FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What are the directions to the Montreal HomeExpo?
The entrance to the Olympic Stadium is located at 4141 Pierre-De Coubertin Montreal, Quebec H1V 0B2. By Subway, the Stadium is accessible via an indoor corridor from the Pie-IX subway station.
Is the show accessible for people with reduced mobility?
The Stadium, the show and the restrooms are all accessible for people with reduced mobility. With access to elevators, it is possible to visit most of the exhibits by wheelchair. However, the model homes are not wheelchair accessible and can be bypassed and admired from the outside. Wheelchairs are available for free at coat check in exchange of an ID card. Please present yourself at the ticket office for directions.
Is there parking?
We invite motorists to direct themselves to parking P1, P2 and P4 (P8 being reserved for trucks). There are about 4,000 indoor parking spaces and 270 outdoor spaces available during the event. A fee of $20 (tax included) per day is charged for the indoor spaces. P1 and P2 are accessible from rue Pierre-de-Coubertin.
Are pets allowed into the Stadium?
Only properly identified guide dogs to help someone with a handicap are authorized inside the Stadium.
Are there restaurants at the show?
Food services are available inside the Olympic Stadium and near the entrance of the show. Food and drinks may be brought to the show.
Is the show suitable for children?
The entire show can be visited with a stroller. You can even find a kids area with an inflatable playground and a breastfeeding zone with microwaves and a changing table, offered by DuProprio in collaboration with JC Perreault. A lounge area will be set up nearby to allow parents to rest while keeping an eye on their kids.