Since its inauguration in 1996 under the name Molson Centre, the Centre Bell remains one of Montreal’s most popular venues. Home to the NHL Montreal Canadiens and numerous large-scale concerts, more than 1.5 million spectators visit the Bell Centre each year.

The Montreal Alouettes have played their home games at Percival Molson Stadium since 1998. Named in memory of Captain Percival Molson, a McGill University athlete and member of the renowned Molson family, he died in World War I and bequeathed $75,000 towards the construction of a stadium. Overlooking the Montreal skyline from atop Mount Royal, Percival Molson Stadium remains one of the most scenic places in Canada to watch a spectator event.

Ile Notre-Dame Race Track
Known as Montreal’s NASCAR location, this superbly engineered track on Notre-Dame island offers excitement at 195 miles per hour. Stay with Hyatt Regency Montreal for the Grand Prix this year! 

Mount Royal Park
There’s lots to do atop Montréal’s highest peak and on particularly pleasant days, you’ll find that it gets quite crowded. Locals and visitors head there for hiking, biking, and water-related activities like, View from Mount-Royal at night. Paddle-boating in the summer, and in the snowy weather, the mountain is teaming with cross-country enthusiasts, ice skaters, tobogganers, and snow- shoers.

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