We started the day with a walk in the Old Town
In the background is the City Hall and the old court house.
We could see the Biosphere across the river on Saint Helen's island.
After lunch we wandered down the cobbled back streets with their many art galleries. So many reflections, it was difficult to capture the window displays.
These horse drawn carriages take you on a tour of the old town with a commentary from the driver.
Unlike many churches this one is full of colour.
The pulpit was designed during the renovations of the 1870s. The sculptor Louis-Phillippe Hebert created the many saints and other ornamentation on and around the pulpit.
To mark the centenary of Notre Dame in 1929 new stained glass windows were created on the ground floor. These windows depict scenes of Montreal's social and religious history.
In the evening we returned to the Old Town for a meal and then watched a 'son et lumiere' show projected onto a large building showing the history of Montreal as part of the 150 years of Canada celebrations.