Montreal Tours

Montréal offers life-changing, eye-opening tour possibilities for every performer. The American Celebration of Music will incorporate the best that Montréal has to offer, by arranging amazing concert venues and "must-see" site-seeing experiences. Please click on the itinerary links below to discover the best fit for your ensemble. Remember — in order to maximize your cultural and musical experience abroad, we consider these tour options a solid starting point, upon which we can further customize the ideal concert tour for your ensemble.

 

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Tour #1 - 3 nights | 4 days
Montréal

Arrive in Montréal. Enjoy a guided tour at St. Joseph Oratory, the world’s largest sanctuary dedicated to Saint Joseph. Take a guided tour of Montréal including Old Montréal, Mont Royal, Jean-Drapeau Park (Saint Hélène and Notre-Dame Islands), site of 1967 World Fair, Expo 67. There you will see the beautiful floral park, the Gilles-Villeneuve Racetrack for the Formula 1 Canada Grand Prix, the Montréal Casino and La Ronde Amusement Park. Performance or clinic as part of the American Celebration of Music in Canada. Take a guided tour of Notre-Dame Basilica. Dinner included at Cabaret du Roy. Enjoy traditional Quebecois meal and musical entertainers dressed in colonial period costumes. Visit the Montréal Tower Observatory for a unique view of the city. Visit the Botanical Gardens and Insectarium. Performance as part of the American Celebration of Music in Canada. Depart for home.

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Tour #2 - 4 nights | 5 day
Montréal | Quebec City

Arrive in Montréal. Enjoy a guided tour at St. Joseph Oratory, the world’s largest sanctuary dedicated to Saint Joseph. Take a guided tour of Montréal including Old Montréal, Mont Royal, Jean-Drapeau Park (Saint Hélène and Notre-Dame Islands), site of 1967 World Fair, Expo 67. There you will see the beautiful floral park, the Gilles-Villeneuve Racetrack for the Formula 1 Canada Grand Prix, the Montréal Casino and La Ronde Amusement Park. Performance or clinic as part of the American Celebration of Music in Canada. Take a guided tour of Notre-Dame Basilica. Dinner included at Cabaret du Roy. Enjoy traditional Quebecois meal and musical entertainers dressed in colonial period costumes. Visit the Montréal Tower Observatory for a unique view of the city. Visit the Botanical Gardens and Insectarium. Performance as part of the American Celebration of Music in Canada. Depart for home.Arrive in Montréal. Enjoy a guided tour at St. Joseph Oratory, the world’s largest sanctuary dedicated to Saint Joseph. Take a guided tour of Montréal including Old Montréal, Mont Royal, Jean-Drapeau Park (Saint Hélène and Notre-Dame Islands), site of 1967 World Fair, Expo 67. There you will see the beautiful floral park, the Gilles-Villeneuve Racetrack for the Formula 1 Canada Grand Prix, the Montréal Casino and La Ronde Amusement Park. Performance or clinic as part of the American Celebration of Music in Canada. Take a guided tour of Notre-Dame Basilica. Dinner included at Cabaret du Roy. Enjoy traditional Quebecois meal and musical entertainers dressed in colonial period costumes. Depart for Quebec City. Drive along the mighty St. Lawrence River, the only walled city in North America. Take a guided tour of La Citadelle. Wander Dufferin Terrace and view le Chateau Frontenac. Performance as part of the American Celebration of Music in Canada. Take a guided tour within the walls of the Old City, visit Lower Town, Battlefields Park, Place Royale, see the Museum of Civilization, Chateau Frontenac, Dufferin Terrace, the waterfront and the ornate city gates of Upper Town. Depart with coach and guide for a journey along the St. Lawrence River to the village of Sainte-Anne and tour one of the country’s most beautiful cathedrals, Basilica St. Anne de Beaupre. Stop at a 150 year old bread oven and enjoy fresh baked bread with maple butter. Visit the Montmorency Falls and ride the cable car here to get different views of the falls, twice as high as Niagara Falls. Dinner at Ile d’Orleans at a typical French Sugar Shack. Enjoy live folklorique music during your meal. Depart for home.

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Tour #3 - 5 nights | 6 days
Montréal | Ottawa | Quebec City

Arrive in Montréal. Enjoy a guided tour at St. Joseph Oratory, the world’s largest sanctuary dedicated to Saint Joseph. Take a guided tour of Montréal including Old Montréal, Mont Royal, Jean-Drapeau Park (Saint Hélène and Notre-Dame Islands), site of 1967 World Fair, Expo 67. There you will see the beautiful floral park, the Gilles-Villeneuve Racetrack for the Formula 1 Canada Grand Prix, the Montréal Casino and La Ronde Amusement Park. Performance or clinic as part of the American Celebration of Music in Canada. Take a guided tour of Notre-Dame Basilica. Dinner included at Cabaret du Roy. Enjoy traditional Quebecois meal and musical entertainers dressed in colonial period costumes. Depart for an excursion to Ottawa, Canada’s capital city. Meet your local step on guide in Ottawa and begin your city tour, including viewing Parliament Hill, the residences of the Prime Minister and the Governor General and the National Arts Centre, Museum of Civilization in Gatineau. Option here: instead of a bus tour of the city with step on guide, during May & June, take the city highlights tour via the Rideau Canal on a narrated 90 minute boat cruise. Lunch at Byward Market. Performance in Ottawa as part of the American Celebration of Music in Canada. Return to Montréal. Depart for Quebec City. Drive along the mighty St. Lawrence River, the only walled city in North America. Take a guided tour of La Citadelle. Wander Dufferin Terrace and view le Chateau Frontenac. Performance as part of the American Celebration of Music in Canada. Take a guided tour within the walls of the Old City, visit Lower Town, Battlefields Park, Place Royale, see the Museum of Civilization, Chateau Frontenac, Dufferin Terrace, the waterfront and the ornate city gates of Upper Town. Depart with coach and guide for a journey along the St. Lawrence River to the village of Sainte-Anne and tour one of the country’s most beautiful cathedrals, Basilica St. Anne de Beaupre. Stop at a 150 year old bread oven and enjoy fresh baked bread with maple butter. Visit the Montmorency Falls and ride the cable car here to get different views of the falls, twice as high as Niagara Falls. Dinner at Ile d’Orleans at a typical French Sugar Shack. Enjoy live folklorique music during your meal. Depart for home.

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Tour #4 - 6 nights | 7 days
Montréal | Quebec City

Arrive in Montréal. Enjoy a guided tour at St. Joseph Oratory, the world’s largest sanctuary dedicated to Saint Joseph. Take a guided tour of Montréal including Old Montréal, Mont Royal, Jean-Drapeau Park (Saint Hélène and Notre-Dame Islands), site of 1967 World Fair, Expo 67. There you will see the beautiful floral park, the Gilles-Villeneuve Racetrack for the Formula 1 Canada Grand Prix, the Montréal Casino and La Ronde Amusement Park. Performance or clinic as part of the American Celebration of Music in Canada. Take a guided tour of Notre-Dame Basilica. Dinner included at Cabaret du Roy. Enjoy traditional Quebecois meal and musical entertainers dressed in colonial period costumes. Visit the Montréal Tower Observatory for a unique view of the city. Visit the Botanical Gardens and Insectarium. Performance as part of the American Celebration of Music in Canada. Depart for Quebec City. Drive along the mighty St. Lawrence River, the only walled city in North America. Take a guided tour of La Citadelle. Wander Dufferin Terrace and view le Chateau Frontenac. Performance as part of the American Celebration of Music in Canada. Take a guided tour within the walls of the Old City, visit Lower Town, Battlefields Park, Place Royale, see the Museum of Civilization, Chateau Frontenac, Dufferin Terrace, the waterfront and the ornate city gates of Upper Town. Depart with coach and guide for a journey along the St. Lawrence River to the village of Sainte-Anne and tour one of the country’s most beautiful cathedrals, Basilica St. Anne de Beaupre. Stop at a 150 year old bread oven and enjoy fresh baked bread with maple butter. Visit the Montmorency Falls and ride the cable car here to get different views of the falls, twice as high as Niagara Falls. Dinner at Ile d’Orleans at a typical French Sugar Shack. Enjoy live folklorique music during your meal. Meet a local English speaking guide for a tour within the walls of the Old City, visit Lower Town, Battlefields Park, Place Royale, see the Museum of Civilization, Chateau Frontenac, Dufferin Terrace, the waterfront and the ornate city gates of Upper Town. Performance as part of the American Celebration of Music in Canada. Depart for home.

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