Frequently Asked Questions
What will I find there?
Merry Montreal is taking place in the Old Montreal, mainly through Place Jacques Cartier.
The Holiday Hotspots and other surprises are available to warm you up!
Lost and Found objects
Ask for help from our volunteers or ask us from our contact section.
Is The Merry Montreal opened for everyone?
Yes, it’s open for everyone to enjoy!
Am I allowed to bring my children to the New Year’s Eve Party?
Yes, it’s open to all. The New Year’s Eve Party begins at 7pm and, for the festive ones, ends up at 2am.
Are children eligible in the Festive Bulles de nuit zone?
Children are eligible in the Festive Zone, however, they must take a ticket and be accompanied. The cost per ticket is the same as for a regular pass. Parents can take the consumption of the child.
Can I bring my own alcohol for the New Year’s Eve Celebration?
No! The law strictly forbids the consumption of any alcoholic beverage in a public area.
Nevertheless, some bars will be set up for this special occasion.
What does it cost?
The activities related to Merry Montreal are free.
However, you’ll have to pay for some of our partner’s activities.
Visit their section for more info here.
Are there parkings spots nearby?
Yes, there are several pay parkings available in Old Montreal. Here is an interactive map than can help you to plan your travel.
What happens during snow storm ?
I want to be a volunteer!
Sure, your help is a gift!
Join our team of dedicated volunteers for Merry Montreal and help us to make this moment an unforgettable experience for everyone. You will have the duty to greet and inform the customers about the activities around the different places and guide them all along their Merry Montreal’s journey.
Interested? Please fill the application form.