The Montreal Cruise Port is located in the heart of Old Montreal, the historic centre of the city founded in 1642. Montreal is the largest French-speaking city in America and has one of the most cosmopolitan populations in the world.
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from New York: None
from San Francisco: +2h
from London: -5h
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Where is locate the Port of MontréalThe Port of Montreal cruise terminal is located at the Old Port of Montreal in Old Montreal (T1, T2 and T4). The terminal was inaugurated in 2017. There are a number of activities, services and attractions nearby. Old Montreal is within walking distance of the main terminal. You can easily spend the day there and enjoy the many activities nearby. The B-1 and M-5 docks are a close by. Terminal T3 is located east of the Jacques Cartier Bridge and is used when there is are many cruise ships and especially for disembarkations and boardings.
Travelling around the port of Montreal
How to get from Montreal airport to the port
Taxis and Uber are available at the airport. The taxi ride to the city centre will cost you about $41 and to the cruise terminal $53. L’autobus 747 relie l’aéroport et le centre-ville de Montréal. Bus 747 connects the airport and downtown Montreal.
Bus 747 connects the airport and downtown Montreal.
[Private transfers(https://www.viator.com/en-CA/Montreal-tours/Transfers-and-Ground-Transport/d625-g15?pid=P00045706&mcid=42383&medium=link&campaign=montreal) are also available.
Activities in Montreal
This pass gives you access to multiple activities and rebates
The Montréal Museums Pass opens the doors to some 50 museums throughout Greater Montréal.
The Old Port is full of activity for the whole family. From renting bikes or pedal boats, to a maze and a zip line, there is certainly an activity that will please you.
There are kiosks for high-speed boat trips and amphibious buses.
You can climb into the clock tower or relax on the fine sand urban beach* (no swimming)
Enjoy an amazing panorama 60 metres high, four seasons a year, on the largest observation wheel in Canada.
This neo-Gothic basilica was built between 1824 and 1829. Admission includes a guided tour that allows you to discover the history of the parish and its majestic interiors. A sound and light show is also presented.
At 165 metres high with a 45-degree angle, the Montréal Tower is the tallest inclined tower in the world. The glass-encased funicular brings visitors on a breathtaking two-minute ride to the top of the Tower.
The construction of this basilica overlooking Mount Royal was initiated by Saint Brother André.
The harsh climate of Quebec winters contributed to the creation of an underground city in the city centre. You can wander around and shop in the shops of the 32 kilometers of corridors.
Relive more than 500 years of history through its numerous exhibits, its multimedia portrayals of historical figures (available in six languages) and its French colonial style garden.
This Chapel is the oldest in Montreal. It is possible to climb its tower to admire the city and it houses a museum about Marguerite-Bourgeoys and its influence on the development of the city.
Interactive exhibitions demystify science for young audiences. Permanent and temporary exhibitions are presented and you will find an IMAX cinema.
Pointe-à-Callière presents centuries of history from the settlements of our First Peoples to the present day. Located on a spot occupied by humans for more than a thousand years and on the very site where Montréal was founded, the Museum is home to some remarkable architectural ruins that are showcased on site.
The museum presents temporary exhibitions in addition to its permanent exhibition. In front of the museum, you can admire the glass sculpture “The Sun” by the artist Chihuly. This work is part of the sculpture garden outside the museum, which you can admire for free.
Contemporary art museum.
The McCord Museum celebrates our past and present life in Montreal– our history, our people, our communities.
This oasis of nature in the centre of the city and its illuminated cross is one of the symbols of Montreal. You can take a walk along one of its trails, relax on the shores of Castor Lake or admire a unique view of the city centre from the Kondiaronk lookout.
This floating spa is just a few metres from the cruise dock. To relax with a view of the city and the Old Port.
Space for Life is located near the Olympic Stadium and includes the Biodome, the Insectarium, the Botanical Garden and the Montreal Planetarium.
Exciting family adventure park that offers aerial obstacle courses, a climbing wall, an inflatable playground and a lot of other outdoor activities in a world of pirate ships.