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Exploring Saint Joseph's Oratory

This must-see attraction is the largest shrine in the world dedicated to Saint Joseph. The Oratory Museum has a permanent exhibition with nativity scenes from different countries, as well as several temporary exhibitions. In addition, visitors can listen to amazing organ concerts andcarillon recitals during special events.


Accommodations near Saint Joseph's Oratory

There is a range of options for all travelers. The most popular hotel in Westmount is the LMVR - LuxApt 3 on Saint-Laurent Blvd, which has been booked 5 times from our Hotels.com verified guests. Our guests also highly recommended Stunning 1BR in Old Montreal by Sonder in Westmount as it has been reserved 5 times.


Sightseeing near Saint Joseph's Oratory

- Montreal Casino


Test your luck at the largest casino in Canada. Open 24/7, visitors will find games, shows, restaurants, Cabaret, bars, tournaments, and more.


- Place des Arts


This major performing arts centre puts on amazing shows, events, concerts and festivals throughout the year. It is also home to the Montreal Symphony Orchestra, Les Grands Ballets Canadiens, and the Opéra de Montréal.


Transportation near Saint Joseph's Oratory

Montreal’s efficient metro system is the best public transport option for getting around the downtown districts, although the non-air-conditioned trains can be stuffy in summer and signage and announcements are given in French only. For exploring further, the commuter rail system covers the city and its far-flung suburbs, and taxis are easily available albeit expensive. The public bus system is comprehensive, but the French signage can be confusing for non-French speakers. Montreal is also a haven for cyclists, and the cheap rates, countless places to drop off and pick up new bikes, and wide, boulevard-like bike lanes mean that hopping on a bike is one of the simplest and most peaceful ways to get around Montreal.