SPOUSE & GUEST ACTIVITIES
Be sure to share this page with the guests joining you at AAE19! While adding them to your registration package, remember to add the tour option as well. These activities are wonderful opportunities to meet up with old friends and make new connections.
Spouse & Guest Breakfast and Meeting
Wednesday, April 10 (8:30 - 10 a.m.)
Le Westin Montréal, Ramezay, Level 8
Join us for the annual spouse and guest continental breakfast – sure to be a wonderful start to your AAE19 experience! This is open only to registered spouses and guests of AAE members. No advanced registration required.
Montréal City Tour & Lunch
Friday, April 12, 2019
Join us Friday, April 12, for the Montréal City Tour & Lunch at the Sugar Shack! Advanced registration is required and space is limited. The tour is available for $135 per person. Easily add this to your registration on our Registration & Housing Parnter Site.
|8:45 a.m.||Meet in the lobby of Le Westin Montréal|
|9 a.m.||Tour departs promptly|
|9 - 11:30 a.m.||City tour of Montréal|
|11:30 a.m.||Depart for Sucrerie de la Montagne|
|12:30 p.m.||Arrival and lunch at Sucrerie de la Montagne|
|2 p.m.||Departure back to Montréal|
|3 p.m.||Return to Le Westin Montréal|
This tour incorporates all the must-see highlights of the city in just a few hours. Along with your guide, find out all about the city from the days of Fort Ville-Marie to the Montréal of today. As you discover the most important streets, landmarks and stories of the second largest French-speaking metropolis, you will experience what makes Montreal so unique!
Among the fascinating sites seen on this tour: the winding cobbled streets and charming historic buildings of Old Montréal and the Old Port. Admire City Hall and Bonsecours Market. Visit Notre Dame Basilica, one of the crown jewels in Québec’s rich religious heritage (photo op). Admire the modern architecture of the new Quartier international. The "Golden Square Mile", with its blend of elegant nineteenth century mansions and posh hotels, is where Montréalers live in high style. Cross through Mount Royal Park, where you will have access to a stunning view of the city (photo op). On the Plateau Mont-Royal, in the Latin Quarter and along Saint-Laurent Boulevard, learn more about the different ethnic groups that have helped shape our city.
Then, discover Québec tradition at its best by joining in a hearty French Canadian feast at the maple sugar farm, Sucrerie de la Montagne, situated atop Mont-Rigaud. Tour fee includes the cost of lunch, one soft drink, entrance fees and gratuities.
Lunch Menu: Homemade pea soup, potatoes, tourtière (meat pie), farmer's sausage, sweet ham, baked beans, omelet soufflé, homemade ketchup, pickles and beets, crêpes, real maple syrup, coffee and tea.
Please note some walking is required on the tour. Please wear comfortable shoes.