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Jardin Botanique de Montréal, Montreal

Huge and stunning botanical garden, featuring numerous themed gardens.

Huge and stunning botanical garden, featuring numerous themed gardens. Home to the annual Chinese lantern festival every autumn. During winter only the greenhouses are open to visitors.


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About Jardin Botanique de Montréal

 4101 rue Sherbrooke est

 +1 514-872-1400

 espacepourlavie.ca

Jardin Botanique de Montréal and Nearby Sights on Map

Insectarium

The Insectarium is a museum centered on the insect world

Stade Olympique

Built for the 1976 Montreal Olympics, this amazing and controversial building's tower (from which the roof is suspended) is the world's tallest leaning structure

Planetarium Rio Tinto Alcan

Saputo Stadium

Le Musée du Château Dufresne

Biodôme

The former Olympic Velodrome is now a showcase of different ecosystems

Marché Maisonneuve

Maison de la culture Frontenac

Cultural centre in Sainte-Marie

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

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)