Believe it or not, spring break is already upon us, which means it's time to start planning for things to do in Montreal during this week.
While we may have been wondering what we can and can't do thanks to COVID-restrictions, the good news is certain activities are still allowed with some new safety measures in place.
It may not be the spring break we had ever hoped for, but what's ever stopped Montrealers from making the most of the season? Or some time off?
If you're looking for things to do, check out this list below for the relaxation and fun we've all desperately needed.
Visit A Museum
Why You Should Go: We've missed Montreal's rich art and culture, so while you have some time off, why not head to one of the many reopened museums?
Unfortunately, the MMFA seems to be booked up until the middle of March, but there are plenty of others to visit!
See A Movie
Why You Should Go: As of February 26, theatres across the province are reopening with new safety measures in place (#Popcorngate).
Try Cross-Country Skiing
Why You Should Go: It might be the hottest activity of the winter season, and with some time off, there's no better time to put on those skis.
Go Sledding Or Tubing
Why You Should Go: Sledding isn't just for kids, and it makes for a perfect day off.
Pamper Yourself At A Spa
Why You Should Go: You deserve to give yourself a little R&R and TLC this spring break.
Spend A Day Skating
Why You Should Go: Did you really experience winter if you didn't go skating? Now, you can do it indoors or outdoors (with exceptions).
Why You Should Go: Now that non-essential businesses have reopened, you can easily show some local stores some love.
Explore Your Favourite Montreal Park
Why You Should Go: Montreal becomes absolutely majestic in the winter, and nothing beats a walk in the park on a nice snowy day.