In compliance with updated directives from the government of Quebec, theatres, museums, movie theatres, libraries, restaurants and bars everywhere in Montreal are closed until February 8, 2021, inclusively.
While we wait to meet again, we hope you will make culture an important part of your life with the many activities available online.
- Every day from 11:30 a.m to 6:30 p.m
Getting to the Quartier des spectacles
The Quartier des spectacles is bordered by Saint-Hubert, City Councillors and Sherbrooke streets, and René-Lévesque Boulevard. Within this area, you will find 3 metro stations, 10 bus lines, 15 BIXI stations and 8 indoor parking lots.
Access for people with reduced mobility is available on-site. Please view the websites of the venues and events for further details.
NOTICE TO RESIDENTS
To receive advance notice of street closures in the Quartier des Spectacles.
Residents and workers informations
Redevelopment of Rue Sainte-Catherine Ouest between Rue De Bleury and Rue Mansfield
Beginning of April until the fall of 2020.
End of phase 1 work : fall 2021.
PHASE 1 : With just a single traffic lane, bordered by broader sidewalks and re-greened with the addition of numerous trees, Montréal’s iconic commercial strip will place pedestrians at the heart of the public space. This major thoroughfare will connect the different public places around it, including the Place des Festivals, the square in front of St. James United Church, Square Phillips, and Avenue McGill College. Phase 1 of the project will also include work on Square Philips, Place du Frère-André and the adjacent streets.
As well, existing green spaces will be consolidated to increase plant cover and create cool spaces for Montrealers during the heat of summer. This major street, which can be made pedestrian-only depending on the time of year and events, will become one of Montréal's star sites!
More information here. In french only
Wider sidewalks between Saint-Alexandre and De Bleury streets
Starting this summer, resurfacing work between Saint-Alexandre and De Bleury streets gave pedestrians access to new wider sidewalks finished in concrete pavers with granite curbs. To avoid damaging the curbs during snow removal operations, the roadway will be temporarily flush with the sidewalks this winter. Snow-removal bollards marking the border between curb and roadway have been installed every six metres to keep pedestrians safe.
Getting here by metro and by bus
The green and orange lines stop at the Quartier des spectacles. There are three metro stations:
The Quartier can also be reached by 10 bus lines.
55 Boulevard Saint-Laurent (all-night bus 363)
80 Avenue du Parc (all-night bus 365)
435 Express Du Parc/Côte-des-Neiges
427 Express Saint-Joseph
From the airport
747 Aéroport Montréal-Trudeau/Centre-ville
Getting here by bike
With its bike paths and 15 BIXI stations, the Quartier is easily accessible by bike.
Boulevard De Maisonneuve (east-west)
Locking up your bike
You can use bike racks on Clark Street at the corner of Sainte-Catherine. If you’d rather leave your bike indoors, there are racks for this purpose in the underground parking lot of Complexe Desjardins (Jeanne-Mance Street entrance). It’s absolutely free!
During festivals, bike racks are set up close to the venues.
To take a BIXI bike, view the station map >.
Parking in the Quartier
You can park on the surrounding streets, in accordance with the restrictions in effect, or at indoor and outdoor paid parking lots.