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Built in 1655, Notre-Dame-de-Bon-Secours, is the oldest stone church in Montreal.
Built in 1655, Notre-Dame-de-Bon-Secours, is the oldest stone church in Montreal. The museum houses artifacts from the church's history and pays tribute to Marguerite Bourgeoys, Montreal's first teacher.
Reconstruction of two 19th century Victorian homes
18th century Governor's residence and gardens full of historical artifacts from daily life
Also called the Hotel de Ville, the Montreal City Hall on Place Jacques-Cartier was the first building in Canada to be constructed purely for administrative purposes
Originally a marketplace in the early 19th century, Place Jacques-Cartier is one of Montreal's most lively locales, with fine dining, art galleries, outdoor cafes, street artists and musicians all around
Government-certified Innuit soapstone carvings and historical drawings
Interactive science museum and IMAX theater
The Old Port of Montreal is a large waterfront green space on the St Lawrence river with museums, art galleries, boutiques, restaurants, and entertainment options all along the bustling promenade that was once encircled by stone walls
Also known as the '''Sailors' Memorial Clock''', the clock tower was built between 1919-1922 as a memorial to sailors lost at sea