317 Party Venues near Bromont, QC

Sutton, QC  
Capacity: 50
Our Goal at Sutton's Haven is to provide you, our guest, a home away from home. Our friendly staff and delightfully comfortable space will give you a soft place to fall after your day of activities be it winter or summer! Located at the base of Mount Sutton a quick 2 minute drive or 10 minute walk
Austin, QC  
Capacity: 250
$5,000 per event
The perfect venue for reunions, anniversaries, wedding receptions, and parties of all sorts. Dancing, live music, barbecues, good times!! Let us help you organize your big party.
Orford, QC  
Capacity: 325
Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, QC  
Capacity: 400
North Troy, VT  
Capacity: 200
Austrian alpine stucco - In Jay Peak State Forest, adjacent to ski lifts.
Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, QC  
Capacity: 40
Mont-Saint-Hilaire, QC  
Capacity: 160
$129 per person
A historic setting ideal for events! Only 30 minutes from Montreal, the Manoir gracefully rises from the natural beauty of the Mont Saint-Hilaire along the banks of the Richelieu river. It is characterized by the original and impressive Tudor-style architecture. The Manoir Rouville-Campbell has t
Montreal, QC  
Canton-de-Hatley, QC  
Capacity: 120
Saint-Marc-sur-Richelieu, QC  
Capacity: 150
Saint Albans, VT  
Capacity: 150
Sherbrooke, QC  
Capacity: 1200
Drummondville, QC  
Capacity: 80
Sherbrooke, QC  
Capacity: 400
Founded in 1843, Bishop's University is steeped in history and local heritage. Embrace by the St. Francis and Massawippi rivers, Bishop's 500 acre campus is comfortably situated in the Eastern Townships. Nearby you will find the vibrant cities of Montréal and Québec as well as the neighbouring stat
Longueuil, QC  
Capacity: 300
Varennes, QC  
Capacity: 100
Montreal, QC  
Capacity: 64
$45-$165 per person
$26-$34 per event
A symbol of Old Montreal’s rich history, Auberge du Vieux-Port is the area’s only hotel settled along the Saint Lawrence River. The two structures that house its 45 rooms are over a century and a half old and once operated as warehouses, back when the waterway still forged city’s life vein. With a c