Montreal was voted among the top ten travel destinations to visit in 2019. And even in winter it still lives up to its reputation. Winter in Montreal winter lasts for close to six months—from November to April. Although this is an extended period, there are a ton of activities for everyone—including kids.
Put on Your Dancing Shoes and Dance Away at the Igloofest
Are you a fan of electronic music? Then you should attend the Igloofest. It is one of the coolest electronic music festivals in Montreal. The festival attracts some of the biggest names in electronic music and lasts for three weekends.
Visit the Museums
Do you want to avoid the boredom of your hotel room and still keep warm? Do you love art and history? You might want to visit the Maison Saint-Gabriel Museum and immerse yourself in the colonial history of the city.
If you want to learn more about the history of the city and Canadian culture, you can also visit the McCord Museum. Do you love fine arts? Then you will relish your visit to the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts. Do you like natural history? You should visit the Redpath Museum.
Attend the Fete Des Neiges
The Fete des Neiges—or Montreal Snow Festival is not your regular festival. There is something for everyone. If you like winter sports then bring your gear because there are a variety of sports starting from skiing, winter races, snowshoeing, hockey tournaments, ice-skating and even sledge races. The festival is family-friendly, and there are a ton of activities for kids.
If you love music, there are live shows, and if you prefer workshops, they are in plenty. This event lasts for four weekends, so you have adequate time to engage in the various activities.
Do you want to enjoy a fantastic Canadian winter? You should visit Montreal.