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Clock Tower Quay Street

A historic maritime landmark in Montréal featuring a 45-meter tower, built in 1922, located at the entrance of the Old Port with scenic views.
  • Rue Quai de l'Horloge

Tips from the community

Just a quick walk from Montréal’s historical district, the Old Port of Montreal’s urban oasis, Clock Tower Beach, is the perfect summertime retreat. The beach offers heaps of soft sand, bright blue parasols, and cozy lounge chairs. While swimming is a no-go, cooling mist machines are set up all along along the beach to offer some relief from the summer heat. How to: Clock Tower Beach is the perfect place to watch the firework and sound show, L’International des Feux Loto-Québec. Grab a drink, dig your feet in the sand, and watch Montréal’s skies light up in sync with the soothing sounds of some of the world’s greatest pyrotechnic music.

leah 5 years ago

Clock Tower Quay Street Articles

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