Sainte-Catherine Street

Shopping Leisure activities Outdoor Downtown

This commercial artery has been the pride of Montreal for over 100 years. It stretches over more than 11.2 km and hosts over 1,200 businesses. It is accessible through nine metro stations and offers numerous accesses to the underground city. The western side of the street was home to affluent Anglophone neighborhoods. Towards the end of the 19th century, department stores, bank branches, and office buildings opened their doors there. The eastern side of the street developed around the 1870s. Following the installation of numerous enterprises and factories, many Francophone workers settled there. Gradually, the artery lost its residential vocation and now hosts businesses, cafes, as well as numerous cinemas and theaters.

  • Ogilvy House - The Christmas Window - The Mill in the Forest
  • Ogilvy House - The Christmas Window - The Mill in the Forest
  • Sainte-Catherine Street - Project
  • Sainte-Catherine Street - Project
  • Bus tour (Double Decker) sur Sainte-Catherine - Coach Canada (Gray Line Montréal)
  • Square Philips
  • Bus tour (Double Decker) sur Sainte-Catherine - Coach Canada (Gray Line Montréal)
  • Shopping on Sainte-Catherine Street

Services

  • Parade
  • Self-guided tour

Amenities

  • Paid parking on site
  • Shop