Top Family Attractions

A sweet treat at Montreal’s largest park

Cap-Saint-Jacques nature park offers cross-country ski trails, fatbiking as well as walking trails and sledding
Science Centre offers challenges

Science Centre offers at-home challenges

From trying out nifty experiments to solving climate change, there are several ways families can have fun this March break
Winter fun at Oka National Park

Winter fun at Oka National Park

The list of activities for families includes sledding, hiking, fatbiking, snowshoeing and more
Immersive exhibition comes to town

Immersive exhibition comes to town

This new multimedia experience includes a look at hygge, the Danish wellness lifestyle and a tour of seven of the world’s new architectural wonders
Sugar shacks bring the experience home

Sugar shacks bring the experience home

More than 70 Quebec maple syrup producers are launching a joint project to offer pre-packaged meals to families
French science podcasts for kids

French science podcasts for kids

Through playful stories presented by Montreal Space for Life, children can learn about planets, plants, animals and insects

Families are welcomed back to newly renovated Biodome

Families are invited to experience the new and improved nature museum with a mobile app that is replacing traditional information panels
Nature trails to enjoy year-round

Nature trails to enjoy year-round

Besides its use as an educational resource, the Morgan Arboretum is enjoyed by families as an outdoor recreational facility
New opportunities for fun

New opportunities for fun in the Plateau

Both pop-up park installations provide an opportunity to encourage unstructured play outdoors
Two cheetahs flown to new home

Two cheetahs flown to new home

In an effort to bolster genetic diversity and contribute to the survival of the species, Parc Safari has sent two of its cats to Zimbabwe
great spaces for outdoor fun

Three great spaces for outdoor fun

If ever there was a season to discover new places to exercise outdoors and seek out nature, this is it. Here are three parks that might be of interest to families.

Discover one of Montreal’s largest parks

Frédéric-Back Park was formerly a limestone quarry and landfill site until the 1980s when the City of Montreal began restoring it while promoting biodiversity and sustainable ecosystems