Sunday, May 27
2000 chemin Remembrance
Les amis de la montagne invites you to discover the historical bonds between Montréal’s Scottish culture and the mountain. In addition to a concert and guided tour, Les amis will present the self-guided tour “On the Scottish Trail” at Smith House.
Black Watch Pipes & Drums Marching Band
Celebrate Scottish culture as you enjoy a short walk through Mount Royal Park to the sound of the Black Watch Pipes & Drums.
Starting point: Beaver Lake Pavilion / Arrival point: Mount Royal Chalet
Montréal Highland Dancers
Attend a special performance by the Montréal Highland Dancers honouring traditional Scottish dance and music.
Inside the Mount Royal Chalet
Free, no reservation required
2:45 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Guided Tour: Scottish Built and Cultural Heritage
Starting point: Kondiaronk Belvedere (Mount Royal Chalet) / Arrival point: McCord Museum
In French and English - Free
Online registration required for guided tour, limited spaces.
Discovery walks are offered in English or French. Please select your preferred language as spaces are limited for each group.
During May: Mount Royal Month
Presented as part of May: Mount Royal Month, this initiative by Les amis de la montagne is carried out annually with the City of Montréal in collaboration with partner institutions on the Mount Royal territory and the support of sponsors including the TD Friends of the Environment Foundation.