Nice relaxing spot in the city with some beautiful building surrounding the square. Good place for a snowball fight in the winter.
About Dorchester Square
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Dorchester Square sits in the middle of Montreal right across the street from Place Canada. It is a beautiful tree covered square with a couple of monuments. We were here at the start of October and the leaves were changing color, adding to the beauty....More
Dorchester Square is located in the heart of Montreal just a few blocks from Rue Sherbrooke and right next to the Mary Queen of the World Basilica. There is an tourism information location at 1255 Rue Peel where you can catch the Grayline Hop On...More
This is the smaller of two parks that are across the street from each other near Crescent Street. It was originally a town green, and later a cemetery. In 1851 the bodies were moved to Mount Royal and it became a park. There are four...More
Nice peaceful space with plenty of seating to rest those weary legs after pounding the streets of Montreal. Whilst resting you can look at the flowers, monuments or stair up at the large building looming over the square. Another pristinely kept area of Montreal.
Near everything, it is a place where one could walk, sit and relax or simply text or read. There are many attractions near-by, shopping and restaurants. The Tourist center is in front of it.
We evidently visited on national donut day, and there were Salvation Army volunteers handing out donuts, which was a fun surprise. There were beautiful flowers and plenty of places to sit and rest on benches. It's very clean and peaceful.
It is good to have a resting moment on this square, looking at its many statues and watching the squirrels burrying nuts.
Chill out area in busy area of city. Lots of workers lunching here. Nice and relaxing love watching all the Squirrels which are so tame compared to the ones in the UK. Saw an albino one digging in the flower bed. Two black ones play...More