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Windsor Station, Montreal

The Windsor Station is a former railway station that is a landmark today for its Romanesque Revival architecture..

The Windsor Station is a former railway station that is a landmark today for its Romanesque Revival architecture.


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About Windsor Station

 1100 Rue de la Gauchetière Ouest, Montreal, QC, Canada

 +1 514-395-6872

Windsor Station and Nearby Sights on Map

Bell Centre

Bell Centre is home to the Montreal Canadiens hockey team, commonly known as the Habs

Mary Queen of the World Cathedral

Mary, Queen of the World Cathedral has been modeled on the lines of Saint Peter's Basilica in the Vatican, but smaller in scale and grandeur

The Underground City

The Underground City in Montreal is the largest underground complex in the world, spanning a vast network of underground malls and passageways throughout the downtown area

Montreal Museum of Fine Arts

The Musee des Beaux-Arts or Museum of Fine Arts in Montreal has free permanent exhibitions and many prominent traveling exhibits

McCord Museum

The McCord Museum of Canadian History showcases Canadian history and heritage

Musée d'art contemporain de Montréal

The Musée d'art contemporain de Montréal is the Contemporary Art Museum at the Place-des-Arts complex, showcasing works by Canadian and some international artists

McGill University Campus

The lower section of McGill's campus is composed mainly of nineteenth century neoclassical buildings and is definitely worth a ten minute stroll

Redpath Museum

The Redpath Museum is a museum of natural history that focuses on evolution, with the collection spanning marine discoveries, geological specimen, and mounts of endangered and extinct species

DHC/ART

A privately endowed foundation, DHC/ART is a permanent location for exciting and relevant temporary visual arts exhibitions and projects

Centre d'histoire de Montréal

Covering the history of Montreal from its founding in 1535