Les Printemps du Palais’ lineup of works and installations created entirely by local artists also includes many springtime activities!
Sugaring off at the Palais
A must every spring in Québec, sugaring off is a seasonal tradition we all eagerly await. Visitors can indulge their sweet tooth at Place Riopelle Hall, where we are serving maple taffy on a stick. The first 350 sticks are free, and only $2 after that.
Our charming maple taffy stand is open from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Wednesdays to Fridays, and 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays, until April 13, 2019.
A great way to offer international visitors a taste of Québec!
To welcome spring and stay in shape, the Palais and Cardio Plein air are inviting the public to take part in the Palais workouts: jogging cardio classes with the convention centre as your running trail. It’s a fine way to train while rediscovering this iconic venue! Four beginner classes and four high-intensity classes are available for first-timers and seasoned exercisers, respectively. Since spots are limited to 35 participants per class, you must sign up quickly.
1) Go to this: cardiopleinair.ca/inscription
2) Create a Cardio Plein account or log in if you already have an account
3) In the Company field, enter the code: congresmtl
4) Under “Book a session,” select “Palais des congrès de Montréal – Printemps 2019”
5) Pick how many classes you would like
6) Pick a date and the type of class you would like
7) Click on “Payment (Free)”
8) Click “Confirm”
The Palais presents
The NFB and Tourisme Montréal have taken over the Palais’s screens with a series of short films and videos that bring their unique perspective to the city’s attractions and Québec culture. International visitors will get a glimpse of the wonders the city has in store for them, while Montréalers will have the opportunity to see their city from a different angle.
Les Printemps du Palais mean spring is here, and the celebrations are on at the Palais.
Check out the complete lineup of Les Printemps du Palais !