When there are no large-scale events, it is not possible to enter the stadium. The open area is an observation deck through a lift, which overlooks the scenery near the stadium. Enter at an entrance near P5. On the ground floor of the stadium, it is a bit hard to find. The venue is very old, generally speaking, there is nothing particularly worth visiting.
This was the main venue when Montreal hosted the Summer Olympics, and it was a landmark of Montreal. The most eye-catching leaning tower can be called the elevator climb to the top, where you can overlook downtown Montreal in the distance, which is very good.
Olympic venues in every city will become attractions, and Montreal is of course no exception, and it also has decades of debt repayment. The venues are still very good, you can climb the leaning tower to view the scenery, see the Olympic venues and the cityscape.
Canada's national sports hall was also built during the Olympic Games. It is a modern design, combined with the newly opened buildings in the local area. The park is only large for you, and winter events can also be enjoyed here.
Many years ago, the Olympic Games home stadium, time has passed so many years, still feel very grand and spectacular, certainly can't compare with our bird's nest. Can only see, don't have to stay too long.
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Montreal Botanical Garden,Biodome de Montreal,Parc Olympique,Rue Sainte-Catherine Road,Montreal Insectarium
Messiah_Dillon: Here are some hotels near Parc Olympique: Hotel Universel Montréal,Hotel Auberge Manoir Ville Marie,Hotel le Chablis Cadillac,Ville Marie Room,L'Adresse Botanique - Studio