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Montreal Tower Observatory and Since 1976 Exhibit Ticket

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Montreal Tower Observatory and Since 1976 Exhibit Ticket

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Overview

Visit the tallest inclined tower in the world with an admission ticket to the Montreal Tower Observatory, located at Olympic Park. From the top of the tower, which is leaning at an astonishing 45-degree angle, see the entire Montreal region and up to 50 miles (80 kilometers) of the St. Lawrence River valley. This breathtaking panoramic view received the highest rating from the renowned Michelin Guide.
  • Admission to the Montreal Tower Observatory at Olympic Park
  • Hop aboard a glass-encased funicular up the world’s tallest inclined tower
  • Capture breathtaking views of Montreal, the Laurentian Mountains, and the St. Lawrence River Valley
  • Entry to the "Since 1976" exhibit is included
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Departure Point

3200 Rue Viau, Montréal, QC H1V 3J3, Canada

Entrance to the Montreal Tower By foot: Entrance located next to the Sports Center and close to the Biodome and the Saputo Stadium. By car: Underground parking located at 3200 Viau st. (pay parking)  By metro: Viau station Directions: By Metro: You can get to the Stadium though an indoor corridor from the Pie-IX metro station (Angrignon / Honoré-Beaugrand green line). The Sports Centre and Montreal Tower are near the Viau metro station (Angrignon / Honoré-Beaugrand green line). These metro stations can serve up to 45,000 people per hour for major events. By Car: The Olympic Park is located in the quadrangle formed by Sherbrooke, Viau, Pierre-De Coubertin and Pie-IX streets. From downtown Montreal, drive about ten minutes east along Sherbrooke Street and you will automatically arrive at the Olympic Stadium. Parking Areas: Parking lot P1 serves the Stadium. Its entrance is at 4141, Pierre-De Coubertin Avenue. It is open Monday to Friday from 5:30am to 7:30pm  and Saturdays, Sundays and legal holidays from 7:00m to 2:30pm The Montreal Tower and Sports Center are accessible from parking lot P5, located at 3200 Viau Street. They are open Monday to Friday from 5:30am. to 8:30pm, and Saturdays, Sundays and legal holidays from 7:00am to 8:30pm. Parking lot P7, accessible from Pierre-De Coubertin (corner of Sicard), is open every day from 8:30am to 11:00pm. This parking lot serves visitors to the Stadium, the Montreal Tower, Sports Center, Biodome and the StarCité cinema.

Departure Time

12/26/2020 - 9/27/2022
Tuesday:09:00 AM - 05:00 PM
Wednesday:09:00 AM - 05:00 PM
Thursday:12:00 PM - 05:00 PM
Friday:09:00 AM - 05:00 PM
Saturday:09:00 AM - 05:00 PM
Sunday:09:00 AM - 05:00 PM

Return Details

Returns to original departure point
Arrive at Montreal’s Olympic Park, home to many of the venues from the 1976 Summer Olympics, and head to the top of the Montreal Tower Observatory in a glass-encased funicular—the only one in the world that operates on a curved structure. The hydraulic system allows the cabin to remain horizontal during the short ride to the top.

From the observatory level, marvel at the award-winning panoramic view of Montreal, the Laurentian Mountains, and the St. Lawrence River Valley. On clear days, it’s not uncommon to see up to 50 miles in any direction.

Your ticket is also inclusive of the "Since 1976" exhibit in Olympic Park. Travel back in time to learn about the construction of Olympic Park and the history of the area since 1976. Peruse the artifacts, photos, video archives, and much more at the permanent exhibit.
Itinerary
Stop At:  
The Montreal Tower / La Tour de Montreal
Rising 541 feet (165 meters) at a 45-degree angle, the Montreal Tower is the world’s tallest leaning tower, with more than 250,000 visitors each year. Climb aboard a 2-level glass-encased funicular accommodating up to 76 passengers at a time, and enjoy the 2-minute ascent to the observatory deck. The only funicular in the world to operate on a curved structure, the sophisticated hydraulic system maintains the cabin on a horizontal level as it glides up the tower. At the top, marvel at the panoramas of Montreal, the Laurentian mountains and the St Lawrence River Valley. On clear days, see up to 50 miles (80 km) all around — a view that received a three-star rating from the Michelin Guide. It is no surprise that the Montreal Tower is a member of the World Federation of Great Towers, alongside the CN Tower in Toronto, the Empire State Building in New York and the Menara Tower in Kuala Lumpur. Included with your antrance, the Since 1976 exhibit will take you on a journey to rediscover the history of the Olympic Park, from its construction to today. The exhibition features a number of artefacts, as well as photos, video archives, interactive digital content, and even replicas of original furnishings. This permanent exhibit is located in the Montréal Tower and provides a closer look at different aspects of the Olympic Park’s history.
Duration: 1 hour 
Admission Ticket Included
  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Stroller accessible
  • Service animals allowed
  • Near public transportation
  • Transportation is wheelchair accessible
  • Surfaces are wheelchair accessible
  • Most travelers can participate
  • OPERATED BY Montreal Tower

For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience. Learn more about cancellations.

The answers provided below are based on answers previously given by the tour provider to customers’ questions.
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What is the maximum group size during Montreal Tower Observatory and Since 1976 Exhibit Ticket?
A:This activity will have a maximum of 9 travelers.

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star-5
Montreal Olympic Park
chaudhuris99
, Aug 2019
Excellent tour ... a must visit for tourist visiting Montreal. An 43 year old Olympic Park still attracts sports lovers and it’s really worth visiting place.
star-3
All depends on weather. If it is...
CHAU WAN L
, Oct 2017
All depends on weather. If it is good, you are lucky and see Montreal. The most amazing experience is the lift up to the top of the Montreal Tower Observatory. The Biodome is inside a big building, weather is less affective, good for children , a family visit.
star-5
The Montreal Tower and the Biodome...
Mercedes C
, Sep 2017
The Montreal Tower and the Biodome are very interesting places that you can't miss when you are in Montreal.
star-3
The tower was nothing special. The...
MC
, Aug 2017
The tower was nothing special. The windows are pretty filthy so what you see is not very clear. But yes, you get to see the Montreal view from the top. Biodome was very cool. Penguins are the best!
star-3
View was nice but nothing to tell...
jm_holzer
, Aug 2017
View was nice but nothing to tell you what you were looking at or anyone around to ask. Long line/long wait. Worth it to do it once. Would not go back.
star-1
The Tower was wonderful. The experience...
zxguo980
, Jul 2017
The Tower was wonderful. The experience with Viator tickets is extremely horrible.
star-3
The tower is a unique structure but...
Thomas J W
, Nov 2016
The tower is a unique structure but it was having repair-work done at the time and the missing panels and tower cranes did ruin it. It also seemed quite tired and very 1980s which I often find to be quite appealing but for some reason I had an issue with it here. I think perhaps it is that there has been so much redevelopment around the site yet the stadium and tower seem to have been neglected. The Biodome on the other had was excellent and made up for the disappointment of the tower.
star-4
This is not really a tour. I...
Barbara S
, Aug 2016
This is not really a tour. I purchased the admission because is was a little cheaper than buying tickets on the day itself. It was also a better deal since we included the Biodome. The printed voucher has to be presented at the ticket office to obtain the actual tickets. All in all it saved us some money. The Observatory was interesting and since we are Olympic fans and the 2016 games were underway, it was fun to be at this Olympic site.
star-4
Loved it. Great views. Good price going...
Frances W
, Aug 2016
Loved it. Great views. Good price going thru Viator.
star-5
Highly recommended! The Tower...
Elisa A
, Jul 2016
Highly recommended! The Tower Observatory was nice, but the Biodome was extraordinary!!!!

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