"Historic Commerical Center in a Landmark" Old Montreal Tip by yooperprof
Old Montreal, Montreal: 14 reviews and 24 photos
The Bonsecours Market is a must-see on any Montreal visit, because it combines insights into the fascinating city's past, present and future. Designed by prominent architects George Browne and William Footner, and opened in 1849, the market's shops and stalls feature a wide range of furniture, crafts, and clothing, as well as a range of cafes and restaurants. Moreover, space inside the halls may be rented for conferences, weddings and other occasions.
The handsome silver dome is a familiar landmark in this part of Montreal.
Address: 350 Rue St. Paul
Theme: Local Craft
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