8 Best Theme Parks And Amusement Parks In Montreal, Canada - Updated 2024

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The cosmopolitan city of Montreal is the second most populated municipality in Canada and offers tons of activities that cater to recreation, entertainment, culture, food, arts, and gaming. Locals and tourists can expect to see and experience a multitude of opportunities as the country’s Culture Capital. Be part of exciting events and festivals, such as the Just for Laughs Festival and the Montreal International Jazz Festival. The largest city in Quebec is also no stranger to having thrill-seeking rides and amazing theme parks in its midst. Whether you wish to spend some alone time with safe thrills, or you’re looking to engage with your favorite characters, whatever the season or the time, amusement parks and theme parks are the best way to have some fun while forgetting the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Book your affordable Airbnb or hotel with free parking and plan your family trip soon. Here is our guide to the best theme parks and amusement parks in Montreal, Canada.

1. Centre D'amusement Kazoom Café

Posted by KAZOOM Café on Friday, May 19, 2023

Centre D'amusement Kazoom Café is a wholesome entertainment center for children aged ten and under and their families. It’s sure to be a blast for your kids to explore the colorful and bright indoor play area. For toddlers aged three and under, there’s a separate area with stimulating toys, slides, and a complete video surveillance system for their safety. Moreover, there’s a cafe where adults can enjoy lattes and a fully loaded menu offering mouthwatering delights for kids and parents.

Centre D'amusement Kazoom Café

Address: 2169 Blvd. Marcel-Laurin Suite 160, Saint-Laurent, Quebec H4R 1K4, Canada

Website: Centre D'amusement Kazoom Café

Opening hours: Sun - Thu: 10am - 6pm; Fri - Sat: 10am - 8pm

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2. Aquazilla

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Posted by Aquazilla on Monday, 23 July 2018

Go for a unique and exciting experience at Aquazilla in Circuit Gilles Villeneuve, with their inflatable obstacle course on water and other amazing activities. Find yourself going through suspended ladders, trampolines, stairs, and slides. Relax with your family or race your friends through the inflatable island, and spend a day on the beach with unforgettable moments. The minimum age to enter the course is six years old, and everyone is required to wear flotation vests available at the aqua park. Every family member will be famished after a day here, so go to a nice restaurant for some delicious grub after!


Address: 1 Circuit Gilles Villeneuve, Montréal, QC H3C 4G8, Canada

Website: Aquazilla

Opening hours: 10am - 7pm (daily)

Price: From 11 USD

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3. La Ronde

La Ronde de Montréal
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La Ronde is an amusement park owned and operated by American favorite, Six Flags, and is under a lease with the City of Montreal until 2065. Chase thrill-seeking adventures with the variety of rides and activities that the amusement park has to offer. Ride Chaos, a 70-feet (21.3 meters) tall, loop roller coaster that takes you backward, forward, and upside down and while delivering 360-degree adrenaline rushes. Founded during Expo 67, La Ronde also has gut-wrenching rides like Demon, Boomerang, Goliath, and Titan. If you’re not up for the rush, try their family-friendly rides such as the Dragon, Grande Roue, Spirale, Minirail, and Tourbillon.

La Ronde

Address: 22 Chemin Macdonald, Montréal, QC H3C 6A3, Canada

Website: La Ronde

Price: 53 USD

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4. Voiles en Voiles

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Source: Photo by Wikimedia Commons user Jeangagnon used under CC BY-SA 3.0

Looking to get out of your themed hotel for a bit? Enjoy a day at Voiles en Voiles, a pirate-themed park in Montreal. Whether winter or summer, engage in some outdoor action in a unique place filled with pirate ships and equipment. Explore the life-size ships and experience their aerial course if you’re a thrill-seeker. The park also offers inflatable games, wall climbing activities, an archery tag arena, and a Pirates Movie Theater, where you can watch films with pirates in it. Voiles en Voiles offers different facilities in the winter season such as snow scooters, tube sliding, and a hebertism course. You can bring your own food into the premises and you can also buy from food trucks beside the park.

Voiles en Voiles

Address: Place des Vestiges, Montréal, QC H2Y 1G6, Canada

Website: Voiles en Voiles

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Rene Rangel Havaux

Rene Rangel Havaux

My name is Rene and after 22 years working in the clothing industry I decided to make a carrer change and do what I love and I do best: Receive, entertain and guide visitors trough beautiful Montreal, the Canadian cultural capital, that offers to its visitors more than 100 festivals every year, a great diversity of museums, outdoor activities, sports, markets, restaurantes, craft breweries , and a vibrant cosmopolitan way of living, among many other interesting things. I love travelling, ( have been to 40 different countries around the globe), people, food, architecture, cycling and history are my passions in life. Throughout all this years discovering the world, I have come to realize that the best way to really discover and understand any place is trough its local people. I love to receive clients as if they where my own family, always in a friendly and respectful manner and adapting my tours to their specific interest and needs. I have been told many times that what makes my tours so special, is my outgoing friendly and enthusiastic personality and my knowledge and passion for Montreal.

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5. PI-O Amusement Park

Posted by Pi-O centre d'amusement on Monday, 7 January 2019

Pi-O is a one-of-a-kind amusement park in Montreal founded in 2011 that houses over 20 attractions and rides, including their arcade section, labyrinth of mirrors, and giant sand box perfect for the little ones. This park also offers birthday packages with different themes and cakes to choose from like Atlantis (an underwater world theme), Magic School (a wizard school theme), Candyland ( a candy master theme), and Superhero (a superhero academy theme). All themes are inclusive of a cake with a jug of milk, loads of popcorn, decorations and utensils, unlimited access to all rides and attractions for the day, a small juice per child and unlimited pitchers of water, kiddie music, free children’s entry for their next visit, and a private animator.

PI-O Amusement Park

Address: 950 Boulevard Curé-Poirier E, Longueuil, QC J4J 4X1, Canada

Opening hours: Mon - Fri: 10am - 4pm; Sat: 10am - 7pm; Sun: 10am - 6pm

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6. Elevation Trampoline & Amusement Park

Plus qu’un simple centre de trampoline, nous avons plusieurs arcades pour l’ensemble de nos visiteurs ! • • More than a simple trampoline park ! We have many arcades available for all our visitors !

Posted by Elevation Trampoline on Sunday, 8 December 2019

Elevation Trampoline & Amusement Park is an indoor amusement park in Montreal that specializes in athletic recreation for kids and kids-at-heart. They cater to groups of all sizes, who would have access to their activities and may book the place for special occasions like birthday parties, corporate team-building events, family gatherings, and much more, to make them more memorable. The premier indoor trampoline brings you an epic dodgeball experience, a multi-level climbing tower for those who love heights, a walking wall for your parkour skills, a complete Ninja Warrior course, a Stunt Bag to practice your flips, a battle beam over a foam pit, and several basketball rings.

Elevation Trampoline & Amusement Park

Address: 5850 Boulevard des Grandes-Prairies, Saint-Léonard, QC H1P 1A2, Canada

Website: Elevation Trampoline & Amusement Park

Opening hours: Mon - Thu: 3pm - 9pm; Fri: 12pm - 11pm; Sat: 10am - 11pm; Sun: 10am - 8pm

Price: 13 USD

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7. Au Pays Des Merveilles

Located in the Laurentians, an hour from Montreal, Au Pays Des Merveilles is an amusement perfect for families who love reading fairy tales and storybooks. Come and see your favorite character come to life like Snow White, Alice in Wonderland, Little Red Riding Hood, Cinderella, Bunny Bunny the White Rabbit, the Queen of Hearts, and Loulou the Wolf during your day at the park. Enjoy over 10 exciting mechanical rides including the Revenge Boat, P'tit train du Nord Ride, roller coaster, and the Helicopter. Spend your day doing family activities as well such as meeting Cinderella’s farm animal friends at the Petting Zoo, challenging yourself through a huge maze, and playing some miniature golf.

Au Pays Des Merveilles

Address: 3795 CH De La Savanne, Sainte-Adèle, Quebec J8B 2H4, Canada

Website: Au Pays Des Merveilles

Opening hours: 10am - 5pm (daily)

Price: 16 USD

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8. Super Aqua Club

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Posted by Super Aqua Club on Saturday, 21 December 2019

Super Aqua Club is a large water park in Montreal with many themed slides that differ based on swimming level, a beautiful beachside picnic area, and other aquatic activities. Visit anytime during their opening hours and enjoy over 20 attractions in the area. If you are an intermediary level of a swimmer, you can try Tsunami, Squalls, Typhoon, Sonora, Sirocco, and Mistral. Good swimmers can access Blob Jump, Tarzan Ropes, and Wipe Zone. Family-friendly attractions that are good for all kinds of swimmers include the private beach, water volleyball, Pirate Island, Storm, Lazy River, and Miriam the Turtle.

Super Aqua Club

Address: 322 Montée de la Baie, Pointe-Calumet, QC J0N 1G2, Canada

Website: Super Aqua Club

Opening hours: Mon - Fri: 9am - 4pm (closed on Sat & Sun)

Price: From 15 USD

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Bring out your inner adventurer at Montreal's theme parks and amusement parks

There are numerous things to do in Montreal, including walking tours and Airbnb Experiences. Not all these are suitable for kids, though. So if you’re traveling to Montreal with your little ones in tow, theme parks may be where it’s at.

Adventure, thrilling rides, and exciting activities are what await your presence in these parks. Add one or two from our list of theme parks and amusement parks in Montreal to your bucket list for your future travels and prepare to have a fun and adventurous time!

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