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If you are looking for something other than the ordinary run-of-the-mill sightseeing tours, then consider the Old Montreal Ghost Trail. A historical mystery tour set in Montreal's French colonial days, the tour includes some of the city's most famous ghosts. Other tours include the New France Ghost Hunt and Montreal's Historical Crime Scenes. Tours are in both English and French.
Located in the Bonsecours Market, Art et Antiquités Medius represents the rich heritage of Canada. The unique selection of Inuit, Amerindian and Quebec art reflect the cultural diversity. European paintings from 17th and 19th Century and antique furniture from 18th-19h Centuries feature among the showcased collection. Connoisseurs and art lovers can't stop admiring the frameworks of art. This place is ideal for locals and tourists who have an eye for art.
By the Quai de l'Horloge, on the prominent rue Saint-Paul lies de la Commune Hall. Situated inside the Marché Bonsecours, this multi-purpose hall is draped in elegant simplicity and subtle sophistication. As a part of the Marché Bonsecours, one can expect this hall to be fully-equipped, with state-of-the-art facilities and excellently smooth service. The hall has two levels, one is the mezzanine level, and the other is the first level. Thus your caterer can find great ease in executing the cuisine for your event. The de la Commune Hall can be used for a range of business events as well as private events. Just a preview of the grandeur of the hall, set overlooking the Vieux-Port, would be reason enough for making it the venue for your next event. Please see the website for further information.
Located in the cultural and tourism heart of Old Montreal, this neoclassic building dates from the mid-18th Century. It has been home to a city hall, a reception center, and public markets. In fact, following an 1849 fire in the Parliament Building, it became the seat of the United Canada Government. Today, following two restorations, the silver-domed building is used as an exhibition hall. It teems with sidewalk cafes, boutiques, souvenir shops and fine arts galleries. You will find everything from maps to fashion accessories and First People's art.
As the name implies, this gallery, located in the beautiful and historic Bonsecours area of Old Montreal, presents ceramic art both from recognized artists from around the world and recent graduates of the center's own school. The pieces are for sale at reasonable prices; watch for group exhibitions from Quebec ceramists, rotated on a semi-annual basis, and year-round student exhibits. This is a great place to find that unique ceramic gift for that special person.