8 Things To Do In Montreal This Weekend That Don't Break Any Red Alert Rules
Friday is around the corner!
Weekends in Montreal are a special time. Not only do we get to take some time off work, but we get the time to explore our. Although the city may currently be under , there are still a number of this weekend — whether safely outside or in your apartment.
From indulging in buckets ofto finally visiting Montreal's drive-in theatre, there are tons of opportunities to make the most of your few days off.
There's even a spectacularto visit just a little outside of the city.
And of course, there are still multiple things you can get up to from the comfort of your own home!
Try An At-Home Workout With A Montreal Trainer
Why You Need To Try: To keep your body moving — even while the city's gyms are closed.
Go See A Drive-In Movie
Price: $40 per car
When: October 16 & 17
Address: 8315, Chemin Royden, Mont-Royal, QC; Royalmount Drive-In Event Theatre
Why You Need To Go: To enjoy a fun-filled and COVID safe activity.
Discover New Local Brands
Address: Various companies in Montreal
Why You Need To Go: To find local businesses to support instead of big corporations.
Grab A Fall-Inspired Drink
Address: Various places in Montreal
Why You Need To Go: To sip on a comforting fall-inspired drink while the leaves are still all colourful.
Drive Through A Halloween Village Made Of 15-Million Lights
Price: $29.50 for the driver; Passenger prices vary by age and toddlers are free
When: October 9 - November 1
Address: 2805, boul. du Souvenir, Laval, Quebec
Why You Need To Go: To experience this incredible display of lights that will take your breath away.
Buy A New Green Friend At This Pop-Up Plant Sale
When: October 16 and 17, 12 p.m. – 5 p.m.
Address: 1800, ave. Mcgill College, Montreal, QC; Leaves Cafe
Why You Need To Go: 'Cause you can never have too many plants.
Order A Massive Bucket Of Fried Chicken
Address: Various Montreal restaurants will deliver
Why You Need To Go: Because who doesn't love some crispy goodness?
Watch Netflix Movies Filmed In Montreal
Why You Need To Go: To watch films you haven't seen before and get excited over spotting different Montreal locations in them.