Photo cred - Old Port of Montreal
With only a few days left in August, your available time to cross everything off of your Montreal summer bucket list is growing slimmer and slimmer. September may still be bright and sunny, but certain summer-essentials will be closed by the end of the month, including Montreal's infamous Clock Tower Beach.
Since the end of May, the Clock Tower Beach has been an urban oasis for many Montrealers, and while we wish it could stay open forever, reality is not so accommodating. To make sure everyone gets their beach time in while they can, the Old Port of Montreal reminded everyone of the CTB's impending closure.
The Clock Tower Beach season ends Sept 1! Come and enjoy it, it's free between 11am and 5pm! #Montreal #oldportmtl pic.twitter.com/kwFX9uT51F
— Old Port of Montreal (@oldportmontreal) August 20, 2014
Free, outdoor, and right next to one of the world's most beautiful clock towers, the CTB is the perfect spot to enjoy the final days of summer chilling. You've got ten days people, so get on it.
For more on all things Montreal, follow Michael on Twitter @MDAlimonte