance Package (two sessions of two laser tag games and two bowling games per person). This giant-sized hall is home to laser tag, an escape game, bowling and VRcades.

One admission. A historical manor  that gives you the keys to Montréal’s past through collections, multimedia presentations and a garden.

One ticket. Take a ride aboard a Croisières AML cruise at the Old Port.

One admission. See how a community hygienic facility of the 1920s was transformed into a history museum.

Thirty minutes on a quadricycle and 30 minutes on a pedal boat or, one hour on a quadricycle or pedal boat in the Old Port.

One hour rental of nautical equipment (kayak, canoe, pedal boat) depending on availability at Parc Jean-Drapeau.

One admission. For the past 50 years, this museum has placed contemporary art at the forefront of the city’s cultural scene.

One admission. This museum houses unique heritage that presents Montreal’s history from its very earliest days and its founding by Jeanne Mance as well as the story of the founding of the Hôtel-Dieu and the history of the Hospitallers of Saint Joseph and their mission of caring for the sick, and an overview of the evolution of health care and medicine.

One admission ticket. The McCord Museum is a public research and teaching museum dedicated to the preservation, study, diffusion, and appreciation of Canadian history.

One ride. Strap in and soar above the Old Port on a zip line as you take in the spectacular scenery. And for the very daring, you can try free falling.

One admission. Phi is a multidisciplinary arts and culture organization that is at the intersection of art, film, music, design and technology.

One admission. Look for clues to get out of an ancient shed filled with obstacles, as you dart around traps and double back on this twisting, turning indoor maze.

One admission. Located in the heart of an urban environment, the Stewart Museum celebrates the influence of European civilization in New France and North America.

Also with each passport, holders get:

  • 10 per cent discount on bike or quadricycle rental at Parc Jean-Drapeau.
  • 10 per cent discount on guided Segway tours in the Old Port and Parc Jean-Drapeau

To purchase a passport, click here. The $57 applies to the first 10,000 passports sold, after which the regular  $95 price will apply.