- Lucien-L’Allier station (commuter train terminal from Dorion/Rigaud, Delson/Candiac and Blainville/St. Jérôme), take the orange line towards Montmorency. Stop at Place-d’Armes and follow the directions to the Palais des congrès.
- From Gare Centrale (commuter train terminal from Mont-Saint-Hilaire and Deux-Montagnes and Via Rail trains), follow the directions to get to the Bonaventure métro station. Take the orange line towards Montmorency until Place-d’Armes.
Deliveries — Loading and unloading dock: at 163 St. Antoine West, H2Z 1X8
GETTING TO THE PALAIS:
Exterior acces: click here
Indoor access: The Palais des congrès de Montréal is part of the world’s largest underground Click to see the map of the buildings connected to this vast network.
The Palais des congrès is located at the Place-d’Armes métro station. The station is accessible by outdoor entrances and indoors directly from the Palais. Directions at the métro exit will guide you to our installations.
Bus lines 55 and 129 stop in front of the Palais des congrès. Visit the Société des transports de Montréal (STM) website to find the best bus route near you.
There are several parking areas at or near the Palais des congrès, including:
Indoor Parking rates Palais des congrès, 1025 Chenneville Street (400 spots):
Consult the list of Parking lots in Old Montréal and nearby (PDF, 2,46 Mb) for more options.
Bicycle or Bixi
Bicycle racks are available around the Palais. There are several Bixi stations on and near the Palais site.
On foot from Gare centrale
You can also get to the Palais from Gare Centrale on foot in less than 10 minutes. Take De La Gauchetière West towards University Street. Take a right on University and a left on Viger. The Palais is on your right at the fourth stop light.
Adapted transportation: To use our adapted services, tell your driver to bring you to 1001 Place Jean-Paul-Riopelle.
Reserved parking spots: There are several parking spots in the Viger parking lot that are reserved for individuals with handicap parking permits. Accessible via Chenneville Street.
- All Palais entrances are wheelchair accessible and feature access doors
- Every room is equipped with assistive listening system for the hearing impaired.