Mont Royal welcomes you twelve months a year, seven days a week!
Purchase gifts of an educational nature or unique souvenirs of Mont Royal at this new point of sale operated by Les amis de la montagne.
The new Mont Royal exhibition is displayed throughout historic Maison Smith, inviting visitors to discover the mountain's historic, landscape and built heritage, as well as its flora and fauna. Through dynamic exhibits, historic photos and mural illustrations, artefacts, audio-visual elements, interactive games and touch-screens, "Mont Royal, A Territory to Discover" offers visitors the opportunity to familiarize themselves with the mountain territory prior to heading outdoors. Free admission.
Les amis de la montagne are pleased to partner with Heritage Montreal to mark the UNESCO International Day for Monuments and Sites, held under the theme "The heritage of sport”.
Mount Royalhas always been an inexhaustible playground for Montrealers. Whatever the trends or the seasons, the mountain offers to every generation the opportunity to have fun, to train or to become a top athlete. From the renowned Club sportif MAA to the slopes of Beaver Lake, discover during a walking tour, the rich history of sport on Mount Royal.
Saturday, April 16 from 2 to 4 p.m., in French
Meeting place at the Club sportif MAA Montréal, 2070 rue Peel
By reservation only, 514 843.8240 ext. 0
Free admission, rain or shine
Photo 1 : Sliding and Skiing at Mount Royal Park, Ancient postcard, Les amis de la montagne Collection
Photo 2 : Horse Riding on Mount Royal, 1953, Jocelyne Lavoie Collection
The full programme of activities for the International Day for Monuments and Sites is available on Heritage Montreal’s website.