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Located between the Notre-Dame and Berri Streets, the Dalhousie Station is a now-defunct station that was built in 1884. One of the oldest structures in the neighborhood, the station claims to be the oldest remaining railway station in the city. Incorporated within the Dalhousie Square that was built in 2004, the place joins two important Montreal neighborhoods namely, Old Montreal and Faubourg Québec. The Dalhousie Station is also known to play host to Cirque Éloize since 2004.
A part of the Old Port of Montreal, the John Young Monument is a monument dedicated to John Young, a pioneer who played a crucial role in developing the port.
The Belvedere is a beautiful multifaceted venue on the King Edward Quay in the Montreal Science Centre. It consists of a hall, huge covered balcony and a lovely rooftop terrace. This former hangar can be used for events like corporate functions, weddings, cocktail parties, product launches and galas. The stunning backdrop of sweeping vistas of the Old Port, Old Montreal, the river and Parc Jean-Drapeau add to the beauty of this place.
Throughout the year, Quays Of The Old Port sees a lot of live action and entertainment in the form of various light festivals, concerts and other interesting events. One such place at the Quays is the Grand Chapiteau which hosts amazing circus acts by popular companies like Cirque du Soleil. So if you want guaranteed fun, then book your tickets for upcoming events at this venue.