Offering stunning views of Montreal, the 360° Observation Deck Place Ville Marie enables Montrealers, as well as visitors, to discover a new and unique view of the city’s main landmarks and cultural pillars. Observe the Saint Lawrence River, Mount Royal, Old Montreal, Quartier des spectacles, and the Olympic Stadium – to name only a few of the attractions visible 185 meters above ground.
The Highest Observatory of Montreal !
The Observatoire Place Ville Marie wishes to highlight its exceptional view over Montreal by means of a rich and unusual historical content that addresses this unique city’s roots and modernity. You can download our free audio-guides that will lead your visit at the Observatoire through different themes. The audio-guides last around ten minutes and are available on the Podcast app of your smartphone, or directly here on our website. Find the icon upon your arrival at the 46th floor, as a starting point for your visit. Let yourself be guided through our narrators’ voice and have a brand new look at the city. Don’t forget your headphones!
Laurent Turcot, history professor at the Université du Québec à Trois-Rivière, holds the Canadian research Chair in the history of leisure. Well-known as one of the most talented communicators of his generation, he regularly intervenes in the great medias, such as TVA, Radio-Canada and Télé-Québec, in an effort to insure the widespread transmission of history. His insatiable curiosity, vast knowledge of history, ability to synthesize and good sense of humor makes him a key reference in the field today. He is the author of Sports et Loisirs, une histoire des origines à nos jours (Gallimard, 2016), Vivre et survivre à Montréal au 21e siècle, with Stéphanie Neveu, (Hamac, 2016) and Promenade dans le passé de Montréal, with Dinu Bumbaru, (Éditions La Presse, 2017).
A large rooftop terrace lives with the seasons, events and cultural festivals held in the city.
Chef Danny St-Pierre has put together a menu starring the best ingredients the plant world has to offer – cereals, seeds, legumes and especially vegetables – for an enjoyable and appetizing experience. The luncheonette’s menu features produce of the land cooked with the same care used by the great Italian, Indian and Mediterranean cultures that have mastered the vegetarian culinary art for centuries.
At the foot of the Place Ville Marie Observatory, we raise our glasses to sandwiches and salads brimming with flavours, as well as a variety of snacks, fresh juices and coffees from « Brûlerie FARO » skillfully prepared by our baristas.
The ticket gives you access to the Observatory on the 46th floor and to the large four seasons terrace on the 44th floor. You don't need a ticket to access Les Enfants Terribles Restaurant.
|Senior (65 years old +)||18 $|
|Youth and student (13 to 17 years old, with student ID)||15 $|
|Child (6 to 12 years old)||9 $|
|Child (under 5 years old)||Gratuit|
|Day pass||22 $|
|Annual membership||50 $|
|Annual membership + 1 guest||100 $|
Visiting with a group of 15 or more?
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
No exceptional closure is planned.
|Monday to Saturday||10 AM - 6 PM|
|Sunday||11 AM - 6 PM|
|Monday to Thursday||10 AM - 7 PM|
|Friday and Saturday||10 AM - 9 PM|
|Sunday||11 AM - 6 PM|