Lovely indoor boutiques, lots of Native clothing, jewelry and souvenirs. prices seemed pretty good too.
About Bonsecours Market (Marche Bonsecours)
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Worth a few minutes to see the building. Neither my wife nor I are big shoppers, and there was nothing here that caught our eye.
One of the first market on Montreal, Read the history before going and or go visit Pointe a Calliere. You will understand the significance of this building
If you are in the area, it is worth stopping by. I would not necessarily make it a destination. Walking around the area is fun and doing a walk-through this market is worth it as part of the old city experience. But not a must...More
I thought the exterior of this building, near the old port, was stunning. And it's great that these older buildings have been renewed and brought back to life. The shops inside are a mixture of clothes-sellers, art shops, souvenir stalls and restaurants.
The building is nice now converted to attracts tourists looking to browse the market stalls inside. You can look for souvenirs, food stuff, maybe some off beat things.
The first floor of this old building has been repurposed as a market for mostly local Canadian items, Nice mix of vendors and a good place for gifts and a rainy day activity. Worth a visit. Hope this helps.
Nice but not anything special. Just like any other upscale mall. Has a nice shop that sells Quebecois designer fashions at fair prices with friendly staff.
The building is great and is next to the Chapelle Notre-Dame-de-Bon-Secours, so you can visit it while visiting the chapel. It has some interesting shops for souvenirs.