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13 Things To Do In Montreal This Weekend

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13 Things To Do In Montreal This Weekend

The weekend has almost arrived and that means it's time to forget about our week at work and dive into the glory of a little rest time. Fall might have made a quick appearance, but there are so many things to do in Montreal this weekend that can be done outside thanks to the gorgeous weather being predicted.

From drive-thru poutine fests to ziplining adventures, this weekend is bound to both inspire and motive you, all while making sure your belly stays full.

If ever you wanna spend it a little time on the couch, there's Montreal's International Black Film Festival for you to check out.

This weekend, why not check out one of the many thrilling things to do and around Montreal? Gotta make the most of the last bit of nice weather!

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Try A New Fried Chicken Spot

When: Opening September 25, 2020

Address: 1800, rue Ste-Catherine O., Montreal, QC; Le Coq Frit

Why You Need To Go: To taste some epic fried chicken and support a new local spot.

The Montreal International Black Film Festival

Price: $49 for all access-pass

When: On until October 4

Address: Online

Why You Need To Go: To discover new Black filmmakers from around the globe.

Enjoy Beer And Le Cheese Food Truck

Price: $15 plus tax

When: Saturday, September 26

Address: 777, ave. Lajoie, Dorval, QC

Why You Need To Go: To sip on some amazing beers, eat amazing food and celebrate an amazing local brewery.

Check Out Montreal's 'Alien' Park

When: 6 a.m. – 12 a.m. daily

Address: 2345, rue Jarry E., Montreal, QC; Parc Frédérick-Back

Why You Need To Go: To step into a totally new dimension, one you never knew existed in Montreal.

Zip Line Through Fall Foliage Outside Montreal

Price: From $70 for access to the ziplines and hiking; various packages and pricing are available

Address: 400, Chemin du Mont Catherine, Sainte-Agathe-des-Monts, QC; Tyroparc

Why You Need To Go: Take in the fall views in the most unique way.

Be Fancy & Go For High Tea

When: Whenever you want to do something fun and fancy.

Address: Various spots in Montreal, including Palm Court in the Ritz-Carlton Hotel

Why You Need To Go: To do something you don't usually do.

Dive Into A World Of Pasta

When: Depends on restaurants' opening hours.

Address: Various places in Montreal.

Why You Need To Go: To stuff your face with some of the best pasta dishes in the city.

Do A Fall Inspired Photoshoot

When: When you're ready for your close up.

Address: Various spots in and around Montreal

Why You Need To Go: To dive into the best season of the year, in a fashionable way.

Leave The Island For Poutine Fest

When: September 24 – 27, 2020

Address: Parc Saint-Laurent, Repentigny, QC

Why You Need To Go: To enjoy some delicious poutine without ever leaving your car.

Check Out A Terrifying Haunted Village

Price: $28 on Fridays, $30 on Saturdays

When: Fridays and Saturdays, September 25 – October 31

Address: 1425, rue Montplaisir, Drummondville, QC

Why You Need To Go: For a marathon of horror you will never forget.

Explore This Colouful Date Spot

When: Open Saturday from 12 p.m. – 5 p.m.

Address: 7049, rue St-Urbain, Montreal, QC; Never Apart

Why You Need To Go: To experience the incredible art and creativity that Montreal is known for.

Dive Into A Big Bowl Of Mac N' Cheese

When: Is there ever a bad time for this delicious dish?

Where: Various spots in Montreal, including Burger Bar,

Why You Need To Go: To pig out.

Explore The Hidden Gems Of The South Shore

When: When you want to do something different

Address: Various spots in Montreal's South Shore.

Why You Need To Go: To explore these amazing places found right off the island.

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