Construction work: Difficulty getting to the Parc from the Jacques-Cartier Bridge Construction work: Difficulty getting to the Parc from the Jacques-Cartier Bridge

Construction work: Difficulty getting to the Parc from the Jacques-Cartier Bridge

March 17 to April 30, 2019

Due to construction work on the Jacques Cartier Bridge, the access ramp to Parc Jean-Drapeau (heading toward the South Shore) will be closed from Sunday March 17 (11 p.m.) to Tuesday, April 30 (5 a.m.). Only the access ramp heading toward Montréal will be open to vehicular traffic. A detour and road signs will be set up shortly. Cyclists will be able to get to Parc Jean-Drapeau by using the Concorde Bridge from Montréal or by using the Saint-Lambert locks from the South Shore.

Plan your trip and avoid unpleasant surprises by consulting often the important notices or the schedule of activities and events that are of interest to you.

Parc Jean-Drapeau
A unique place to celebrate your wedding

A unique place to celebrate your wedding

Parc Jean-Drapeau is a unique place to celebrate your wedding day in a chic and rustic setting, which is sure to make it an extraordinary and truly memorable experience. The Parc has a wealth of distinctive features, including its lush landscape, proximity to the Saint Lawrence River, and its awesome views of downtown Montréal.

Rental halls

For the day of your dreams, Parc Jean-Drapeau has two magnificent rental halls that are among the finest venues you will find in Montréal:

Both of these halls boast expansive window space, which lets in natural light, and an adjacent outdoor terrace which will allow your guests to admire the surrounding nature while they're sipping a cocktail.

The Gardens

The halls are also bordered by the Floralies Gardens, which are ideal for an intimate and romantic celebration or for photo sessions, during which you can get as creative as you want to preserve and perpetuate this special occasion.

In addition to the colourful gardens, there are many background settings that make for a great photo op! Whether it's the Biosphere, the Casino de Montréal that's all lit up, or downtown Montréal, these symbolic sites will create distinctive and timeless memories.

Tailored to your liking

Everyone has their own view of what they think the ideal wedding ceremony should be; that's why we offer two halls that have no restrictions. You choose your own decorator, caterer, DJ and host. There is no exclusive supplier and there are no catering royalties.

Our halls include a bar space and well-equipped kitchens with all of the amenities to stage a seamless event.

You can also bring your own alcoholic drinks for your evening, by obtaining a liquor permit (an adviser will provide you with the details about applying for a permit).

At your service

Choosing a reception hall is an important decision in planning your wedding day. Please feel free to get in touch with one of our experienced advisers, who will be able to respond to any and all questions you might have.

Advantages of a rental at the Parc

  • A unique environment
  • Close to downtown Montréal and Longueuil
  • Parking spaces close to the halls
  • Accessible by public transit (Jean-Drapeau subway station)
  • No exclusive supplier
  • No catering royalty
  • Opportunity to bring your own alcoholic drinks (you must obtain a liquor permit)
  • Free WI-FI
  • Experienced advisers at your service


Winter, an original and trendy choice

We have the good fortune of living in a northern-climate country where the invigorating snow and cold are with us for a good part of the year, so we should take advantage of it!

Here are some of the advantages of a winter wedding:

  • A magical setting provided by Mother Nature
  • A cozy and romantic ambiance
  • Greater availability of rental halls and providers
  • Substantial reduction in costs
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