From an iconic skyscraper facing one of the city's oldest squares to a former museum hiding in plain sight as a neighborhood pharmacy, Art Deco architecture is widely dispersed across Montreal. Montreal is one of the world's great centers of Art Deco architecture; with influences from Paris and NYC and local touches that created its own distinct style
Back in the 1930s, Montreal's cultural scene was very lively with cabarets, movie houses and vaudeville theaters. Here are 5 beautiful venues that remain.
Downtown Montreal's Belgo Building houses 27 contemporary art galleries hidden behind an unassuming facade.
Throughout Montreal, small museums operated by passionate historians cover specific elements of the past. Here are 7 off-beat history museums.
Craving French specialties but don't want to buy a plane ticket to Paris? Montreal has you covered.
s/43, a World War II internment camp in Montreal remained under wraps until a recent history project at the Musée Stewart.
Located in the neighborhood of Little Italy, the church of Madonna Della Difesa happens to have a fresco with a portrait of Mussolini.
Megaphone, located in downtown Montreal through November 4th, that mixes both old school public speaking and modern technologies.
Every travel guidebook covering Montreal mentions the Underground City (a must see, they say). Due to its evocative name, visitors
It is an art gallery visited by millions each year, yet only a few people actually take the time to