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DuProprio Industries Bonneville JCPerreault Centura

Frequently Asked Questions

Directions to the HomeExpo

Olympic Stadium Entrance
4141 Pierre-De Coubertin
Montreal, Quebec H1V 0B2

By Subway

The Stadium is accessible via an indoor corridor from the Pie-IX subway station.

Access for people with reduced mobility

The stadium, the HomeExpo and restrooms are all accessible for persons with reduced mobility. Most exhibits can be visited by wheelchair, except the model homes, which can be seen and admired from outside. Wheelchairs are available at the cloakroom for free. ID must be left on deposit during use.


There are 4,000 indoor parking spaces and 270 outdoor spaces available during the Event. A fee of $20 per day taxes included is charged for the indoor spaces. Accessible from Rue Pierre-de-Coubertin. (PA1, PA2)(PA1, PA2)


Food services are available inside the Olympic Stadium or near the entrance, location of the brand-new Café Station In Vivo, offering a high quality but reasonably priced menu.

Food and drinks may be brought on site. Microwaves are available. Request access at the promoter’s office.

zone-familiale-dupropriowebWith children

You can visit the whole show with a stroller. Stroller parkings allow you to visit the model homes. DuProprio offers a play area midway in the show with inflatable slides, breastfeeding zone with microwave and changing table, in association with JC Perreault.

DuProprio Family Zone

The kids can come have fun at the free DuProprio playground! The nearby lounge area lets parents take a break while keeping an eye on the kids!

In collaboration with

DuProprio Industries Bonneville JCPerreault Centura


Children (from 6 to 12 years old)$6,50
Students, seniors & persons with disabilities$13
Free for children of 5 years old and underFREE


Thursday, Feb. 712 pm – 9 pm
Friday, Feb. 810 am – 9 pm
Saturday, Feb. 910 am – 9 pm
Sunday, Feb. 1010 am – 5 pm

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