A bold architectural statement, the Olympic Park was built for the presentation of the 1976 Summer Games. Since its inauguration, it has hosted over one hundred million visitors, whether to admire the city atop the tallest inclined tower in the world or attending an event held at the Stadium. Open to the world, the Olympic Park aims to become a recreation and tourist destination which combines creativity, discovery, entertainment and physical activity. To achieve this goal, an annual program focusing on culture, sports and sustainable development will be presented on the Esplanade.
The Tower's Observatory
Ride the cable car up to the Observatory at the top of the world’s tallest inclined tower. Enjoy a breathtaking view of Montréal that stretches for 80 kilometres around.
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Since 1976 exhibition
The Since 1976 exhibition will take you on a journey to rediscover the history of the Olympic Park, from its construction to today. The exhibition features a number of artefacts, as well as photos, video archives, interactive digital content, and even reconstructions made to the building. This permanent exhibit is located in the Montréal Tower, and provides a closer look at different aspects of the Olympic Park’s history. Observatory and Olympic Stadium guided tour included.
Every Sunday, an aquatic playground full of challenges, daring feats and fun takes over the 50m pool—site of the 1976 Olympic Games swimming events. Young and old alike will enjoy the perfect place to hang out with friends and family in one of Montreal’s most majestic sports venues. Come test your abilities on our water obstacles and inflatable tracks, where you can run, jump, slide, and swim your way to a whole lot of fun.
- Tower's Observatory + 1 or 2 Space for Life museums (Botanical Garden, Insectarium and Rio Tinto Alcan Planetarium)
- Tower's Observatory + guided tour of the Olympic Stadium
- Tower's Observatory + Château Dufresne
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