Montebello invites a visit at least once in your life: a must-see venue.
In addition to the world’s largest log cabin, the Fairmont Le Château Montebello, you can visit the Manoir-Papineau, once the property of Louis-Joseph-Papineau, recently the object of a multimillion-dollar restoration.
Enjoy a hunt for clues on mount Westcott, an innovative activity by Scootrek, worth discovering. History enthusiasts can round out their activity by exploring the heritage trail. Don’t forget to make a detour by the Château Montebello Golf Club to round out your trip.
Montebello knows how to please lovers of good food with the chocolate makers at l’Économusée Chocomotive, la Fromagerie Montebello and les Brasseurs de Montebello and the many tempting restaurants, each more appetizing than the last.
With so many attractions, it’s not surprising that many artists have made the municipality their home. Discover their studios by clicking here.
Montebello is also part of the Chemins d’eau (Waterways) circuit. The Outaouais River, the longest river in Québec, has in turn driven the copper, fur and timber trade routes, playing a decisive role in the economic development of the country. Seize the opportunity to travel the Chemins d’eau and follow in the tracks of the explorers who travelled this river and its tributaries.
In order to ensure a quiet environment for its visitors, the municipality has banned heavy truck traffic on city streets.
For the first time in 2021, Montebello created a frozen skate way behind the Montebello train station. Skating and hot chocolate are the order of the day.