Great place for a hike and see Montreal. Bring a stroller or just walk around with kids. And it's free!
A big botanical garden where your kids can run around and get amazed by all sorts of flowers, plants and trees. It's actually too big for kids
This has dinosaurs (wow) and animals. What more do you need for kids?
Popular (sand) beach during the summer. It can get crowded so make sure to go early. Bring food (BBQ), drinks, swimwear, music & you'll all set.
5 stars with kids! Learn about the space race, go on Mars with family and much more. You can go two or three more times and there's still something for little ones
Skate with friends and family for the perfect canadian experience :)
If you like nature, camping, and outdoor activities, it's hard to beat what Mont-Tremblant has to offer. Cons: It's pricey & you need a car
For kids 2+years. It offers a breathtaking view. Protip: time your visit so you'll be there 30mn before sunset. Then enjoy the sunset, snap a few pics.
Old school amusement park with attractions for kids and adults of all ages. They need a fresh coat of paint, but it works. Make sure to have a look at weather before going.
Lots of colorful flowers, vegetables, smells for kids. They've got also good, hearty food from many parts of the world.
For kids 6-8 years+. Take pictures with celebrities, learn about history and culture and more
Birds all year-round, and small enough for kids of any age. Free entry!
This is not too far, and you can get close to small and large animals. Currently under renovation. Go there during a sunny summer afternoon!
The best fresh croissants and pastries in Montreal. Get a little bit of happiness for everyone here :)
Awesome for biking/hiking (6years+) or just having fun with water (any age)
This is currently under renovation, otherwise the Montreal Biodome showcases animals and flora from different locations all over the world.
This is for dreamers and those who want to go into space. Not really a must-see, but worth it when it's a rainy day
Popular park for sports, walking, BBQs in the summer or just relaxing.
Lots of programs for swimming, martial arts and others so your kids can learn and have new friends.
This is expensive, especially if you have large family. However they do care about animals, and there's a large waterpark that makes up for it.
Old Montreal has ice cream, musicians and danse, a science museum, and depending on the season, attractions for kids. At worse, you get fresh air :)
Offers creations with chocolate, ice cream, crepes and more.
This is mostly for older kids. If you have a kid 6 year and younger, Montreal has actually playground parks in every neighbhorhood (and it's free :)
CEPSUM has lots of programs and activities for kids. Competing Athletes from university UdeM train there.
Complexe Desjardins has always something going on for kids during festival season. They also have activities during the holiday season (december)
Montreal for kids
Montreal for kids 0 to 6 years