Activity at the Bell Centre
The Bell Centre opens its doors for a morning full of great activities. It’s a unique experience to share with family or friends.
Enjoy breakfast at the La Mise au jeu private club, skate on the Montreal Canadiens’ hockey rink in the company of our surprise guests, and get a behind-the-scenes peek at the Bell Centre with an experienced guide.
Get swept away by the magic of this legendary place. Discover anecdotes, fun facts and parts unknown: at every turn, you will walk in the footsteps of your favourite players.
Lace up your skates and join us!
The activity is now sold out.
No registration will be possible on site.
Sunday, October 14, 8:00 a.m. to noon
1909, avenue des Canadiens, Montréal (map)
8:00 a.m. Welcome, pastries, entertainment and face-painting for kids
8:45 a.m. Word of welcome and prizes
9:00 a.m. Free skating and behind-the-scenes tours in small groups
11:00 a.m. Tasting of Bell Center’s famous hot dogs
12:00 a.m. End of activity
Rates (taxes not-included)
Members and non-members • Aged 15 and over : $35
Pre-novice to Bantam • 2 to 14 years of age : $10
Future stars • Under 2 years of age : free
To ensure your participation at this event, you must read the terms and conditions below. You will also need to download and print the non-liability agreement (Adult and/or Child) to provide a signed copy at the welcome desk upon your arrival.
Terms and conditions
Anyone aged 18 and over must sign a non-liability agreement.
- Anyone under 18 years of age must present a non-liability agreement signed by a parent or guardian. Anyone accompanying this person who is neither a parent nor guardian may not sign the non-liability agreement.
Anyone under 18 years of age must wear a helmet for the free skating activity.
- Anyone under 12 years of age must wear a helmet, gloves or mittens for the free skating activity.
- Walkers are permitted for young children who do not know how to skate.
- Children under 2 years of age are not permitted on the ice.
A section will be reserved in the stands for attendants who do not wish to skate.
- Gathering or loitering on the edge of the ice surface
- Sitting on rink boards
- Drinking, eating or smoking on the ice
- Giving piggybacks or carrying someone in your arms while skating
- Skating with a hockey stick
- Horseplay or shoving
- Racing or excessive speeding
- Chain skating, playing tag or throwing snowballs
- Stopping abruptly
- Throwing objects on the ice
- Skating against the crowd or backwards
- Doing figure skating routines or playing hockey
- Skating with a chair or stroller
- Note that there will be no equipment rental (skates, walker, helmet, etc.) or skate sharpening service available at the Bell Centre.
Wear your favourite player’s jersey or a blue CPA top!
514 288.3256