The Montreal Casino is a casino located on Notre Dame Island (Île Notre-Dame in French) in Montreal, Quebec, the location originally purpose built as the grounds for Expo 67 and also the home of the Montreal Formula 1 Grand Prix auto race. The Montreal Casino is the largest casino in Canada and it is open twenty-four hours per day, seven days a week to patrons aged 18 and older. It opened on October 9, 1993.
The Montreal Casino consists of three interconnected buildings. Two of these, the French Pavilion and the Québec Pavilion were originally built for Expo 67. The third is an annex built by the casino. The casino’s gaming floor measures more than 500K square feet spread out over 6 floors. The Montreal Casino has over 3,200 slot machines more than 115 gaming tables, Keno facilities, large numbers of speed lotteries and virtual games and a Poker room where local Poker aficionados go head to head around the clock.
The Montreal Casino also contains four restaurants, three bars, a cabaret, and meeting and banquet facilities. It is also the home to many local entertainment spectacles and sporting events such as musicals, concerts and boxing fights.
Montreal Casino Admission
Admission is restricted to patrons 18 and over, including the restaurants. Access to the Casino is restricted to persons 18 years of age and older. Visitors appearing to be under age 25 will be requested to present a piece of government-issued photo ID.
Montreal Casino Opening Hours
The Casino is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
The Casino de Montréal is equipped with highly sophisticated security and surveillance systems, and security personnel are strategically posted both inside and outside the facility.
Customers must be appropriately dressed. Any clothing depicting violence or associated with any recognized violent group is prohibited.