Marché Bonsecours

Tourist attractions

Now the tourism and cultural heart of Old Montreal, Marché Bonsecours previously served as a market and city hall when it was built in 1845.

This beautiful building, with its neoclassical architecture, dominated the city for many years with its silvery cupola. Art boutiques, restaurants, and exhibitions are all available for lovers of art and culture.

Hours and further details can be found on the company’s website.

350 Rue Saint-Paul Est, Montreal, QC, Canada