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Cite Memoire

Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2G1, Canada
+1 514-666-1861
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Unique & Fantastic, Wish I Could Have Seen Every One

Scattered throughout the city it might take a bit of work to see each and every display. Any... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
JimmB30
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Hackensack, New Jersey
I would travel back just to see this again!

I have been blown away. This is probably the best outdoor exhibit I have ever seen. Download the... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
LoveCayman27
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Canada
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One of the largest projection circuit, created by Michel Lemieux and Victor Pilon, in collaboration with Michel Marc Bouchard. Listen to the soundtrack on the free application. Discover 25 projections in Old Montréal, Old-Port of Montréal and at Fairmont Le Reine Elizabeth hotel. November to May: from Thursday to Saturday, starting at dusk, June to August: Tuesday to Sunday, starting at dusk, Grand Tableau: on the hour, every hour after dusk.
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Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
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Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2G1, Canada
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+1 514-666-1861
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Scattered throughout the city it might take a bit of work to see each and every display. Any single one is worth whatever effort is required. There is a web site to provide guidance that I did not know about prior to visiting.

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

I have been blown away. This is probably the best outdoor exhibit I have ever seen. Download the app....follow along in the streets, and enjoy the state of the art projected historical videos blasted onto the sides of the old brick buildings, trees, and cobblestone....More

1  Thank LoveCayman27
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Reviewed 14 July 2018

This is an awesome activity. Download the App so you get the audio experience as well, then walk around one of the circuits and look at all the cool projections of the walls and ground. It was visually exciting and you learn some history as...More

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Reviewed 30 May 2018

I was able to attend a VIP screening in the park and it was awesome. Even if you didn't have the comfy chairs, it's worth it. The movie itself is great and the projection onto the building was seamless. The quiet park, surrounded by old...More

1  Thank DubStub
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Reviewed 27 August 2017

We visited Montreal this August and experienced the visually stunning projections occurring nightly on various buildings, alleys and other structures throughout the historic district. This was really done well and the collective city of Montreal should be very proud of itself for pulling this 375th...More

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Reviewed 17 August 2017

Be sure to download the app to really enjoy this experience! This was an unexpected treat on our recent trip to Old Montreal; the projections are inventive and stories are varied and interesting. Unfortunately we weren't able to see them all, but be sure to...More

1  Thank Lauren S
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Reviewed 8 July 2017

My wife saw advertisements for this tour so we decided to walk around to some of the stops and check it out. The visuals are stunning and the tour itself is extremely entertaining and enlightening. I have honestly never seen a tour of this kind...More

Thank Robert R
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Reviewed 16 June 2017 via mobile

I did this tonight and had a great time. I took the walk around freely option and arrived about 9:30pm and spent two hours mainly focussing on the projections. I still did not see all of them. A great concept and a fun way to...More

Thank NZ Cat
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Reviewed 23 May 2017 via mobile

This was really fun. After downloading the Cite Memoir app on your phone, you wander the city at night, guided by the app, stopping to view up to 20 different video projections. Historical vignettes are shown on the walls of old buildings...it was great. And...More

Thank KLynn M
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Reviewed 21 March 2017 via mobile

Found this when talking to the guys at the tourist information centre in Montreal. It's starts after 7pm and goes to approximately 11pm. It has various locations around the old town that has projectors projecting images of the city's history onto the monuments and walls....More

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We are not certain but presume it is running now and will well in to the autumn. Certainly hope so as we will be back in Montreal in late September! I see by their website they have added some scenes. This is well worth... More
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