The clock tower in the old port, some distance from the city center. No tickets are required.
The clock tower was built on the shore of Lake St. Lawrence, and you can’t climb it when you go. I don't know if tourists have a chance to board the building. The clock tower is actually a war monument. Although you don't know the past and present of the clock tower very well, let's pay a tribute to it when visiting the old port!
Come to the foot of the city’s iconic buildings, feel the gothic style of European architecture, stroll along the quaint streets of Saint-Sulpice Street, pass the traffic lights on the side of the square to the Weapon Square, all of which are beautiful scenery of the French Quarter. The famous Casapuva organ and Gros Bourdon are also displayed in the church, which sets off the church with an extraordinarily solemn atmosphere; it is said that the wedding of the famous singer Celine Dion was also held here, sacred and solemn
Walk along the Old Town Street through the square of the Town Hall to the famous Old Port. The St. Lawrence River has a 2 km long sightseeing walkway, and at the end of the road there is a white bell tower more than 50 meters high by the river. It’s free to enter the bell tower. You can enjoy a panoramic view of the old port from the top of the building. The sky is clear water, the land is covered with green, and there are many tall buildings. The scenery is very beautiful.
The Montreal Clock Tower really feels it. The whole building also looks very delicate. The clock tower has many years of history. You can see a lot of unique reference things here. The overall environment of the clock tower is also very unique. Oh.
You can spend money to go up there. It’s good to watch the fireworks. There is a small beach behind it, but it costs money.