Montreal Activities for Kids: March 2020
Spring break is here! The start of a new month that’s the perfect opportunity to disconnect and spend some time with the kids while they’re off from school. Whether you’re heading off on a trip, taking a stay-cation or just enjoying the days of no homework, there are so many Montreal activities for kids this month. I’ve front-loaded this one with lots of fun (almost free) things to do during the break.
PS: I wrote an article a few years ago with many spring break activities that still apply here.
The McCord Museum is hosting daily free short films throughout spring break that are appropriate for kids of all ages. They run daily at 10:30am and 1:30am and include both movies in English and French and some that are dialogue free.
McCord Museum, 690 Sherbrooke Street West, Free
Cineplex will also be hosting movies throughout the week for just $2.99 per person. Films this week include: The Addams Family, Paw Patrol Mighty Pups, Missing Link and more. Many local theatres are participating including Kirkland, Laval, Angrignon and Brossard.
Cineplex Theatres, $2.99/person
Breakfast for only $3? Sign me up! During spring break, indulge in breakfast out at Premiere Moisson where kids eat for just $3. On the menu: a regular or chocolate croissant or a muffin, plus milk or juice.
Premiere Moisson, $3
This is one of the most highly anticipated Montreal activities for kids that happens twice a year! Mickey and friends take to the ice at Place Bell for Road Trip Adventures. Performances include characters from Mary Poppins Returns, Moana, Frozen, The Lion King, Incredibles 2, Aladdin and Toy Story 4. English shows are on: March 5th at 3pm 7pm, March 6th at 11am and March 8th at 3pm.
Place Bell, Laval, $26-$110
Even if you don’t celebrate Purim, this is a concert not to be missed. Grammy award winner children’s singer, Jennifer Gasoi will belt out some of our favourite tunes at this party that also includes costumes and snacks.
Congregation Shaare Zion, 5575 Cote St. Luc Road, Free
Kids between the ages of 3 and 6, and their families can get a dose of science with Captain Catalyst. The activity begins with a show and then kids can explore the science playground for the next hour.
Redpath Museum, 859 rue Sherbrooke West, 1pm-2:30pm
Verdun is hosting its 10th annual festival that celebrates all things maple. Over 100 lumberjacks will be walking the streets amid activities like food stations, play structures, warm fires, tire à l’érable axe throwing, storytelling and more.
Wellington St. & Galt St., Free, Friday, 5pm-10pm, Saturday, 11am-7pm, Sunday, 11am-5pm
Three days of basketball tricks and superstars are coming to Laval and Montreal this month. Support the local Girl Guides and use code “Guides” for a special discount.
Place Bell & Centre Bell, 7pm, $32-$168
Local production company Monlove is bringing Scooby Doo across North America for this stage show. Along with his pals from Mystery Inc., they will solve another crime in front of a live audience.