If you find yourself humming "Getting to Know You" as you explore Mont-Royal Cemetery's 165 acres, blame it on the graveyard's most famous permanent guest, Anna Leonowens (1834–1915). She was the real-life model for the heroine of the Rodgers and Hammerstein musical The King and I. The cemetery—established in 1852 by the Anglican, Presbyterian, Unitarian, and Baptist churches—is laid out like a terraced garden, with footpaths that meander between crab-apple
trees and past Japanese lilacs. You can also enter the cemetery through a gate on Parc du Mont-Royal, but it's only open 9–4.
1297 chemin de la Forêt, Montréal, Québec, H2V 2P9, Canada