Photo of rainbow streamers hung above Sainte-Catherine Street in Montreal.

We can’t wait to meet you.

Access to campus is limited and travel is still discouraged, but why not start planning your visit to Montreal? Take a look at our resources below. While you wait for a chance to visit — take the virtual tour from home!

Getting to Montreal

A photo of Montreal's city skyline at dusk.

Your guide to getting to Montreal

By plane

You’ll land at Trudeau International Airport. You can get downtown on the public transit 747 bus, by taxi (flat rate to downtown zone), or pick up a rental car at the airport.

By train

You’ll arrive at the Gare Centrale with either VIA Rail or Amtrak. This station is linked to public transit.

By bus

You’ll arrive at the Gare d’autocars de Montréal. Take either public transit or a taxi to campus.

Photo of McGill's downtown campus seen from McTavish Street.

See the Downtown Campus

You can reach our downtown campus by public transit (McGill metro station or by bus), by bike, or on foot. If you bring a car, parking on campus is limited. There is plenty of parking off-campus within walking distance of McGill.

A photo of greenhouses at Macdonald Campus.

Visit Macdonald Campus

Macdonald campus, home to the Faculty of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences and the School of Human Nutrition, sits on the western tip of the Island of Montreal. Once you book a visit, you can get here by car or shuttle.

Where should I stay?

You can find a place to stay within commuting distance of our campuses that fits just about any budget.

What else can I do here?

Winter, summer, rain or shine, there is always something going on in Montreal. Take advantage of your time here.

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