Montreal Could Be First City To Transform Their Olympic Stadium Into An Amusement Park

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Montreal Could Be First City To Transform Their Olympic Stadium Into An Amusement Park

Consider for a moment the Olympic Stadium.

The Big O, the Big Owe, The Giant Toilet Bowl, The Eye of Sauron...

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...whatever you want to call it, one thing most of us can agree on is that we either need to figure out what to do with it or we need to get rid of it.

So let's forget about all the extra financial drama Montreal's Olympic Stadium has caused over the years, because despite all of that, we would still be faced with one big problem: What the hell do we do with it?

Every idea you could think of has been suggested in the past.

Some people suggested the tower be turned into a giant ski jump.

Other have suggested water-parks, giant ice rinks, golf courses, go-kart tracks, indoor ski hills and everything in between.

Recently, we featured an indoor amusement park in one of our articles and one of the top comments from one of our readers was:

Now, before you start yelling about La Ronde not wanting any competition. Let me just quickly remind you that there used to be another amusement park in Montreal, Belmont Park.

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So Montreal can handle 2 parks.

Second, La Ronde is only open in the summer, but this could stay open year round!

Maybe we can even fill it with all those rides La Ronde retired which we all loved so much. Remember L'Ovni?

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Do you have any suggestions on what to do with the Olympic Stadium?

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