There's nothing quite like seeing things with your own eyes.
Downtown tours begin at the Welcome Centre, where you’ll find information about admissions, programs, and more! A current McGill student will lead your tour and speak about our buildings, life in residence, student services, library resources, and clubs and societies. While campus tours don’t include a visit to our McGill Athletics facilities due to time constraints, we encourage you to swing by before or after your tour to see all they have to offer! Reservations are not required.
It’s important to note that tours taking place during the fall and winter final exam periods don’t include visits to our McGill Residences, out of respect for students who are studying for their exams. Please check McGill’s important dates to see if your visit coincides with final exams.
The Welcome Centre can arrange special downtown campus tours for groups of 10 or more students and their counsellors. Group tours can be arranged upon request, with a minimum of one week advanced notice.
- Name of group/school
- Home city
- Number of students & current year of study (ex. 11 students, Grade 11)
- Number of counsellors & parents
- Requested date of visit and suggested time (am/pm)
Explore McGill! US Thanksgiving 2018
Join us for a tour and à la carte visit options including:
- Information Sessions
- Athletics Events
- Student Activity Presentations
- Music Performances
- Faculty & Museum Visits
- Montreal Sightseeing
GETTING TO MCGILL
McGill’s downtown campus is centrally located and is easily accessible by public transit. If you’re driving, learn more about parking options near McGill.
Located on the western part of the Island of Montreal, McGill’s Macdonald campus is home to the Faculty of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences and the School of Dietetics and Human Nutrition. The beautiful campus is situated 40 kilometres from downtown, in the town of Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue, and covers over 1,600 acres from lakeshore to forest.
To visit the Macdonald campus, please make an appointment with the McGill in Mind tool.