Winter can be harsh in Montreal so it’s often not top of mind for families to consider for a March break getaway, but we found an abundance of great activities (along with, yes, heaps of snow) to keep kids happily engaged, whether they’re little tykes or easily bored teens. An added bonus: we got to feel a wee bit culturally superior by brushing up on our French.
FlightHub reviews all the different things both solo travellers and families can do in Montreal to help inform travellers about attractions within the city. Using this data we ranked our top five favourite Winter attractions for families in Montreal.
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