Since midterms have just passed and you and your BFF probably need some down time, I suggest checking out this list for some crazy fun things you guys can do together for the rest of October! This list includes time to relax, crazy activities, and amazing food!

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So, hit up your BFF and get down to some serious fun business! It's time to bond, party, and most importantly chill the F out!

1. Enjoy Fall At Bota Bota For A Spa Day With Your BFF

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Price: $45 each

Ah yes, the perfect way to relax with your BFF is by treating yourselves to a spa day. Personally, I recommend Bota Bota since it is only $45 before 11 am and after 6pm for their water circuit. Not only do you relax, but you also get to see Montreal from a whole other angle with the stunning views you receive at the spa.

2. Enjoy Fall At Enso For Hot Yoga With Your BFF

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Price: $15-30 each

Another way to sit back and relax with your BFF is by doing some yoga. Yoga is a great way to relax and release stress. I suggest going to one of Montreal’s many yoga studios. By personal favorite is hot yoga at Ensō where you sweat your stress away!

3. Enjoy Fall At The Botanical Gardens With Your BFF

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Price: $30-40

For a beautiful night out and relaxing time with your BFF, I suggest going to the lights festival at the Botanical garden. It is absolutely stunning and I honestly had an amazing time. It is very peaceful and beautiful so you and your BFF can really just sit back and enjoy the beauty.

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 4. Enjoy Fall At Rouge Nail Bar For Mani Pedis

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Price: $40-60 each

Honestly who hasn’t treated themselves to a Mani Pedi with their BFF? I suggest heading to Rouge Nail Bar on Crescent for a relaxing time. They have a beautiful stress free environment and it's a great place to talk while getting some nice foot massages with your BFF!

5. Enjoy Fall At Spa Le Finlandais For A Spa Day With Your BFF

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124 Boul Labelle, Rosemère, Laval

Price: $39 each from 10 am – 6 pm

For a perfect Spa day out of Montreal, I strongly recommend checking out Spa Le Finlandais. They water circuit is absolutely amazing! They have 6 different saunas including a Russian sauna and Hammam, they also have 4 baths including arctic and thermal, and even a bubble experience! This is a great way to relax and catch up with your BFF.

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 6. Enjoy Fall At Fabergé With Your BFF

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25 Avenue Fairmount O

Price: $25-30 each

There truly is no better way to start a relaxing day than to go out for brunch with your BFF! This restaurant is a great place for the start to a great relaxing day with your BFF. I mean, who doesn't love going for breakfast in the fall!

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7. Enjoy Fall At Le Ceramic Café With Your BFF

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Price: $40-50

4338 St Denis, Montréal, QC H2J 2K8

One of my personal favourite places is Le Céramic Café. A great place where you and your BFF can create art, relax, enjoy food, and overall have fun together! You can choose whichever mold you like and the fun takes off from there!

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8. Enjoy Fall At A Cocktail Class With Your BFF

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Price: $22 – $95 per class

444 Saint-Francois-Xavier

Ateliers & Saveurs is a hands-on class led by professional chefs. You can choose to specialize in cooking divine french cuisine but, I find it super fun to go to the cocktail classes where you can your BFF will make drinks and get tipsy!

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9. Enjoy Fall Apple Picking With Your BFF

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Price:$20-40

Apple picking is honestly one of the most fun things to do with family members, especially your BFF. Montreal is home to some great apple picking locations that are fairly near to the city! So, dress cute for those BFF apple picking instas!

10. Enjoy Fall Pumpkin Picking With Your BFF

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Price: $20-40

I mean since you probably already went apple picking with your BFF, why not go pumpkin picking too! Pumpkin picking is an activity that you can even do the same day as apple picking! You and your BFF can pick the strangest pumpkins and then you can carve your pumpkins together and make some pumpkin pie. This is a great way to bond and have some good laughs at your awfully carved pumpkins.

11. Enjoy Fall And Go Pole Dancing With Your BFF

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Price: $30

50 Rue Saint-Jacques

Since you and your BFF are probably super close, why not step out of your comfort zones and try pole dancing this fall! Not only is it a great workout but it’s super fun and you will have a great time! I suggest trying Milan Pole Dance Studio where you can have fun, laugh at each other, and laugh at yourselves.

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12. Enjoy Fall And Go To A High Tea

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Price: $30-40

5326 Boul St-Laurent

Cardinal is one of Montreal's only restaurants/cafes solely dedicated to making you and your BFF a delicious tea! Their tea isn't the only delicious thing there, their finger foods are just as good. The ambiance is also superb! It's a vintage location with funky decorations and a guaranteed great time for you and your BFF this fall.

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13. Enjoy Fall At Paint The Nite With Your BFF

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Price: $50 with Groupon

Since you and your BFF probably love having fun, I suggest checking out Paint the Nite. Montreal gladly hosts multiple events at local bars. Simply go on their website and choose an event, which has a specific theme, and buy your tickets. Here, you and your BFF will drink up, paint, and share amazing memories as you look back at your beautiful fall paintings.

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15. Enjoy Fall And Go Rock Climbing With Your BFF

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Price:$25-25

1555 Rue St-Patrick

Since the cold weather will slowly be taking over Montreal, why not go indoor rock climbing with your active af BFF this fall! Rock climbing is honestly super sun and it's a great way to stay active with your BFF this fall!

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16. Enjoy Fall At The Montreal Museum Of Fine Arts With Your BFF

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Price: $30

1380 Rue Sherbrooke O, Montréal, QC H3G 1J5

The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts contains beautiful art galleries with hundreds of paintings and archaeological artifacts such as mosaics, frescoes, statues, and much more! It's a great way to enjoy a lovely day with your BFF

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17. Enjoy Fall At The Melvin Charney’s Sculpture Garden With Your BFF

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Price: FREE

1920, rue Baile, Montréal, QC H3H 2S6

Time to get your sculpting on with a picnic on a crisp fall day at Melvin Charney’s sculpture garden, which is an extension of the CCA. This garden contains multiple sculptures that you can enjoy observing over a nice picnic and a beautiful sunset! It's great for the fall!

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18. Enjoy Fall At St. Joseph's Oratory With Your BFF

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Price: $6

3800 Chemin Queen Mary

Saint Joseph's Oratory truly is a site to see! It is absolutely breathtaking and a perfect location to bring your BFF. Not only can you appreciate the inside, but also the outside of the Oratory! The whole atmosphere is stunning and perfect!

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