Montreal's Prince Arthur Street Is Turning Into A "Christmas Village"
Mulled wine and free Christmas movies? Hell yes.
Christmas in Montreal is going to be bigger and better than ever before, in no small part thanks to the very first "Marché de Noël" to be set up along Prince-Arthur street this season. From the corner of Saint-Laurent all the way to the Square Saint Louis, Prince-Arthur will be decked out in all things Xmas-y, bringing on the seasonal cheer in more ways than one.
Said to be a "true Christmas market," the Marché de Noël Prince-Arthur will house a variety of vendors, including a place to pick out your own tree!
Not only will you be able to buy a Christmas tree to make your home all cozy, but the Xmas village will also have a ton of local vendors on-site, selling everything from ornaments to fire wood to delicious eats. A full list of vendors and exhibitors will be revealed closer to the opening date of Marché de Noël Prince-Arthur.
Oh, and making the entire Christmas market even better is the promise of mulled wine and hot cider, to be paired with free screenings of classic holiday films. Sounds like the perfect December date idea for you and your bae.
Montreal's first-ever Marché de Noël Prince-Arthur will run from December 2nd to 23rd, and will be open from Wednesday to Sunday. For more details head to the official event page here.