Our suggestions for guided tours in Montréal

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There’s no better way to discover (or rediscover) Montréal than with an expert certified guide. Explore a neighbourhood’s culture, art or history on foot, by bicycle or even on a scooter! Here’s where  to book your next tour with a certified guide.

16/42 tours

Montréal | Schedule: all year round

Stroll through Montréal's many different neighbourhoods on a guided tour with 16/42 tours. Whether it's Mile End, Old Montréal, downtown or Parc-Extension, there's a tour for everyone. Plus, children under 12 can come along for free!

For more information and to make a reservation, visit their website.

Aventures H2O

2727 B Saint-Patrick Street | Schedule: May to Septembre

Navigate the waters of the Lachine Canal or the St. Lawrence River by kayak with Aventures H2O. Beginners can take the two-hour introductory kayaking course, and rentals of pedal boats, kayaks, electric boats and canoes are available on site.

For more information and to make a reservation, visit their website.

Montréal en Wheels (Ça Roule Montréal)

27 De la Commune Street East | Schedule: May to October

Since 1995, Montréal On Wheels has been offering a variety of themed bicycle tours of the city.  Choose from a classic city tour, an architecture tour, a tour for families with young children or even a gourmet bike tour. Montréal On Wheels also gives you the option of following their tours on a standard or electric bike, and they offer bike rentals by the hour or by the day. Their guided tours are available in several languages, including Spanish, German, Portuguese and Italian.

For more information and to make a reservation, visit their website.

Dyad

80 Prince-Arthur Street | Schedule: all year long

Strap on your helmet and hop on an electric scooter for a guided tour of Montréal! Dyad offers two city tours: “Montréal's Essentials” and “Insta Worthy”. The three-hour tours include basic training on the scooter, the rental of an electric scooter, a snack and the services of a  certified guide. Rental and purchase of electric scooters are also possible.

For more information and to make a reservation, visit their website.

Fitz & Follwell

1251 Rachel Street East | Schedule: all year long

Treat yourself to an authentic experience with Fitz & Follwell. By bike or on foot, certified guides will help you discover Montréal like a local. Interested in a bike tour to see the city’s  hidden gems, or a tour on foot to uncover the secrets of the underground pedestrian network? Fitz offers private tours suitable for every member of the family.

For more information and to make a reservation, visit their website.

Guidatour

360 Saint-François-Xavier Street | Schedule: all year long

In business for 36 years, Guidatour specializes in guided tours of all kinds, from Old Montréal and murals to spooky ghost tours. They also offer services in several languages (French, English, Spanish, Portuguese, German, Mandarin, etc.).

For more information and to make a reservation, visit their website.

Héritage Montréal

100 Sherbrooke Street East | Schedule: Summer and online

Heritage Montréal offers a range of online virtual tours, in French. Whether it's their ArchitecTours 2020, their guides' favourites, or their neighbourhood treasures, check out their online platforms to find out more. Best of all, it's free! Their in-person ArchitecTours will be back in summer 2021.

For more information and to make a reservation, visit their website.

Local Montréal Food Tours

Montréal | Schedule: all year long

Foodies will love discovering the cultural and culinary richness of Montréal neighbourhoods with Local Montréal Food Tours. Follow the guide to take in the sights and flavours of Old Montréal and Mile End, and learn about the city's eclectic gastronomy scene.

For more information and to make a reservation, visit their website.

Haunted Montréal

Montréal | Schedule: all year long

Looking for something a little spooky? Haunted Montréal specializes in thrilling ghost tours, both in-person and online. Join up with a walking tour or curl up at home with a virtual tour of the city's creepiest places and stories.

For more information and to make a reservation, visit their website.

Museum of Jewish Montréal

4040 Saint-Laurent Blvd.| Schedule: all year long

Discover Montréal's Jewish community through its culture, food and history on a private walking tour with the Museum of Jewish Montréal. Guided by a museum researcher, the various tours are available for groups of up to eight people. There are currently six themed tours, but gourmet guided tours will soon be available!

For more information and to make a reservation, visit their website.

Le Petit Navire

Quai Jacques-Cartier | Schedule: May to September

Climb aboard the Petit Navire for a relaxing boat ride by the Old Port or on the Lachine Canal. A partner in the City of Montréal's Sustainable Development Plan, the Petit Navire will show you the city from a whole new angle. Tours last from 45 minutes to 2  hours, and private tours can be arranged. 

For more information and to make a reservation, visit their website.

Quartier des Spectacles

Quartier des Spectacles | Schedule: June to October

Learn about the evolution of this colourful neighbourhood from its vast public space to its ephemeral installations and festival stages we know today. A certified guide will tell you about the many cultural institutions and performance venues in the district. Best of all, tours of the Quartier des Spectacles are free!

For more information and to make a reservation, visit their website.

Spade & Palacio

3201 B Saint-Denis Street | Schedule: all year long

Known for their "non-touristy" tours that let you experience Montréal like a local, Spade & Palacio offers guided tours, on foot or by bike, in several neighbourhoods. Stroll through the streets and alleys, and dive into the creative spirit of the city and its eclectic street art. Their private tours are great if you are looking for a made-to-measure experience.

For more information and to make a reservation, visit their website.

Round the Table Tours

348 Argyle Street | Schedule: all year long

For a culinary adventure in Montréal, choose one of the guided tours offered by Round the Table Tours. With some 10 mouth-watering gourmet tours, you’re sure to find the one to suit your tastes.

For more information and to make a reservation, visit their website.

Écomusée du Fier Monde : Circuit urbain - de Amherst à Atateken

2050, rue Atateken - Horaire : d'août à septembre 

Avec un guide de l'Écomusée du Fier Monde, parcourez la rue Atateken (toponyme mohawk qui signifie « frères et sœurs ») pour découvrir le quartier Centre-Sud et ses alentours. La visite guidée permet de se familiariser avec son patrimoine, son histoire et sa toponymie.

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