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Interesting Spots Inside Montreal’s Entertainment District

What are interesting spots inside Montreal‘s Entertainment District? From lively centers to iconic landmarks, you can pick some to enjoy your weekend here.

Montreal’s Entertainment District


“Quartier des Spectacles” is the name of the district in French. It means the district of shows. 

Located in the heart of the city, Montreal’s Entertainment District is home to the largest events. The district holds about 40 festivals annually. Some of the most famous are Nuit Blanche, Montreal Jazz Festival, Montréal en Lumière, Just for Laughs, etc.

In 2019, the local government decided to regenerate the whole district. They replaced empty spaces with lively city squares. They also turned the red light activity into family-friendly enjoyment.

Place des Arts – Montreal’s Entertainment District


Place des Arts Esplanade was a landmark of Montreal even before there was the district. 

This place has always been the location for holding Montreal Jazz Festival affairs since 1980. People decorated Place des Arts with sculptures, fountains, and stairs. This site, along with Montreal Contemporary Arts Museum, is on the grounds, bordering Place des Festivals.

Place des Festivals


During the summer carnival season, this place is an epicenter of Montreal. It is only a few steps away from the Metro station of Place des Arts.

Some of the largest festivals such as Just for Laughs or the Montreal Jazz Festival always use this site’s grounds to hold concerts. There are other interesting outdoor activities year-round for you to discover.

Place Pasteur – Montreal’s Entertainment District


Head to Latin Quarter on Denis Street and you will see a public square, it is Place Pasteur. The most outstanding event that occurs every year is Montréal Complètement Cirque. This circus fest happens in July and is totally free for people of all ages.

Îlot Clark


Îlot Clark is on the Parterre’s South side, just right at Ste. Catherine Street and Clark’s corner. This is another public square that serves live performances and outdoor events.

Place Émilie-Gamelin – Montreal’s Entertainment District


For many years, this place is known for illegal,g deals than family-friendly affairs as it is now.

However, at the moment, this place is home to impressive Christmas events and other special affairs. Plus, it is also one of the best terraces in the city.

Promenade des Artistes


When visiting the district, you should spend some time appreciating light shows. They are on display on the frontage of Université du Québec à Montréal’s Complexe des sciences. 

When warmer months are around the corner, people will fit musical swings to the vitrines. So, you can have a unique experience trying these melodic swings.

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