Here is all that you need to know before heading to the 2020 Montreal National Home Show at the Montreal Convention Centre, March 12 to 15 2020. Take advantage of a 31% discount on your purchase of tickets with our promo code.
Whether in terms of renovation, decoration, or even landscaping, visitors will be able to meet experts who will inspire them. It’s the perfect place to stock up on great ideas to freshen up or renovate your home. An event not to be missed!
Get 31% off with our promo code
Promo code for the 2020 Montreal National Home Show:
Head over to the TicketPro page to buy your tickets with the promo code RENOASSISTANCE to take advantage of our discount — $5 off a regular price individual ticket ($16)!
|Seniors (60+) or students||$13.00|
|Children 6 to 12||$6.00|
|Children under 5||Free|
|Family Pack (2 adults + 2 children) – $6 per additional child||$35.00|
What to look forward to
- The Jayden Home from Maison Enfant Soleil, designed by Bonneville
- Valérie Taillefer at the Experts Zone
- The “Jardin Ressource” from Jardin Jasmin, a contemporary garden to inspire relaxation
- Meet and greets with the biggest stars from Canal Vie
- The High-Low challenge, where you can guess which of two nearly identical spaces is most expensive (presented by Les Idées de ma maison magasine)
- Forest Tiny House: You could win an outdoorsy stay in a tiny house located at the foot of the Saint-Maurice river! Visit Mini Maison Forest at booth #3119 for all the details.
Where is it?
Montreal Convention Centre (Palais des Congrès)
How to get there
The Home Show is at the Montreal Convention Centre (Palais des Congrès) at 1001 Jean-Paul Riopelle in Montreal. It is easily accessible by metro via the Orange line at Place-d’Armes station. See the STM website for more transit options.
The 55 and 129 buses stop right in front of the Montreal Convention Centre.
The Montreal Convention Centre is a 10-minute walk from Montreal Central Station;
From the Montreal Central Station, it is also possible to take the metro from Bonaventure (direction Montmorency) and get off at Place-d’Armes station;
From Lucien-L’Allier (direction Montmorency), take the metro to Place-d’Armes station.
Montreal Underground City
The Convention Centre is accessible through the Montreal Underground City, which connects many buildings and shopping centres in the downtown core.
It’s possible to park in the indoor parking at the Montreal Convention Centre, located on Chenneville Street (accessible by Viger Avenue), in the indoor parking of the International District on St-Antoine Street, or in the Old Montreal area in outdoor parking lots or on the street.
There are also parking options at the various metro and train stations around Montreal, Longueuil and Laval.
Our team will be at the 2020 Montreal Home Show! Come discuss your renovation projects and dreams with our Renovation Advisors — they will be happy to guide you, free of charge!