Old Montreal Has An Underground Cave You Can Explore You Probably Never Knew About (Photos)

Let the adventure begin!

There's a new attraction in Old Montreal that opened it's doors this week and you're definitely going to want to check it out. 

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Montreal's Pointe-à-Callière Museum has recently build a brand new pavilion, but there's something rather unusual about this exhibit. It's located deep underground and can only be accessed by an underground tunnel built in 1832.

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Once inside, you'll make your way beneath Place d'Youville until you reach the old remains of the Ville-Marie Fort. 

And this weekend you can visit this mysterious underground cave for free on May 20-21-22.

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