Spring is almost upon us and all Montrealers are warming up with joy. This 3-month period in our calendar is really only a 1-month bridge in Quebec allowing us to pass from winter to summer. We are getting ready to spend more time outdoors and Montreal has a lot of activities and festivals during the spring. We have chosen for you to share someone who we believe will please the whole family. You just have to find a romantic room or a family room depending on the need.
22nd to 25th of March 2018
Metro De l’Eglise
Are you a fan of maple? For the 8th consecutive year Cabane Panache and Bois Rond invites you to celebrate maple with your family. Located in Verdun, the camp of wood will offer you candy, music and traditional gastronomy. Comedian Rémi-Pierre Paquin will be the spokesperson this year while more than 80,000 enthusiasts will be expected.
March 23 – April 27, 2018
463 Sainte-Catherine Street West
Ready to dance like crazy on rock-roll? The Balcon presents a strong swing and remembrance night with hits from the stars of The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, The Temptations, Johnny Cash, Stevie Wonder, Bill Withers and many other great names. Taken over by the talented band The Heads, the successes of the sixties are back to make us dance this spring.
Feb 22 – Apr 29, 2018
4101 Sherbrooke Street East
Nice weather and butterfly go so well together. So what’s more spring than to go to the discovery of thousands of butterflies. The Montreal Botanical Garden invites us to admire the beauty of all these butterflies and their habitat. You will also have the chance to admire the kinetic sculpture of the artist Andrea Williamson your arrival.
March 15 – Apr 16, 2018
Quai Jacques Cartier
We never have enough of maple! And yes another maple festival, we are in Quebec so why not! A beautiful sugar shack will be set up at the Quai du Vieux-Montreal to give the passer-by the beauty of maple. Grand Chef Hakim Chajar invites you to discover his fabulous menu dedicated to maple for an unforgettable meal.
Old Port of Montreal
In front of Marché Bonsecours,
And after you’ve been stuffed with maple syrup in Old Montreal, do not hesitate to take a ride on the Ferris wheel and skate before the snow melts. A real paradise for lovers and toddlers, the island Bonsecours offers an evening full of romance and sensation.