Passeport MTL: the only pass you need

Isa Tousignant

Give your visit to Montréal a stellar start with the Passeport MTL pass, your one-ticket access to 28 attractions—plus unlimited public transport. Available in both a 2- or 3-day formula (for $85 or $100 respectively), it represents a value of $395!

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River cruises

Use your Passeport MTL pass to explore the beautiful St. Lawrence River in a variety of formats: from a half-hour pedal-boat tour with Ecorecreo (better warm up those quads) to a more leisurely 60-minute cruise with Bateau Mouche. Want a real eyeful? Take the 90-minute cruise with Croisières AML.

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Must-see museums

Your pass will give you access to Montréal’s vast selection of museum experiences. Discover the world’s ecosystems at the Biosphere, the history of Montréal and beyond at the McCord Museum, blockbuster art exhibitions at the MMFA, contemporary art galore at DHC/ART and the MAC, and for a multimedia experience, head to the Phi Centre.

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History hot spots

Soak up the history of this beautiful city at Pointe-à-Callière museum, Stewart Museum, the Centre d’histoire de Montréal, Écomusée du fier monde and the beautiful Dufresne-Nincheri Museum in Hochelaga-Maisonneuve. At Maison Saint-Gabriel, you can experience a 18th century farmhouse as it was originally conceived, while the Museum of Saint Joseph's Oratory of Mount Royal is dedicated to sacred art.

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Family fun

There’s never a dull moment with the kids in Montréal! Use your Passeport MTL pass to go up against each other at Laser Game Evolution, or swing from the rafters with MTL Zipline. The animals will amaze at the Ecomuseum Zoo. Discover fauna and flora at Space for Life or see the view from the top of the Montréal Tower.

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That’s entertainment

What do Madonna, Drake and Charlie Chaplin have in common? They’re all at Grévin MONTRÉAL – or at least in wax form. To soak up real live action head to the Casino de Montréal, where dinner at Joël Robuchon followed by a live show is a must. And for a grand and grandiose time, head up for a bird’s eye view from the Observatoire Place Ville Marie: the vista never ends.

Isa Tousignant

Isa Tousignant, blogger

Isa Tousignant is an art and lifestyle writer based out of Montréal’s eclectic Park Ex neighbourhood. She is Contributing Editor for Canadian Art magazine and freelances full-time for a wide variety of magazines and brands. She’s also a jewellery designer and passionate about animal costumes and their role in contemporary art.

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