The Old Port of Montréal has something for everyone
Its mission is to develop, manage and host recreational and tourist activities on a large site that is a place of fun and discovery.
Attractions - OPMC - fireworks - skating

Skating rink

Skating rink

The Old Port’s skating rink is one of the liveliest in the city. It offers easy access to this enjoyable activity as well as a breath-taking view of Montréal.

Attractions - OPMC - Clock Tower

Clock Tower

Clock Tower

The Clock Tower marked the entrance to the port of Montréal for a century. The 45-metre-tall tower has served in several capacities through history, including as a lighthouse, commemorative structure, observational deck and, of course, a clock.

Attractions - OPMC - Clock Tower Beach

Clock Tower Beach

Clock Tower Beach

Overlooking the Saint Lawrence river, Clock Tower Beach has quickly become an Old Port staple. Open seven days a week in the summer, the beach is a hotspot for visitors looking for a vacation atmosphere with a local feel.

Port d'escale marina

Port d'escale marina

Port d'escale marina

In the heart of the Old Port of Montreal and just a stone's throw from downtown, the Port d'escale Marina offers spectacular panoramic views (much to the delight of boaters!). This marina has a relaxed atmosphere and boasts 125 berths as well as modernized facilities.

Attractions - OPMC - event space

Outdoor Event Space

Outdoor Event Space

Planning a festival or concert? Contact our events team for more information on how you can rent or lease on the grounds space at the Old Port.

Summer arrives at the Old Port of Montréal

Quebec's favourite vacation destination launched its summer season with a host of activities. Many activities popular with Montrealers and tourists alike will be available seven days a week, including the Grade roue de Montréal, Bota spa-sur-l’eau, Voiles en voiles and Bateau-Mouche Montréal, with delicious foods from Terrasses Bonsecours, Marché des Éclusiers, Scena and several street food trucks. Whether on land, on the water or in the air, you don't have to go far to get away from it all this summer.

People in pedal boat at the Old Port of Montreal

Old Port of Montréal Website

Canada Lands Company is revitalizing the Old Port of Montréal for the future. Visit the attraction’s website to keep up to date with its development and for more information about the Old Port’s many exciting activities.