Montréal in the 20th century

During this city tour, pass through downtown, the Plateau Mont-Royal and Jean-Drapeau Park and see the evolution of Montréal and of Quebec society in this century rife with change.

Quiet Revolution, transportation development, important construction projects and societal challenges and societal challenges are some of the significant subjects covered during this visit.

Practical Information & Reservation

This visit is ideal within the Geography, History and Citizenship Education Program.

  • Length: 3 hours.
  • Minimum: 25 students.
  • Rates (including taxes): 25 to 30 students: $10.50 / 31 to 40 students: $8.75 / 41 students + : $7 – Complimentary tickets for 3 teachers or chaperones per bus.
  • Microphone mandatory on the bus; one guide per vehicle. Transportation non included.

Reservation is mandatory at the date and time of your choice (depending on availability).

Guidatour specializes in the development of tours and scavenger hunts that are both fun and educational for youth, including both younger and older children or teenagers. Take a look at all our educational visits or contact us for more details or to reserve!

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Photo Credit : © Tourisme Montréal, Stéphan Poulin