Ever think there isn’t much to do outside beyond picnics in parks? You’re dead wrong, Montreal.
During a ‘normal’ summer, Montrealers are used to experiencing art and spaces to lounge in downtown Montreal in-between times when crowds flood the core for festivals and performances. Now that the city’s a bit quieter than before, the public spaces in and around Quartier des Spectacles are flipping into giant terrasses for locals to visit and reclaim the rest of their summer.
From July 16 to September 6, the Quartier des Spectacles announced new measures to make the areas around the Montreal Opera House and Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal—as well as the Jardins Gamelin and the BaNQ—areas where anyone will want to spend the afternoon and evening…
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