Here's The Perfect Montreal Spring Bucket List For Couples, BFFs, Single People, & Families
It's that time of the year again when we are all caught between wanting summer and being broke thanks to school, but I have some good news. While we are all looking forward to summer, we seem to forget about how AMAZING spring is in Montreal! You can do a majority of "summer" things in the spring for cheaper and you don't have to worry about the blazing sun and being sweaty!
So, to help you I have compiled the most epic bucket list that will blow your mind! But, this bucket list varies on what type of Montrealer you are right now. So, if you are single you can hit up the singles bucket list or if you are a family you can discovery fun things to do with your kids! So, are there plenty of activities that EVERYONE can enjoy this spring!
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Couples Spring Bucket List:
1. Have A Spa Date
When you and your bae are constantly on the run trying fun new activities, us this as an excuse to go to the spa and chill out! At Bota Bota you can enjoy a relaxing time for your special someone while celebrating all the new things you have tries out!
2. Hike Up Mount Royal To See The Sunset
For romance, kissing, and looking over the whole city, I suggest hiking up to Mount Royal. You can enjoy the hike up Mount Royal during the day and then watch the sun set over the city! Afterwards, you can stay all night with your date and have a romantic stargazing wine night.
3. Have A Lowkey Date At Le Ceramic Cafe This Spring
If you want to spend spring by relaxing with that special someone, but you don't always have money to go to a spa, then head down to the Ceramic Cafe! You can enjoy a lovely painting experience with some coffee on a nice raining spring day. It's a great way to get to know that artsy and lit date of yours.
4. Go Surfing This Spring
Summer is almost here, but not quite just yet! So, if you happen to be dating a Montrealer that just can't get enough of summer, I suggest heading to Oasis Surf if you want to celebrate the nice weather! It's honestly amazing and a great way to show your bae that you still have an adventurous side.
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BFF Spring Bucket List:
1. Try Pole Dancing
If you and your BFF love trying new things, then I recommend trying pole dancing! It’s an absolute blast and a great way to share some good laughs with each other! It's also a great workout so be sure to check out Milano Pole Studio with your BFF to try something new this sppring.
2.Having Sangira On A Rooftop
My personal favorite terrasse happens to be Terrasse Nelligan located in the heart of Old Montreal. It is absolutely stunning! The views are amazing considering that the Basilica is your view from one side and the water front is your view from the other side. They have amazing fish tacos and even more spectacular sangria pitchers that you and your BFF will obsess over!
3.Have a Lowkey 'Girls Night' At Kampai
Now Kampai is legit my favorite place to go to for dinner and for a night out. You can dress it up or dress it down and you are guaranteed a chill night from the moment you walk in with your BFF. It's lowkey with pool tables and even fabulous food before the party starts! You and your BFF will dance the night away.
4.Can't Forget About Piknic Électronik
Starting May 21st, Piknic Électronik is back and it's the perfect place to party with your BFF since school is finally over! It's a great way for you and your BFF to meet new people and have a blast.
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Single Spring Bucket List:
1. Go Parachuting
Well, for those who love thrills, why not have the ultimate adrenaline rush by going skydiving! Parachute Montreal is very safe and a perfect place for the ultimate way to kick off spring and discovery your adventurous side.
2. Go To Hot Yoga
Another way to sit back and relax this spring 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. My personal favorite is hot yoga at Ensō where you sweat your stress away and pretend like you are in a rain forest enjoying some good old yoga!
3. Check Out Fitzroy
For a nice casual night out with all of your gang and no reservations, I suggest heading to Fitzroy! It's a great place to be single, enjoy the ambiance, and maybe even meet a special someone! They have a huge space that boasts plenty of pool tables, couches, video games, plants, and two bars.
4. Go To The Montreal Museum Of Fine Arts
Check out the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts for under $20 and sometimes get lucky since admission is free on the last Sunday of the month. So, take get inspired and the enjoy beautiful masterpieces while snapping plenty of pictures!
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Family Spring Bucket List:
1. Check Out The Botanical Gardens And Insectarium
For the same ticket, you and your kids can enjoy the beauty of the Botanical Gardens and the Insectarium! You can enjoy their indoor and outdoor exhibits and then have a levely picnic in the park.
2. Go Rockclimbing Together
For that sporty family, I suggest checking out Allez up every Sunday from 1-5PM! Here you can all rock climb your night away and have a blast as you watch your kinds become their favorite superhero. It is honestly super fun and a great way to try something new without traveling very far for spending over $20.
3. Biking Along The Lachine Canal
I honestly love biking with my little cousins and I honestly think it's a great way to enjoy spring while spending quality time your your fam. You don't even have to spend any money. I suggest biking down the Lachine Canal towards Atwater Market for a fun Montreal spring day with ice cream as a little treat!
2. Enjoy Going To The Food Truck Festival
Starting on May 5th, every first Friday of the month will be met with dozens of food trucks! So, if you happen to be in Montreal on the first Friday of any month this spring and summer, then be sure to check out the Olympic Stadium where all the food trucks are waiting for your food loving kids.