There's so much history embedded in Montreal, even just walking around the city, you can see it for yourself- historic buildings, and statues. It is especially apparent when you're walking through Old Montreal- where you feel taken back in time, with cobblestone roads and remarkable buildings.\nREAD ALSO: Video Showing Massive Truck Accident On Highway 40 Today In Montreal\nSo why not be transported to the past, celebrate Montreal's history and feel like you're a part of it?\nView this post on Instagram A window on the past... . . . #echoesofthepast #bostoniansociety #reenactorsofinstagram #boston #livinghistory #1765 #shoeblack #shoeshine #streetscene #streetphotography #streetscape #freedomtrail #freedomtrailboston #sandbycomestolife #sandbyscene #paulsandby #18thcenturymarket #18thcentury #18thc #windowonthepast A post shared by Elizabeth (@sew_18thcentury) on Aug 17, 2017 at 6:23pm PDT\nWell you most certainly can be transported back in time!\nWith the help of this 18th century themed public market that occurs every year and is hosted by the Pointe-à-Callière Museum in Old Montreal. This year is special because it marks the event's 25th anniversary and it's FREE!\nWhat a great event to bring your family, friends or even peruse by yourself and be transported back to New France this weekend- August 25th, from 10am-8pm and 26th, from 10am-6pm.\n@susanneweissenbergerembedded via\nThere's so many historical activities that you can enjoy at this historical market, including entertainers, merchants (cheese, jams, ciders), historical costumes, and street performers.\nThere will be certain events you won't want to miss:\nSaturday August 25th:\n10:30am- Food at the time of New France\n1pm- Society of French-Canadian genealogy\nSunday August 26th:\n10:30am- Dress according to his rank: the clothes of our ancestors in New France\n 1pm- Society of French-Canadian genealogy\nFor more information you can visit their facebook group or website.