Antiques Hunting on Notre Dame Street (Self Guided), Montreal

Montreal’s Notre Dame Street is every antique-lovers’ dream come true, as it boasts Canada’s largest concentration of antique stores. Oh, but you won’t want to leave this wonderful street empty handed and it will be hard to drag yourself away! You’ll find yourself swept back in time in the stores which display items from different periods of the world’s history – it’s almost like touring a group of museums, but the best part is you can buy the items on show!

There are, of course, plenty of Canadian antiques to choose from, but also furniture and other items from Asia, Europe and even articles brought up from the deep, discovered on ancient ships lying on the seabed. You’ll find stores full of Art Deco, antique toys and even early 20th century publicity plaques!

If you haven’t got room for an early Victorian wardrobe or a set of Louis XV chairs, you will find numerous smaller treasures such as lamps and vases to grace your home or china dolls and beautifully carved wooden boxes to add to your collection. Notre Dame Street also has several very good restaurants and snack bars where you can take the weight off your feet and enjoy a delicious meal while gloating over your treasures and deciding which store to visit next.
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Guide Name: Antiques Hunting on Notre Dame Street
Guide Location: Canada » Montreal
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Discovery)
Travel Distance: 1.5 Km or 0.9 Miles
Author: emily
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