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Good times in Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue

Wether it's for a gourmet stopover, enjoying the natural landscapes, stocking up on unique local products in the shops or at Marché Sainte-Anne on Saturdays, Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue is the perfect family destination. Curious to know more? Consult our Visit us section.

The city is accessible to all, wether by car, by bus, by bike, by train or even by boat! Consult our Access page for more indications.

Below, you will find a useful interactive map. You can also download our map in pdf.

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Arboretum Morgan



Category : Tourist attractions

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. 

 

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Boardwalk



Category : Tourist attractions

To take full advantage of the attractions, restaurants, and shops along the canal.

 

Ecomuseum Zoo



Category : Tourist attractions

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. 

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Lock - Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue Canal



Category : Tourist attractions

Abundant in green space, the location is ideal for a picnic or simply for soaking up the sun on a beautiful summer day

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Montreal Aviation Museum



Category : Tourist attractions

Le Musée de l’aviation de Montréal possède une collection de 5 aéronefs.  Unique en son genre au Québec, le Musée présente l’histoire de l’aviation civile et militaire par des artefacts et des souvenirs ainsi que des peintures remarquables réalisées par des artistes canadiens renommés.

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Paddle Mac



Category : Tourist attractions

The Paddle Mac provides paddlers and would-be paddlers with a chance to enjoy the waters of lac St. Louis on a kayak, paddle board (SUP) or canoe. Hourly rentals, paddling instruction and paddle board yoga classes are available to the general public and McGill and John Abbott communities. 

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Route verte # 5



Category : Tourist attractions

From Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue the route takes Rue Sainte-Anne which is the main street.

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Sainte-Anne Street | Patrimonial Village



Category : Tourist attractions

Come along and enjoy the boardwalk and the restaurants: find the perfect gift and the perfect place to have a nice dinner with friends or family

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Sainte-Anne's Farmer Market



Category : Tourist attractions

Every Saturday, rain or shine, Marché Sainte-Anne should be your weekend’s first foodie stop. Here you’ll meet local farmers offering farm fresh eggs, artisanal cheeses, fresh baked breads and pastries, heirloom varieties of fruits and vegetables, several organic produce and many artisanal products. Don’t forget the regular special events like culinary workshops held throughout the summer and the annual Garlic Festival at the end of August.

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The Royal Astronomical Society of Canada



Category : Tourist attractions

Bellevue Observatory

We have our own observatory located at the Morgan Arboretum in Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue close to the Conservation Centre (150 chemin des Pins, Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue), on the University McGill Macdonald Campus. Our location is the darkest area on the island of Montreal.

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