Spring break: fun for kids, free for parents!
When having fun rhymes with saving. Take advantage of spring break to create family memories. Here are our top recommendations:
To play outside
Experience it during Luminotherapy ! A playground filled with outdoor art installations on Sainte-Catherine Street, on the Esplanade Tranquille ice rink and throughout the entertainment district.
Notice to young and old snowboarders: the Dillon Ojo rail park returns for a second year to the Olympic Park in Montreal. This playground for the community and freestyle enthusiasts located at the foot of the stadium will make you make your best tik tok videos!
Your Spring Break destination is Montréal en Lumière ! With a variety of activities and entertainment for the whole family, the special Spring Break program offers you a good time for young and old in the heart of downtown!
Le Récréoparc , in Ste-Catherine, which is located in the metropolitan region of Montreal, you will find the Rendez-vous Polaires: this winter village offers activities for everyone, including snow slides, festive evenings with DJs, and much more. .
On the first Sunday of the month, admission is free to some museums in Montreal, so here’s what to do on March 5.
Barbie fans won’t want to miss the Barbie Expo , which looks at the different outfits the famous doll has worn and how it’s transformed over the decades.
Starting at the end of February, the Art Souterrain exhibit showcases nearly 100 artistic projects and activities in the city’s underground network ! Discover contemporary art in 10 atypical places in the largest underground pedestrian network in the world, with 33 kilometers of tunnels and galleries. Paying additional activities are also available (guided tours, visits to artists’ studios).