Low-key bachelor party ideas in Montreal

Montreal is well known for its eclectic party scene and strip clubs, and it’s most certainly a popular spot for bachelor parties. Here are a few ideas for daytime bachelor party activities leading into the big night.

Ciel Aventure Québec Inc

2700 av du Cosmodôme, Laval, QC H7T 2X1

Before taking the plunge into married life, why not take a dive in a sky diving simulator? Head to SkyVenture Montreal in Laval and book a group package for up to eight people that includes training, tunnel gear and the free fall portion of skydiving. It’s a guaranteed good time before the big night out with the boys.

Laser Quest

1226, rue Sainte-Catherine O, Montréal, QC H3G 1P1

Round up your groomsmen and head down to Laser Quest for a good old afternoon of laser tag. Enjoy their five-floor maze and play as a team or against one another. Make sure to leave enough time to relax and have a shower before the big night, as you’ll be sure to get a competitive sweat on.

Surf Maeva

2005, boul Daniel-Johnson, Laval, QC H7T 1H8

Take the groom-to-be for an afternoon of surfing at Maeva Surf. You can rent out the full wave, complete with a stocked bar and an instructor. You’ll also be able to enjoy a few drinks on their private terrace after your surf session. Leave enough time to unwind before heading out on the town.

Action 500 Karting Paintball

5592, rue Hochelaga, Montréal, QC H1N 3L7

Try paintballing or go-karting, or both, at Canada’s largest indoor karting track and paintball battlefield. They offer special bachelor group packages, a few of which come with prizes and medal ceremonies. Action 500 is also the only place in Montreal that offers nine-horsepower go-karts.

Club de Golf UFO

4600B boul Dagenais O, Laval, QC H7R 1L5

Whether or not your groom is a golfer, take him out to whack a few balls at the UFO golf dome in Laval. If it’s nice out, you can try out their outdoor range too. And if your swing needs some fine-tuning, you can also book an instructor. After your round, be sure to grab a few drinks at the clubhouse bar.

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