Bring your family to le Vieux this summer for an unforgettable family vacation. Follow this guide for a readymade vacation program. Discover the historic neighbourhood and the many activities it offers, and get the most out of what remains of this quickly-passing summer season!
Every day from noon to 8 p.m., MTL Zipline is giving you the chance to make long-lasting memories at its Quick Jump, an 80-foot tall free-fall jump! Take advantage of the compelling deals they have going on – $14.99 per person, plus tax, for just the jump. Or for those more daring, try the Combo deal for $24.00 per person, plus, tax to get access to both the Quick Jump AND the Zipline!
Please note that while there is not a minimum age for either activity, participants must weigh 50 pounds at minimum and 250 pounds at maximum.
© Photo Credit 3: Geneviève Giguère
© Photo Credit 4-5: MTL Zipline
Open every day from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m., except BLACKOUT Thursdays where they close at 10 p.m., SOS Labyrinthe is a must-see for your summer vacation! Along with your kids, you will embark on a hunt for the four treasures of the longshoremen, hidden somewhere in the labyrinth, full of obstacles and dead ends! As you search, your journey will definitely be filled with euphoric cries and laughter!
Several rates are available: Individual, family, and season passes. You will be sure to find the perfect one for your situation!
Children 3 and under get in free!
Also, SOS Labyrinthe is one of the activities included in the Passeport Attraits!
Please note that all children 13 years of age and younger must be accompanied by an adult at all times inside the labyrinth.
© Photo Credit 6-9: SOS Labyrinthe
It’s summer, let’s get moving! This summer in le Vieux, we’re getting active with pedal boats and quadricycles! Until September 7th, you can rent a quadricycle or pedal boat at Écorécréo from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Explore the Old Port while pedaling along as a family and, making sure little legs don’t get tired too quickly, discover a whole new point of view of Old Port from a pedal boat in Bonsecours Basin. Young and old alike will be charmed by this jaunt next to (or on!) the river.
Do you want to try both? Luckily, you’ll get a special rate if you combine the two activities!
© Photo Credit 1-2: Thibault Caron
Sunny days have been numerous this summer, and we think 2020 is trying to set the record! One of the best ways to celebrate these beautiful days is with your two feet in the sand! Every day between 11 a.m. and 7 p.m., bring your beach chair, your umbrella, and your lunch and settle down in comfort at Clocktower Beach with its nice riverside view. Let the sound of the water soothe you as you feel the sand between your toes. To help refresh the beachgoers, Clocktower Beach has outdoor misters for your use. Children especially will love this relaxing break. Plus, it’s free admission, so why pass this chance up?