25 Magical Places In Montreal To Go On A Date During The Holidays
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Dates you can go on for free in Montreal.

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Spend the day ice skating on Beaver Lake
 

Where: 2000 Remembrance Road Montreal // Mont-Royal

When: Monday - Sunday // 9AM - 9PM

Ice skating is the quintessential winter date activity.  That because it's fun for both guys and gals. Holding hands while skating?! Can't get any cuter than that. Not to mention cozying up in the chalet for some hot cocoa once it's done. 


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Visit the Souk @ SAT holiday market 
 

Where: 1201 Saint-Laurent // Downtown

When: November 29th - December 3rd // Noon - 9PM

"Souk" is the Arabic word for market.  The Souk @ SAT is an annual holiday market featuring a variety of local artisans, designers and artists works.  You will find everything from illustrative prints, leather goods, hand-made soaps, artisanal culinary products, and much much more. 


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Make your way to Parc Jeanne Mance for tobogganing 

Where: Parc Jeanne Mance // Plateau 

When: Open all day!

Tobogganing is another traditional Canadian winter activity and a super-cute date idea.  And, best of all, totally free!  Also, think of it like a free workout, too.  All the running up and down the hill is bound to burn some calories.  


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Visit the Iconic Ogilvy's Holiday window display


Where: 1307 Saint-Catherine Ouest /// Downtown

When: Anytime!

I've seen the holiday window at Olgivy's about a thousand times, but each year I get excited to see it again.  Each mechanical toy was handcrafted and painted individually, it's really quite a marvel to enjoy. Grab a warm beverage and head down t Saint-Catherine for an adorable holiday day date.


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As of December 11th, the Biosphere of Montreal will be illuminated 

Where: 160 Chemin Du Tour De L'isle // Ile Saint-Helene

When: As of December 11th // Anytime!

The biosphere - which was built for the famous expo 67' - is now a museum located on Ile Saint-Helene, and is also an architectural marvel.  To honour the 375 anniversary of Montreal and the 50th of expo 67', the city will be illuminating this beautiful and iconic structure.  Check it out for free!

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Michelle Cadieux