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Carré Saint-Louis, Montreal

A smaller park, Carré Saint-Louis is at the east end of the Prince Arthur pedestrian mall, next to rue Saint-Denis.

A smaller park, Carré Saint-Louis is at the east end of the Prince Arthur pedestrian mall, next to rue Saint-Denis. Though a fraction of the size of either Parc LaFontaine or Parc du Mont-Royal, it is a popular and scenic local destination. Two fountains, bike paths, and easy access to a number of restaurants and shops provide a comforting background and a relaxing setting. On a side note, many of the gags on the television show Just For Laughs are performed in this park. The park is also notable for the colorful Victorian rowhouses that surround it.


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About Carré Saint-Louis

 Le Plateau-Mont-Royal, Montréal, QC, Canada

 +1 514-872-0311

 ville.montreal.qc.ca

Carré Saint-Louis and Nearby Sights on Map

Place Roy

Public art piece in a small square featuring a stone map of the world and several scattered bronze chairs

Cinéma Cineplex Odeon Quartier Latin

Showcases mostly mainstream Hollywood films, all dubbed in French

Grande Bibliothèque du Québec

The inviting, super-modern home to the Bibliothèque et Archives nationales du Québec, a massive library housing four million works

Théâtre Saint-Denis

Performing arts centre with two halls

Écomusée du fier monde

A museum focused on the industrial and working-class history of Montreal (the name literally translates to ''Ecomuseum of the Proud People''), particularly of the surrounding Centre-Sud district (basically the modern-day Le Village and Sainte-Marie neighborhoods)

Théâtre de Verdure

Three-thousand seat outdoor theater open for a summer program of dance, music, movies, and theater

CinéRobotheque

Watch one of their 9000 films at their personal touch-screen viewing stations or try your hand at film making and animation in one of their workshops

Parc Lafontaine

Located in the eastern part of the Plateau, the park is well-manicured and includes an artificial lake, bike paths, sporting facilities, and an outdoor amphitheater

Cinémathèque québecoise

Modern theater complex with 17-screens (most shows in French only), cafe, restaurant and bar

Centre de Design UQAM