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, 20 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 IN OCTOBER
To receive advance notice of street closures in the Quartier des Spectacles.
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The Touristic Information Area
All summer, the Touristic Information Area in the Quartier des Spectacles is the perfect place to meet our agents and visitor consultants. They can help you find activities and places to visit that perfectly match your tastes.
Touristic Information Area
June 10 to late September, 2023
Corner of Sainte-Catherine West and Clark streets
Bonjour Montréal and Quartier des Spectacles booth: daily from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Bonjour Québec booth: Tuesday to Sunday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
The Touristic Information Area is a collaboration between the Quartier des Spectacles Partnership, Tourisme Montréal and the Ministère du Tourisme.
Getting here by metro
The green and orange lines stop at the Quartier des spectacles. There are three metro stations:
*Stations with elevators
Getting here by bus
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
The Quartier is accessible accessible to people with reduced mobility.
To use the STM’s paratransit service, visit https://www.stm.info/en/para
Getting here by bike
With its bike paths and more than 20 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 your car in the streets surrounding the Quartier des Spectacles, according to the regulations in effect, or in the indoor and outdoor paid parking lots.