Just in time for the surge in spring weather, one of Montreal’s favourite spring and summer past times makes its return.
Starting next month, Les Jardins Gamelin will re-open to the public until the end of September.
The open-air space will play home to both cultural and citizen-driven events, taking place every day and night of the week.
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Returning for its fifth consecutive year, Les Jardins Gamelin is an ideal place to meet friends and enjoy new cultural experiences, Les Jardins offers a rich, original, 100% made-in-Montreal program – all for free. There’s something for everyone, with daily culture and entertainment all season long.
Highlights of the soon-to-be-opened venue include an outdoor restaurant filled with umbrella-covered, patio-style seating, an outdoor beer garden, live music, and dancing.
Les Jardins Gamelin also plays home to eye-catching open-air lighting and beautiful art installations.
The Jardins’ culinary team serve up a snack-bar style menu every day including happy hour (5 pm to 7 pm) specials and kids’ menus.
The outdoor site hosts self-serve games including football, ping-pong, board games, and shuffleboard.
This year, the Maison jaune is more welcoming than ever thanks to a new shaded furniture area where parents can have fun with their kids, or relax while the little ones play.
When: May 30 – September 15
Time: 9 am – 11 pm
Where: Quartier des Spectacles
Price: Free admission