The Port of Montreal’s Grand Quay

New public spaces unique to Montreal for Montrealers, cruise passengers and tourists

Ideally located on the St. Lawrence River, the Port of Montreal’s Grand Quay is now open to the public. After an amazing makeover, the Port of Montreal’s new cruise terminal is now offering contemporary marine infrastructures on par with the city’s international reputation, along with free public spaces with spectacular views of the river and the city.    

200 de la Commune Street West, Montreal, Quebec H2Y 4B2

Opening hours of public spaces:
7 a.m. to 10 p.m.

Promenade d’Iberville

A large green roof with an immense wooden terrace and more than 20,000 flowering and aromatic plants, including chives, oregano, monarda, yellow camomille, yarrow, daisy and blue grama

 

Commencement Square

A vast lawn on the edge of the water that lets Montrealers and tourists to fully enjoy the river. A work of art honouring the pioneering women who helped found Montreal will be installed there in 2019.

The Port Centre

A journey into the heart of Montreal’s port history

Sail back in time to relive the milestones in Montreal’s rich port history. The History of Ships exhibition makes it possible to explore and understand the maritime world.

Opening hours: Saturday and Sunday from noon to 5 p.m.

Find details at port-montreal.com/en/history-of-ships-exhibition-community.html

 

Cruise ships

Location: Promenade d’Iberville (the Grand Quay’s green roof)

The best place in town to see these giants of the sea when they visit Montreal! You’ll find their arrival and departure times on our website’s schedules page.

AML Cruises

Discover the city from the river with guided cruises, brunch cruises and dinner cruises.

For more information, visit the AML Cruises website: croisieresaml.com

 

Parking open 24/7

  • 0-61 minutes: $10
  • 62-121 minutes: $15
  • 121-181 minutes: $20
  • Between 3 and 24 hours: $25
  • Special events: $25
  • Lost ticket: $30

No monthly rate is available.

*Prices subject to change without notice. Taxes included.

Payment methods: Visa, MasterCard and cash. We do not accept Interac.

In case of discrepancy between the information provided on this website and at the gate, the information at the gate prevails.

EV charging stations, disabled parking spaces and bicycle parking are available. Vehicles with trailers and motor-home type vehicles are not allowed on the site.

Mariners’ House of Montreal

Mariners’ House of Montreal is a non-profit organization whose mission is to materially, socially and spiritually support seafarers from around the world whose vessels are temporarily docked at the Port of Montreal, regardless of their nationalities or their religious allegiances. 

Opening hours: 2 p.m. to 10 p.m.

For more information, visit the website of Mariners’ House of Montreal: marinershouse.ca

 

 

Space rental

If you seek a unique reception venue located in the heart of Old Montreal and right on the majestic St. Lawrence River, the Port of Montreal’s Grand Quay is now at your disposal. It offers a range of spaces that combine multipurpose rooms, terraces, outdoor spaces, greenery and a promenade, suitable for all types of events.

Download our brochure.

 

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