Family Activities

  • Mon, Jul 6, 2020

  • It is with great excitement that we announce the partial reopening of Upper Canada Village on Wednesday, July 1st, 2020. We have been waiting with open arms to welcome you back! As things return to some sense of normalcy, we will continue to bring history to life so that we may learn from our past. Nothing has been able to stop us from dreaming about our visitors, your anticipation and your smiles!…

    Cost: General Admission $13

    Where

    Upper Canada Village View map
    13740 County Road #2,
    Morrisburg, K0C 1X0, ON, CA
  • Climb aboard life-size replicas of a royal and a pirate ship of the 18th century of over 100 feet long and hang onto one of the aerial adventure courses ranging from 2 feet to 35 feet high, climb the wall of the Pirate's ship or run through the inflatable playgrounds. Schedule may vary depending on weather conditions. Purchase of tickets on the Voiles en Voiles website mandatory.

    Cost: Various packages available. See website for details. Tickets must be purchased online, in advance

    Where

    The Old Port, Place des Vestiges View map
    de la Commune,
    Montreal, H2L 5C1, QC, CA
  • Rent an eco-friendly pedal boat and spend some time on the Bonsecours Basin. Maximum capacity: 2 adults and 2 children

    Cost: $24.35 for 30 minutes, $37.40 for 60 minutes

    Where

    The Clock Tower Entrance View map
    333 rue de la Commune W.,
    Montreal, H2Y 2E2, QC, CA
  • The biggest water park in a mountain setting is preparing its opening. The park benefits from many acres of land and a wide variety of activities built into the mountainside, to keep the whole family refresh this summer! the mountainside make this a unique, unparalleled location. Enjoy a variety of water slides and rides, as well as access to Parc F.U.N. Several health measures will be in place to assure…

    Cost: Starting at $20.99 per person. Children under 2 are free. Tickets must be reserved online, in advance.

    Where

    St. Sauveur Water Park View map
    350 Saint-Denis Ave.,
    St. Sauveur, J0R 1R3, QC, CA
  • Offers more than 20 activities, including wave and paddling pools for the little ones, as well as some extreme activities like the Tarzan's Rope, Grand Canyon and the Tornado for those wanting a bigger thrill. Mountain activities include aerial course, mountain biking, gondola rides, disc golf, climbing wall, trampo-bungee, birds of prey shows, hiking, picnics, and more. Safety and preventative health measures are in place.

    Cost: Tickets start at $25. Purchase tickets online, in advance

    Where

    Ski Bromont Water Park View map
    150 Champlain St.,
    Bromont, J2L 1A2, QC, CA
  • The Super Aqua Club team has been working very hard for several months to prepare for the 2020 season and provide an amazing visit in complete safety. We are convinced that we will be able to help you enjoy the summer in a great atmosphere adapted to the current situation. Located just 30 minutes from Montreal, enjoy slides, waterfalls, beach, attractions, picnic area and much more.

    Cost: Starting at $25 per person. Purchase of online daily tickets mandatory.

    Where

    Super Aqua Club View map
    322 Montée de la Baie,
    Pointe Calument, J0N 1G2, QC, CA
  • Granby Zoo is one of the major zoos located in Canada and North America's northeast. It is home to nearly 1500 animals from over 225 different species. On site, there is also a water park and amusement park for families to enjoy. For the summer 2020 season, a variety of sanitary and safety measures have been put in place to make your visit a pleasant one. Hours of operation: Zoo 10…

    Cost: 1-day tickets starting at $10.99 . Online ticket purchase mandatory.

    Where

    Granby Zoo View map
    1050 David-Bourchard Blvd.,
    Granby, J2H 0Y6, QC, CA
  • The urban beach of Verdun is now open, when weather/swimming conditions allow. Access to the beach will be limited to 80 people at a time for a total of 45 minutes per person (subject to change as per the Montreal Public Health Branch). Swimmers are asked to arrive at the beach already dressed for swimming. Check website for all other health, safety and swimming conditions.

    Cost: FREE

    Where

    Verdun Beach View map
    4110 Lasalle Blvd.,
    Verdun, H4G 2A5, QC, CA
  • At Parc-nature du Cap-Saint-Jacques, each day is Sunday in the park. An enchanting site surrounded by shoreline, this peninsula offers commanding views of the Rivière des Prairies and Lake of Two Mountains and features a natural sand beach popular with families. After a refreshing swim and water sports at the supervised beach, visitors are ready to discover everything the park has to offer.  Enjoy hiking trails, bike paths, nature interpretation, birdwatching,…

    Cost: Beach access: adults $5, children 6-17 $3.50, free for kids 5 & under. Access to the nature park is free.

    Where

    Cap St. Jacques Nature Park View map
    21115 Gouin Blvd. W.,
    Pierefonds, H9K 1C6, QC, CA
  • Located a short distance from the historical district, the Old Port of Montreal’s urban beach offers a vacation atmosphere with its fine sand, chairs, parasols and refreshing mist. Important Please note that because of COVID-19, the Clocktower beach furniture won't be deployed (lounging chairs and tables). You can bring your own chairs, but as usual bringing your own beach umbrellas is prohibited. Bathrooms will be available during opening hours only If…

    Cost: FREE

    Where

    The Old Port Clock Tower View map
    333 rue de la Commune W.,
    Montreal, H2Y 2E2, QC, CA
  • If you have LEGOS at home, join in every Monday afternoon, on the Library's Facebook Page, to take part in a LEGO challenge. Make something new each week and share photos of your creations.

    Cost: FREE

    Where

    Online activity View map

    QC, CA

Upcoming Fun in Montreal More

Kids can partake in drawing contest

This contest is part of an Italian festival, which will be a virtual event with a plethora of concerts, documentaries, fashion shows and more

The Botanical Gardens set to reopen

As of June 15, the outdoor gardens will reopen and access will be free for kids 17 and younger until August 31.

Teen writing contest focuses on life during the pandemic

Two foundations that support youth are holding a contest in the hopes of learning about the life experiences of many teens across Canada

Sugar shack festival kicks off in Verdun

Kids can take part in food-tasting and square-dancing activities as well as learn the origins of maple syrup in Quebec

Retail store hosts fundraiser to help kids with special needs

The Artizan's shopping night will benefit Trails of Summer, a non-profit day camp in the West Island

Montreal to host international diving competition

There will be almost 100 elite divers from 14 countries competing at the FINA World Diving competition at the Montreal Olympic Park’s Sports Centre