9 Things To Do In Montreal This Weekend Now That Spring Is Finally Here

Gotta make the most of the beautiful weather!
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9 Things To Do In Montreal This Weekend Now That Spring Is Finally Here

There are lots of things to celebrate this weekend in Montreal: The first day of spring, one year since lockdown started and, of course, the weekend, itself. We can't believe any of these things, either!

With the weather on the incline, you can just feel that Montrealers are ready to go out and make the most of the weekend before them.

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Between yummy spots to check out and some arts and culture to soak in, it's bound to be a classic Montreal weekend.

Who else is looking forward to springing into the weekend?

Get A Massage

Address: My Alignment, 3505, ave. Atwater, Montreal, QC

Why You Need To Go: For some much-needed relaxation and relief from likely back pain after a year of WFH.

Party In Your Own Bubble Room

Address: 1, boul. René-Lévesque E., Montreal, QC

Why You Need To Go: It's not just an excuse to get dressed up, it's an experience.

Try A Chef Collab

Address: Check website for multiple locations

Why You Need To Go: In a new initiative from Sysco Montreal called #ChefsÀEmporter, some of Montreal's most well known culinary creatives are swapping kitchens to create dishes that celebrates our city that's just bursting with flavour.

Get Some Cheesecake

Address: Various places throughout Montreal

Why You Need To Go: With a city with good food like ours, you can bet there are amazing spots that take the classic dessert and make it our own.

Head To A Hidden Museum

When: 2020, rue William, Montreal, QC

Address: Put address here

Why You Need To Go: A COVID-friendly way to get your dose of culture if you've been craving a bit of flair the last few months.

Do Some VR

Address: VR TO GO; Online

Why You Need To Go: Why live in this reality when you could live in a virtual reality?

Check Out Canada's #1 Restaurant

Address: Damas, 1201, ave. Van Horne, Outremont, QC

Why You Need To Go: It's no surprise that the top-rated restaurant in the country is here on the island, which makes us even luckier that we can pick up some bites this weekend.

Get Started On Your Spring Bucket List

Address: Various places in and around Montreal

Why You Need To Go: Spring is finally here and will be gone before you know it, so let's make the most of the season.

Do Some Spring Cleaning

Address: Various spots throughout Montreal

Why You Need To Go: You know you have to anyway, so why not take the weekend to make some room in your closet (and maybe make a couple bucks).

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