These are the best places to survive a zombie apocalypse in Montreal

Oct 14 2022, 2:00 pm

Admit it, you have a plan in place in case zombies take over Montreal.

And you know what? You’re a smart cookie. Because if a herd of zombies comes ambling down Ste. Catherine and you need to think of a place to run to, it’ll be too late.

When it comes to a zombie invasion, you have to plan ahead.

Halloween is nigh, which means the ghouls, the freaks and, yes, the zombies are getting ready to come out in Montreal.

Do you have a zombie apocalypse preparedness kit? An evacuation plan? An emergency pack? Is your car full of gas? No? Well, we’ve got you covered and the resources to get you through a zombie apocalypse.

Thankfully, we’ve devised a list of the best places to go when the zombie apocalypse finally saunters through Montreal.

Because let’s be honest, considering how the past few years have gone, is anything really impossible in today’s world?

Grab your pitchfork, get to the high ground, and remember to be smart. Here are the best places to go in case of a zombie takeover in Montreal.



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When it comes to zombies, you need a good vantage point, and where could there be a better spot than the three-peaked, 764-feet high mountain?

Supplies would be scarce, but you’d get a great view of any oncoming attacks.


Fort de Île Sainte-Hélène


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Obviously, all of Montreal is an island, so it’d be relatively easy to contain a zombie outbreak. But ĂŽle Sainte-HĂ©lène is an island on an island and would be a bit easier to make sure those pesky undead herds don’t penetrate it.

If you’re willing to ditch the car and travel a bit more quietly, ĂŽle Sainte-HĂ©lène has a slew of bike paths so you can go get supplies.

But if you really want to find a place to survive, Fort de Île Sainte-Hélène might be the best spot.

Built between 1820 and 1824, the Fort de Île Sainte-Hélène was made to protect Montreal from a possible invasion by the United States.

If it could hold off the Americans, it can hold off zombies.

Olympic Stadium


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Forget the fact that the Olympic Stadium has cost nearly $1 billion since construction began in 1973. The Olympic Stadium was essentially built to be a zombie-proof compound (and it looks like it).

Fill this bad boy up with supplies, some beds, and heck, even fire up the jumbotron for Netflix nights, and you’ve got yourself an impenetrable fortress.

Montreal Clock Tower


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The Old Port’s Sailor Memorial Clock Tower has three observation stops along the staircase and stands at 148-feet high, making it an ideal spot to be on the lookout.

You’re also close enough to the water for an emergency getaway.

Habitat 67

When it comes to protection from zombies, how do concrete boxes sound?

Habitat 67 features 354 identical concrete units in various combinations, some reaching 12 stories high.

Who knows, maybe in a pinch you’ll need to climb to the top of these bad boys for added protection?

Eaton Centre


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Depending on how long we’re in for this upcoming zombie apocalypse, you and your clan might need a lot of supplies.

When that becomes the case, where better than the Eaton Centre? You’ve got an entire food court in the basement and plenty of supply outlets to keep up with inventory.

Think about all of the cool zombie apocalypse outfits you could have!

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