directions_walkGolden Square Mile
The Golden Square Mile is historically known for its mansions built on the slopes of Mount Royal and Sherbrooke Street West from the mid 1800's thru the 1920's. It's also home to the old Royal Victoria Hospital, The Montreal General Hospital, McGill University, Concordia University, the McCord Museum and the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts. There is great architecture here and beautiful streets. This walk is also a good workout, as you will be going up and down streets on the slopes of Mount Royal. Bordered on the north by Pine Avenue, to the south by René-Lévesque, to the west by Guy Street and to the east by University Street.
There are so many buildings to see - we have only shown a handful.
The old Royal Victoria Hospital (founded 1893)
Lady Meredith House - 1110 Pine Ave. (built 1894)
Charles Meredith House - 1130 Pine Ave. (built 1907)
Purvis Hall - 1020 Pine Ave. (built 1907)
Peel Street - looking south
Stanley Street - homes
Art Galleries - Sherbrooke Street West
Montreal Museum of Fine Arts - Sherbrooke Street West (built 1912)
Ritz Carleton - Sherbrooke Street West (built 1912)
Hugh Graham House - 1172 Sherbrooke Street West (built 1895)
Redpath Museum - McGill University (built 1882)
Redpath Hall - McGill University (built 1893)
Erskine And American United Church -1339 Sherbrooke Street West (built 1894)
Van Horne Mansion - built 1869 - demolished by a developer in 1973.
It stood at the north-east corner of Sherbrooke and Stanley streets.
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