This spring, Heritage Montreal invites families to make some fascinating discoveries by exploring the heart of the village of Saint-Henri. This urban exploration activity is the perfect introduction to the architecture and heritage of Montreal. It is specifically designed for children aged 6 to 10 and their parents.
This activity is an opportunity for the young explorers to understand the city through its common spaces. Strolling pass schools, fire stations, houses and parks, and equipped with an activity book, they’ll discover significant sites in the neighbourhood’s development. Unusual stories, creative games and urban treasures are featured in the workshop.
The Family Workshops are for children aged 6 to 10 accompanied by an adult. This activity of 90 minutes is offered in English, Sunday mornings, at 10 a.m., May 29 and June 5 (visits also available in French). The tours are offered rain or shine.
Departure: At the corner of Saint-Jacques and place Saint-Henri streets, close to the Place-Saint-Henri metro station.
For more information contact Andréanne Jalbert-Laramée, Educational Activities Co-ordinator: firstname.lastname@example.org or 514 286-2662 ext. 21.
$5 for children
$10 for adults
Payments on-site, cash only.