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Sainte-Anne Street | Patrimonial Village

Photo credit: Laurie-Anne Thuot Photographe

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Beyond its historical and touristic charms, the scope of services offered in Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue allows people to experience gastronomy, shopping and wellness to enable them to enjoy nature, local culture and joie de vivre. Through the development and promotion of Sainte-Anne Street businesses, we distinguish ourselves by aiming for a sustainable development and we encourage people to slow down, enjoy life and reconnect with themselves and their environment.

Our association hopes that Sainte-Anne Street will become a crossroads of life, recognized for its character, its warm atmosphere as well as for its diversity and the quality of its boutiques and shops.


Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue Canal National Historic Site

Photo credit: Parks Canada

Parks Canada

170 Sainte-Anne Street
Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue (Quebec) H9X 1N1

Telephone: 514-457-5546
Toll Free: 1-888-773-8888

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To take full advantage of the attractions, restaurants, and shops along the canal, boaters moor and even spend the night aboard their boats. On land, pedestrians stroll on the boardwalk adjacent to the waterway while watching the lock's operations. Abundant in green space, the location is ideal for a picnic or simply for soaking up the sun on a beautiful summer day.

Built on an exceptional site, the Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue Canal has become a popular destination. Make the most of your walk down this strip by exploring its historical features and learning about this site's prominent role in developing our country's business and tourism during the second half of the 19th century.




Sainte-Anne's Market

Photo credit: Frans Lecluse

Patti Murphy, 514-831-3333

In the summer and fall it is held in its’ home on the waterfront at the corner of Saint-Pierre and Sainte-Anne streets at Lalonde Park. In November it moves indoors for the winter to the local church hall 2 minutes from the lakeshore at St.Georges Anglican Church. The Market is open from 10 am to 1 pm.


Dates:  10 am to 1 pm until April 29th
Location: At St-Georges Church 23 rue Perrault (Corner Rue St-Georges and Rue Perrault)

Date : May 6 to October 21  | 9 am to 2 pm
Location: Rue Lalonde (at the corner of Rue Sainte-Anne and Rue Saint-Pierre)

Marché Ste-Anne is a weekly farmers market of 30+ merchants selling locally raised and prepared foods, many of them organic. There are frequent Culinary Demonstrations, Kids Activities, Live Music and larger scale Food Festivals all year long.

Click here to consult special events


Montreal Aviation Museum (MAM)

Montreal Aviation Museum
Campus Macdonald de l’Université McGill 
21 111, chemin Lakeshore 
Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue (Québec) H9X 3V9
514 398-7948  To get there?

The Montreal Aviation Museum (MAM) is a non-profit organization founded in 1998 by Godfrey Pasmore. Located in the old farm buildings of McGill University’s Macdonald Campus, the MAM has been restoring several historically-significant aircrafts for Canada and especially for the province of Quebec. The museum’s collection also includes several artifacts, historical documents and an art gallery devoted to aviation.

Open to the public since 2010 on Saturdays, Mondays and Tuesdays or by appointment, the CAHC is the only museum in the province of Quebec dedicated to our rich local aviation history.  

We also organize conferences and school visits as well as programs for seniors, industries, etc.  
Free parking.

Morgan Arboretum

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Arboretum Morgan

Campus Macdonald of McGill University 
150 Chemin des Pins (corner chemin Sainte-Marie) 
Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue (Québec) H9X 3V9
514 398-7811 / Fax: 514 398-7959

Web site:

The Morgan Arboretum is a 245-hectare forest reserve, locatedon McGill University’s Macdonald Campus in Ste. Anne de Bellevue on the western tip of the island of Montreal. The Arboretum is open daily throughout the year from 9:00 a.m. to visitors who can walk and ski its trails depending on the season. The public contributes to the development and maintenance of the Arboretum through the Morgan Arboretum Association, a non-profit organization.

In addition to natural woodlands containing samples of most of Quebec's native trees, the property supports 18 collections of trees and shrubs from across the world including species of fir, oak, birch, maple, linden, spruce and flowering trees. The Arboretum is also home to 30 species of mammals, 20 species of reptiles and amphibians, and over 170 species of migratory and overwintering birds.

Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue residents discount

Annual membership is available at the reception chalet of the Morgan Arboretum. Proof of residency required.

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The Royal Astronomical Society of Canada

Bellevue Observatory

The Bellevue Observatory is located at the Morgan Arboretum, in Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue, close to the Conservation Centre (150 chemin des Pins, Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue), on McGill University’s Macdonald Campus. This location offers the darkest area on the island of Montreal to observe the night sky.

Watch for our free activities and public lectures at Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue

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Ecomuseum Zoo

21125, chemin Sainte-Marie
Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue, QC, H9X 3Y7

The Ecomuseum Zoo is the one and only outdoor zoo on the island of Montréal. Open 364 days per year, visitors can therefore enjoy the charm of the 11 hectares site. Enjoy the opportunity to meet numerous animal species exclusively from Québec, including Black Bears, Canada Lynx or Woodland Caribou in a cozy and natural setting.

Many educational activities

The Ecomuseum Zoo also offers a variety of amusing and interesting activities in which you can participate alone or as a group throughout the year: enjoy a breakfast with the lynx, bears or wolves; spend a day acting as a zookeeper for a day or spend a week in the Nature Camp… there are activities for everyone to enjoy!


Meet fascinating animal species from Québec’s wildlife, including mammals such as the River Otter or the Gray Wolf, birds like the Golden Eagle or the Snowy Owl, reptiles, amphibians and fish.

To get there 
By car: HWY 40, exit 44, chemin Sainte-Marie, follow blue indication « Zoo Ecomuseum ». To get there

Free parking, two picnic areas (indoor and outdoor) and a gifts shop. 

Opened 364 days per year (closed on Christmas Day, December 25th) from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.  The ticket office closes at 4:00 p.m.

Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue residents discount
To take advantage of the residents discount, go directly to the Ecomuseum entrance booth with a valid proof of residence. 



Montreal’s territory includes 17 parks totaling approximately 2000 hectares. These large parks allow for recreational, educational, cultural, sporting and outdoor activities, and hold large festivals. Nature parks have a conservation mission and boast a rich architectural heritage, fauna and flora. Two of these parks are located near the boundaries of the City of Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue.


Boulevard Gouin Ouest / chemin de l’Anse-à-l’Orme 

Pierrefonds, Québec
514 280-6871

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Welcom chalet
20 099, boulevard Gouin Ouest
Pierrefonds (Québec), H9K 1C6
514 280-6871

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Centre de plein air du Cap-Saint-Jacques
205, chemin du Cap-Saint-Jacques
Pierrefonds (Québec) H9K 1C7
514 280-6778

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