7 Ways Montrealers Can Still Safely Enjoy The City In October

You're still allowed to explore your favourite city on your own!
Contributing Writer
7 Ways Montrealers Can Still Safely Enjoy The City In October

You've probably heard by now that Montreal is heading into red alert as of October 1. As we enter this new phase, many Montrealers are wondering what they can do to enjoy the city during the fall season as certain things are forced to shut down for the next four weeks.

Because there are so many things to do in Montreal, we're lucky that we can still enjoy some of the beauty that the city has to offer despite the alert.

Plus, the forecast looks like we've got some good weather heading our way, so get the last bits of (safe) outdoor fun while you still can!

Have A Fall Photoshoot

Where: Throughout the city

Why You Need To Go: Take a picture, it'll make fall last longer.

Head To A Market

Where: Throughout the city

Why You Need To Go: To enjoy one of the quintessential things to do in the city.

Explore A Park

Where: Throughout Montreal

Why You Need To Go: Because Montreal parks become even more magical when the leaves start to change.

See The Go Play Outside! Free Photography Exhibition

McCord Museum

Address: ave. McGill (outside the McCord Museum), Montreal, QC

Why You Need To Go: To get a bit of art in culture.

Enjoy Some Fall Treats

Where: Throughout the city

Why You Need To Go: To enjoy the smells and flavours of the season.

Get A View Of The City

Where: Throughout the city

Why You Need To Go: To get the best sights of the fall foliage in the city

Visit Square Saint-Louis

Address: rue Saint-Denis, Montreal, QC

Why You Need To Go: To get some serious Central Park vibes.

Stay safe!

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