Since 1987, the city hosts the month of September Jazz Festival in Touraine. In 2010, more than 20,000 people, 5 over a period of 10 days. To organize this event, an association was created in 1990 so that the festival can take its autonomy vis-à-vis the municipality. Today, about 200 volunteers involved in the organization.
Chateau of Bourdaisière: It currently houses the Conservatory of tomato ( about 500 varieties).
St. Lawrence Church: The original building was replaced late XI- XII start a single-nave church, which still remain the base of the tower and arched ass oven choir. The inscription " French Republic " was performed on the facade to 1881. On the left gable is visible a graffito of a barge, ex- voto Petty dating from the late seventeenth century. The church also has stained glass windows of the twentieth century, one depicting the bombing of the bridge Montlouis -sur -Loire in May-June 1944, directed by the master glassmaker Fournier .
The rectory, former mansion of the sixteenth century listed historical monument in 1927 would have sheltered the loves of Henri IV and Gabrielle d' Estrées . Ornate dormers and gables topped with sculpted seams of a shell, the building reflects the art of the Renaissance.
Maison de la Loire: Museum dedicated to the Loire.
The Heart city district: Great neighborhood 'green' in the center of the city consists of buildings for rental ( social landlord ) and the sale . Individual homes, businesses and a large media center .
The hiking trail GR 3, the pilgrimage to Compostela Via Turonensis and the circuit of the Loire by bike through Montlouis .
Two railway bridges, built in 1846 and in 1989, crossing the Loire Montlouis height .