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Old Port’s Clock Tower Beach is reopening this weekend

Old Port’s Clock Tower Beach is reopening this weekend
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Old Port’s Clock Tower Beach is reopening this weekend!

Situated right next to the Saint Lawrence River underneath the Old Port Clock Tower, Montrealers can enjoy the beauty of the city while taking advantage of the sun every day this summer. 

As usual, swimming is not allowed - however, beachgoers have access to beautiful blue umbrellas where they can find shade on those hot humid days. In addition, you can also expect various misting stations to help cool you off during your stay.

While the website states that the beach closes at 12am, the Old Port of Montreal set a midnight curfew a few weeks back, after piles of trash were left by Montrealers who celebrated the province’s ending of curfew late May.

Enjoy all of the vibes that both the city and the beach brings, located in the heart of Old Port for free until September 6th starting tomorrow.

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