Observing animals in their ecosystems at the Biodome

Date/Time

September 07, 2021 to January 03, 2022

09:00 AM until 05:00 PM

This event occurs weekly, 1 weeks on Sunday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday

Description

The Montréal Biodôme is one of the few places in the world to reproduce so faithfully the complexity of the natural environment and the interactions between animal and plant species. This museum invites you to discover plants and animals from five ecosystems of the Americas:
  • Discover the Montréal Biodôme's Tropical Rainforest with its lush vegetation, tropical mammals and dozens of exotic birds.
  • In the Gulf of St. Lawrence, explore underwater life, hundreds of fish, invertebrates and breathe the salty air.
  • At the Laurentian Maple Forest, a typical Quebec forest, you can see lynx, river otter, beaver and raccoons.
  • The Labrador Coast at the Montréal Biodôme presents the birds of the Alcidae family. Don't miss the dazzling Atlantic puffins ballet!
  • In the Sub-Antarctic Islands, penguins are the stars of the show. A refreshing family outing idea!
Please note: closed December 24 & 25. Opens at 1 p.m. on January 1. Opened Monday December 20, 27 and January 3. 

Cost

Adults $16.50, children 5-17 $8.25, free for kids 4 & under (prices for Quebec residents only)

Location

Montréal Biodôme
4777 Av. Pierre-De Coubertin,
Montréal, QC, H1V 1B3, Canada View map

Additional Information

Phone:

514-868-3000

Ages:

All ages

Language:

Bilingual

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