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Olympic Stadium (French: Stade olympique) is a multi-purpose stadium in Montreal, Canada, located at Olympic Park in the Hochelaga-Maisonneuve district of the city. Built in the mid-1970s as the main venue for the 1976 Summer Olympics, it is nicknamed "The Big O", a reference to both its name and to the doughnut-shape of the permanent component of the stadium's roof. The tower standing next to the stadium, The Montreal Tower, is the tallest inclined tower in the world with an angle elevation of 45 degrees. It is also called "The Big Owe" to reference the astronomical cost of the stadium and the 1976 Olympics as a whole.
I liked this place. It has an amazing view to downtown of montreal when riding the olympic tower. The prices are little bit high but still they have some good offers especially for families for the aquarium and the tower. This place considered as a tourist attraction place so it should get more care from the city. There is another place nearby nice to see its the botanical garden nice place to take some beautiful photos with your family and friends. Also its very good opportunity to enjoy the walking in this area.
One of the attractions in Montreal.. Nice place. You also can go to the garden near it
Great time out there! The steamed hot dog are the same as when the expo played (but more expensive :p). The sound is unbelievable. The noise and the poeple when there is a ball game.. it's crazy! Beer is good too! Recommend going to a ball game at the stade olympique! It majes good memories for children.
Loved this place. It has a lot of places to visit - Biodome, planetarium, garden, insectarium, etc. You can spend several days here. If you visit the garden, bring a chair because they may have a band performing live. Will come here again when in Montreal.
very easy to get to with the station being very close to a very cool place to visit and iconic i would recommend anyone that goes to Montreal to visit and see it 100%
Nice big park. Mostly concrete. Is this really a park or a reminder of the 1976 Olympics and the big "Owe"?
Beautiful. Plenty of paid parking but be careful if parking on the street for free since the signs are confusing. But the locals are very helpful in finding the free spots and warning you if you've parked in a paid spot!
This is the best attraction in Montreal so make sure to vist it if you ever go there. The parc includes a very nice indoor pool, a biodome and a planetarium. Overall I had a great experience and would suggest it to tourists planning on going to Montreal.
Great adventure here. A bit pricey at peak season. Be sure to reserve and confirm accommodations.
I didn’t see anything special there. I went just to the tower because I didn’t want to spend my money in the others attractions. Up in the tower you can have a good view of the town. I wanted to go to the biodeme, but it was closed at the time.
1 star extra for their 360 degrees observatory. Full view of Montreal city & surrounding areas. Bit expensive though. Close to some other attractions like biodome, botanical gardens etc.
Good place. Great for tourist. Biidome and insectarium at the same place with also the impacts soccer/football stadium
70's style stadium and infra. Modernization is on its way ... I had nautic theorical courses in some classrooms
One of the best place that u must visit when you go to Montreal. The tour guide is included in the ticket and the view of the tower is absolutely amazing. You could feel how fancy Montreal was back in 1970s.
First Fridays food truck events. Absolutely loved the experience. Better come early because after the line ups are ridiculously long
Interesting site which must have been impressive when it opened. Certainly has good views. Bit of a pain to get to though.
Enjoyable guided tour of the stadium, including the swim center. About 45 minutes, not a huge amount of walking, very interesting place. We chose not to go up the tower so I can't comment on that.
Wonderful! Our tour guide Jeffrey was so kind and knowledgeable and the facility was beautiful and it was so incredible to see the current Olympic teams still using the pools and fields!