Okay, guys - we made it through May long weekend, and we're running into June real quick!\nThe summer solstice may still be almost a month away, but summertime vibes are on high all over the city. Do you feel it? Can you taste it in the air? I certainly do.\nThis weekend, Montreal's Old Port is getting a jump on summer and celebrating the coming season - and it is not to be missed! At the very least, this could be your best opportunity to ride the huge observation wheel!\nREAD ALSO: You Can Rent This Luxurious Party Yacht By The Hour In Montreal\nView this post on Instagram Good night 🌙 Time ..we always feel it’s pressure.. we never have enough of it yet impatiently wait for it to pass .. so on and so forth .. what about giving time to time .. it takes time to heal .. it takes time to learn and it certainly takes time to be creative and admire the beauty it can produce .. . . . #MontrealObservationWheel..#lagranderouedemontreal A post shared by Marya Samman (@maryasammanphotography) on May 22, 2018 at 8:39pm PDT\nThe giant Ferris Wheel has made a home at the Old Port of Montreal for the past year. It is the biggest Ferris Wheel in Canada, and hands down the best way to take in panoramic views of our stunning city.\nMontreal's Observation Wheel is similar to The London Eye in England, which I, personally, have dreamt about experiencing since I was a young kid. To think that it has taken me this long to check out Montreal's giant wheel is disappointing.\nWell, consider me woke - I will finally be checking out this spectacle this weekend, and so should you!\n@sarm515embedded via\nFor one day, only, Montreal's Old Port is celebrating summertime and offering a ton of wicked deals on their attractions to the public - including the giant observation wheel.\nA ride around this goliath of a Ferris Wheel would usually run you over $20, but on May 26th you'll be able to ride Montreal's new tourist classic for only $10.\nYes, that's right - $10! Less than the average price of a movie, or a couple drinks out at a pub. P.S. there is a bistro and bar on-site, and you can drink your beverages while riding.\nHere is what you'll want to remember:\nWhat? Montreal's Giant Observation Wheel\nWhen? May 26th, 10:00 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.\nWhere? 362 de la Commune St E, Montreal, QC H2Y 0B4\nHow Much? $10 - only on May 26th.\nTickets must be purchased on site, and tickets will be valid from 10:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. for riders on the 26th.\nIf you ever wanted to take in all of Montreal panoramic splendor, then this weekend is totally for you - and I'll see you there!\nMontreal's Old Port will be celebrating the launch of their summer season, and you can read more about that right here.