Wondering what to do this September in Montreal?
After a wonderful summer, September’s the time for the most picturesque seasons in Montreal: Fall. Beautiful colours, crisp air and falling leaves are what makes this season such a perfect one to be in Montreal.
Being the most photogenic season of the year, it’s a must to go outside and enjoy the colours Fall will offer.
There are a lot of different activities you could do with your family & loved ones, but we chose three we think most will not want to miss.
The Montreal Botanical Gardens are without a doubt one of the most fascinating destinations in the city.
Every fall, they prepare one of the most breathtaking yet mysterious decorations of lights in the garden itself. Indeed, exquisite and elaborate lanterns fill out the garden in a perfect yet artistic manner.
September in Montreal can become your favourite season and this event will contribute to it.
Where: Botanical Garden, 4101 rue Sherbrooke E.
When: September 6 to October 31, 2019; 6 p.m. – 10 p.m.
If you love nature, then you need to attend this Canoe Labyrinth, because we know how much peace of mind nature gives us.
This may seem far away, but it’s definitely worth the trip if you have a taste of adventure left from summer.
Let’s be honest, nature in the city is nothing like it is outside of it. If you want to reconnect with colourful trees one last time during the year then Fall’s the time to go.
Again, this is a little drive from Montreal. But, if you love the colours of Fall and have a thing for mysterious historical ruins, then you have to explore this abandon ruins.
The Carbide Willson ruins were the property of Thomas “Carbide” Willson, who created the process by which we create calcium carbide, an important industrial chemical.
Little did we know, the ruins of his summer house turned out to be such a fascinating place.
Where: 639 Chemin du Lac Meech, Chelsea, Quebec