Family Activities

  • Sun, Jul 25, 2021

  • The Eureka Festival! is the biggest science festival in Quebec! The 2021’s unique edition of the Eureka Festival! has been completely redesigned to respect health measures and continue to support scientific culture in Quebec and beyond. This virtual platform, always defined by our fun, educational and festive signature, will take place in order to continue to stimulate young people's interest in science : Virtual Eurêka! is an exciting game designed…

    Cost: FREE

    Where

    On your computer screen View map

    Montreal, QC, CA
  • The bike link is a safe, well-maintained marked trail of about 14 kms, reserved for bicycles. The bike path links Montréal, Parc Jean-Drapeau, Île des Soeurs and the South Shore municipalities: it is one of the rare spots where you can cross the Saint Lawrence River on your bike. The bike link is part of the Great Trail and the Route verte, and it provides a wide vista of unique and spectacular views of…

    Cost: FREE

    Where

    Parc Jean Drapeau, Ile Ste. Helene View map
    1 Circuit Gilles Villeneuve,
    Montreal, H3C 1A9, QC, CA
  • Set in the middle of the Saint Lawrence River, Parc Jean Drapeau is regarded as an outstanding place for birdwatching. For pure pleasure, many amateur birdwatchers travel around the Parc to identify and list the various bird species and take photos of them. All year long visitors are invited to watch the diverse types of birds at the Parc by going along the many walking paths on Notre-Dame and Sainte-Hélène islands. COVID-19…

    Cost: FREE

    Where

    Parc Jean Drapeau, Ile Ste. Helene View map
    1 Circuit Gilles Villeneuve,
    Montreal, H3C 1A9, QC, CA
  • BMX bike enthusiasts will be thrilled with this unique installation. The almost 3m-wide course totals 280 linear metres, and includes hydraulic starting gates with lights, 13 jumps, 14 flat and three asphalt curves. The four-lane starting grid lets more advanced bikers quickly gain speed while the layout of the track allows children and beginners to use the easier sections. The BMX track is accessible to the public at no charge…

    Cost: FREE

    Where

    Parc de la Polyvalente View map
    15200 Sherbrooke St. E.,
    Pointe-aux-Trembles, H1A 3P9, , CA
  • A popular bicycle installation has reopened for a second season, geared to helping children aged 2-12 practice their cycling skills in a safe location, away from vehicle traffic. There are directional signals, dinosaur and animal crossings, painted designs, small speed bumps, bridges, and a bike maintenance area. Beginning June 12th and continuing on alternating Saturdays, Centre Sablon will be offering free activities for children aged 4-11.

    Cost: FREE

    Where

    La Fontaine Park View map
    3819 Avenue Calixa-Lavallée,
    Montreal, H2L 3A7, QC, CA
  • The Olympic Park Esplanade has just opened a brand new sports facility: the Vans Skatepark. This international-caliber skatepark is located in the 900 section of the Esplanade, near Sherbrooke street, and is the first such permanent facility to be installed at an existing Olympic site. Measuring a whopping 10,000 square metres, the new street course section features rails, ledges, and banks for everyone — whether you’ve been skating for decades,…

    Cost: FREE

    Where

    Olympic Park Esplanade View map
    4141 Pierre-de-Coubertin Ave.,
    Montreal, H1V 3N7, QC, CA
  • For their fourth summer at Maisonneuve Park, the Biquette sheep are enlarging their flocks: 16 sheep will maintain the lawn during the summer months, as part of the urban eco-grazing project. These little four-legged clippers help reduce the noise and environmental pollution of our cities. Every day, all summer long, enjoy a unique experience exploring nature, right in the heart of the city. Educational activities are also offered throughout the…

    Cost: FREE admission

    Where

    Maisonneuve Park View map
    4500 Rosemont Blvd.,
    Montreal, H1X 2B1, QC, CA
  • Families are invited to borrow and enjoy a wide variety of outdoor equipment for all ages. There are bicycles for the smallest toddler to teens and adults, versatile bicycle trailers you can pull or convert to a jogging stroller, inline skates, badminton nets, tennis equipment, slacklines, soccer balls, child carriers for hikes, lawn games, scooters and more. Borrowing equipment is easy and available for all, even out-of-town visitors who may…

    Cost: FREE

    Where

    Le centre de prêt de matériel de plein air de Pause Parents-Enfants de Verdun View map
    4400 LaSalle Blvd.,
    Lasalle, H4G 2A8, QC, CA
  • The St. Zotique beach is just a short 30-minute drive from Montreal and this huge site boasts a long sandy beach complete with thatched umbrellas, a gradual entrance into the water, swimming, a playground, a fenced wading pool, watercraft rentals, an inflatable obstacle course on the water, picnic areas, and more. Also on-site is an ice-cream shop, canteen, and terrace (cash or debit only). Advance ticket purchase highly recommended.

    Cost: Adults $12, children 9-12 $7, kids 5-8 $5, seniors $8 . Advance ticket purchase highly recommended.

    Where

    Saint-Zotique Beach View map
    105 81st Ave.,
    Saint-Zotique, J0P 1Z0, QC, CA
  • At the heart of Mont Rigaud, this park features natural beauty, thrills and loads of excitement. Climb into your harness and come live an unbelievable treetop experience, release your inner Tarzan on the mega zip lines, free your imagination in the Arbre-en-Ciel Village and rest up in our Artemania trail network. You’ll surpass your every expectation, and emerge a proud warrior after doing it all! Tickets must be purchased in…

    Cost: Ticket prices vary based on age and activity. Various packages and promotions available online. Tickets must be purchased in advance.

    Where

    Arbraska Rigaud View map
    85 Bourget Rd.,
    Rigaud, J0P 1P0, QC, CA
  • One of Quebec's historic, functioninig windmills is located at Pointe du Moulin on ÎIe-Perrot where, during the summer months, this historic site is turned into a spot filled with family activities. There are daily guided tours, archery workshops, an interpretation centre, demonstations of the oven and cookie tasting (Saturdays & Sundays). Check website for activity times.

    Cost: Variety of ticket prices depending on residency. See website for more details and to reserve your spot.

    Where

    Pointe-du-Moulin Historic Park View map
    2500 Don Quichotte Blvd.,
    Notre Dame de L'Ile Perrot, J7V 7P2, QC, CA
  • Parc Jean-Drapeau has one of the finest outdoor aquatic complexes in Canada! The recreation pool for open swimming and lane swimming for the general public is usually accessible every day of the summer season. The gradual-slope recreational pool, which covers an area of 3,557 square metres, is perfect for swimming and playing in the water. The bottom has a cushioned rubber mat for children's comfort and safety. And the water temperature is…

    Cost: Adults $6.50, children ages 3-13 $3, families (2 adults, 2 children) $15. Advance ticket purchase highly recommended

    Where

    Parc Jean Drapeau, Ile Ste. Helene View map
    1 Circuit Gilles Villeneuve,
    Montreal, H3C 1A9, QC, CA
  • Reconnect with nature via an interactive guided farm visit. Feed the ducks, bunnies, chickens, sheep and goats, interact with a farm dog and learn about bees. The tour is suitable for children age 2 & up. All children must be accompanied by an adult. Please wear long pants and summer hat. Bug repellent is recommended. Strollers are impossible to use on the farm. July schedule: Tuesdays, Wednesday, Thursdays, Saturdays and…

    Cost: $30 per family

    Where

    Project PACE farm View map
    1450 Montee Wilson,
    Ile-Bizard, H9E 1K3, QC, CA
  • From the arrival of the steam locomotive in the 19th century, trains have been synonymous with development and openness to the world. Trains evoke a spirit of adventure, a thirst for discovery, and fond memories of all the people we have met, reunited with or said goodbye to on a station platform. Trains are often a first toy of childhood and a true passion for adults! Pointe-à-Callière invites you to…

    Cost: Adults $24, youth (13-30) $16, children (5-12) $8, free for ages 4 & under. Reservations required

    Where

    Pointe-à-Callière, Montréal Archaeology and History Complex View map
    350 place Royale,
    Montréal, H2Y 3Y5, QC, CA
  • Have you got what it takes to be a pirate or a privateer? Pointe-à-Callière is requesting that all shipmates now board the good ship D’Iberville to embark on an immersive and interactive seafaring adventure taking place in the days of New France! Entirely updated and improved, Pointe-à-Callière’s new family exhibition offers a glimpse into the world of the ship’s captain, Pierre Le Moyne d’Iberville, Canada’s most renowned privateer, and a chance to…

    Cost: Adults $24, youth (13-30) $16, children (5-12) $8, free for ages 4 & under. Reservations required

    Where

    Pointe-à-Callière, Montréal Archaeology and History Complex View map
    350, place Royale,
    Montréal, H2Y 3Y5, QC, CA
  • Rent an eco-friendly pedal boat and spend some time on the Bonsecours Basin. Maximum capacity: 2 adults and 2 children

    Cost: $26.10 for 30 minutes, $39.15 for 60 minutes

    Where

    The Clock Tower Entrance View map
    333 rue de la Commune W.,
    Montreal, H2Y 2E2, QC, CA
  • Hanger 16 is over 100 years old and SOS Labyrinthe celebrates this historic icon throughout its theme and storyline. Families search for the four treasures of the longshoremen by exploring a 2 km maze of corridors filled with obstacles, traps and dead ends. There is a new maze configuration every week. An unforgettable adventure in the world's largest indoor maze! Rain or shine!

    Cost: Adults $19.75, teens 13-17 $17.75, children 4-12 $15.75, kids 3 & under FREE

    Where

    SOS Labyrinthe - Hanger 16 View map
    Quai de l'Horloge St.,
    Montreal, H2L 5C1, QC, CA
  • La Grande Roue stands 60 metres high on Ile Bonsecours, making it the biggest observation wheel in the country, and one of the three tallest in North America. Visitors can climb aboard one of the 42 enclosed, temperature-controlled cabins and enjoy a 360 degree view of the downtown core, the river, Jacques-Cartier Bridge and Mount Royal. Rides will last about 15 minutes and go through three full rotations. When the…

    Cost: Tickets starts at $20.12. Variety of packages available for purchase. Online ticket sales available.

    Where

    La Grande Roue de Montreal View map
    362 rue de la Commune E.,
    Montreal, H2Y 0B4, QC, CA
  • The Lachine Canal Nautical Centre offers a wide range of boats to suit just about any desire. Choose from our popular eco-friendly electric boats, a wide range of kayaks, pedal boats and even 13-passenger voyageur canoes!

    Cost: Variety of ticket prices depending on type of boat and duration. Visit website for details. Reservations recommended

    Where

    Lachine Canal View map
    2727B St. Patrick St.,
    Lachine, H3K 0A8, QC, CA
  • The City of Dorval offers nautical enthusiasts an opportunity to rent non-motorized watercrafts over the summer ... kayak, canoe, stand up paddleboard (SUP) and pedal boat rentals ... everything to enjoy Lake St. Louis and Dorval’s magnificent waterfront. Watercraft rentals are for 55 minutes.

    Cost: $5 for Dorval residents, $10 for non-residents

    Where

    Pine Beach Park View map
    Pine Beach Blvd.,
    Dorval, H9S 2E5, QC, CA
  • Join GUEPE naturalist educators in the park to learn more about urban nature and discover interesting artefacts. Loans of outdoor equipment will also be available: scooters, balls, games, identificatin guides, insect nets, binoculars, and more. Two Locations: Beaubien Park - 6635 6e Avenue, Montréal, QC H1Y 2X7 Pelican Park - 2590 Rue Masson, Montréal, QC H1Y 1V9 Schedule: June 12 to October 31: Saturdays and Sundays from 10 a.m. to…

    Cost: FREE

    Where

    Beaubien Park View map
    6635 6e Avenue,
    Montreal, H1Y 2X7, QC, CA
  • Offers more than 20 activities, including wave and paddling pools for the little ones, as well as some extreme activities like the Tarzan's Rope, Grand Canyon and the Tornado for those wanting a bigger thrill. Mountain activities include aerial course, mountain biking, gondola rides, disc golf, climbing wall, trampo-bungee, birds of prey shows, hiking, picnics, and more. Safety and preventative health measures are in place.

    Cost: Tickets start at $25. Purchase tickets online, in advance

    Where

    Ski Bromont Water Park View map
    150 Champlain St.,
    Bromont, J2L 1A2, QC, CA
  • The biggest water park in a mountain setting is preparing its opening. The park benefits from many acres of land and a wide variety of activities built into the mountainside, to keep the whole family refresh this summer! the mountainside make this a unique, unparalleled location. Enjoy a variety of water slides and rides, as well as access to Parc F.U.N. Several health measures will be in place to assure…

    Cost: Starting at $20.99 per person. Children under 2 are free. Advance, online ticket purchase recommended.

    Where

    St. Sauveur Water Park View map
    350 Saint-Denis Ave.,
    St. Sauveur, J0R 1R3, QC, CA
  • TOHU offers you the free loan of bikes and scooters to explore Frédéric-Back Park at your own pace. The equipment loan counter is located on TOHU's public square. Vélorution will also be on hand to give you advice on how to maintain your bike. Registration for activities is mandatory. Every Monday at 10 am, it will be possible to reserve for the following week. Don't delay! Places are limited. Crédit…

    Cost: FREE. Registration required

    Where

    Place publique de la TOHU View map
    2345 Jarry St. E.,
    Montreal, H1Z 4P3, QC, CA
  • Come and make your own kite during our manufacturing workshops and put it to the test! Grain de ciel offers workshops that will allow you to unleash your imagination and creativity. Come and decorate the sky with us! The activities are 30 minutes long. We will host 6 family bubbles per 30 minutes. So 8 time slots per Sunday. Registration for activities is mandatory. Every Monday at 10 am, it…

    Cost: FREE. Registration required

    Where

    TOHU View map
    2345 Jarry St. E.,
    Montreal, H1Z 4P3, QC, CA
  • Free kite loans will be offered at Parc Frédéric-Back throughout the summer! Reserve your kite online and look for the TOHU tent in the Boisé Est to borrow the equipment when the time comes. Registration for activities is mandatory. Every Monday at 10 am, it will be possible to reserve for the following week. Don't delay! Places are limited.

    Cost: FREE. Registration required

    Where

    Parc Frederic-Back View map
    2345 Jarry St. E.,
    Montreal, H1Z 4P3, QC, CA
  • This summer, families can enjoy an introduction to paddle sports with Parks Canada-certified instructors. Open to all, the activity will allow participants to familiarize themselves with watercraft in a safe and supportive environment. During your 1.5-hour activity — including 30 minutes of theory on-shore—  you’ll learn basic canoe techniques, how to control a canoe in calm waters, and safety rules. Canoe, paddles and personal flotation devices will be provided. Online…

    Cost: FREE. Registration required

    Where

    Lachine Canal - Hangar 1825 View map
    40 Rue des Seigneurs,
    Lachine, H3J 1X4, QC, CA
  • In this bilingual workshop, participants will explore the natural world and its relation and influence on art while spending time together outside. Using a slice of wood, the family-friendly activity incorporates printmaking and drawing and is inspired by the Kings of Thule series by Quebec painter and sculptor Jean Paul Riopelle, who was the subject of the major MMFA exhibition Riopelle: The Call of Northern Landscapes and Indigenous Cultures. Variety…

    Cost: $4 for a family of up to four people from the same household.

    Where

    Montreal Museum of Fine Arts View map
    1380 Sherbrooke St. W.,
    Montreal, H3G 1J5, QC, CA
  • Parc Safari opens its doors for the 2021 summer season. Visitors can drive their cars through a safari like adventure and see many animals roaming the park such as zebras, giraffe, deer, emu and more. Afterward, enjoy the walking portion of the safari and see animals like chimpanzee, hyena, bears, tigers and white lions. Finally, enjoy a water park, playground and amusement park area with rides and games.

    Cost: Various pricing for daily tickets and season passes. Check online for details

    Where

    Parc Safari View map
    280 Roxham,
    Saint Bernard de Lacolle, J0J 1V0, QC, CA
  • Climb aboard life-size replicas of a royal and a pirate ship of the 18th century of over 100 feet long and hang onto one of the aerial adventure courses ranging from 2 feet to 35 feet high, climb the wall of the Pirate's ship, or run through the inflatable playgrounds. Schedule may vary depending on weather conditions. Purchase of tickets on the Voiles en Voiles website highly recommended.

    Cost: Various packages available. See website for details. Advance ticket purchase highly recommended.

    Where

    The Old Port, Place des Vestiges View map
    de la Commune,
    Montreal, H2L 5C1, QC, CA
  • Granby Zoo is one of the major zoos located in Canada and North America's northeast. It is home to nearly 1500 animals from over 225 different species. On site, there is also a water park and amusement park for families to enjoy. For the spring 2021 season, a variety of sanitary and safety measures have been put in place to make your visit a pleasant one. Advance online ticket purchase highly…

    Cost: 1-day tickets starting at $11.99 . Online ticket purchase highly recommended.

    Where

    Granby Zoo View map
    1050 David-Bourchard Blvd.,
    Granby, J2H 0Y6, QC, CA
  • For a summer activity that’s out of the ordinary, discover the new Sentiers ludiques (playful trails) that wind their way through the forest in St.Sauveur. The trails offer a unique team-building experience where you’re a part of an adventurous story. Follow the paths, play mini-games, and decode puzzles to help solve a mystery. There are two trails to choose from: The legend of the sacred crystals and The last dragon feather.…

    Cost: Adults $13.50, children (6-17) $11, kids 5 & under free. Online registration required

    Where

    Parc John-H. Molson View map
    Viviane St.,
    St. Sauveur, J0R 1R4, QC, CA
  • Visit the Olympic Park this summer and enjoy the new installation - Îlots76. Bring the kids to see an inflatable replica of the Big O at the foot of the Tower, grab a quick meal or an icy snack, cool off under the water jets and play on multiple sports-themed inflatable games. Parents can enjoy a break on comfortable Adirondack chairs while they watch the kids play.

    Cost: $9 for first hour, $5 for additional hours. Season passes $49 (unlimited access)

    Where

    Olympic Park View map
    4141 Pierre-de-Coubertin Ave.,
    Montreal, H1V 3N7, QC, CA
  • Families can take a pedal boat out for an enjoyable ride in Centennial Lake. Summer Schedule: Weekdays from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. Saturdays from 1 p.m. to 8 p.m. Sundays from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.

    Cost: $5 for 20 mintues (non-members). Free with CSL Fun Card

    Where

    Pierre Elliott Trudeau Park View map
    6975 Mackle Rd.,
    Cote St. Luc, H4W 1A5, QC, CA
  • Jean-Doré Beach is an ideal and must-go-to place for swimming enthusiasts. You can swim, get refreshed and play in the water in the huge modular swimming zone that covers a maximum 15,000 square metres in area. The Beach also provides an easy and special access to nature: a place where you can play in the golden sand, loll in the sun, rest under the shady trees and enjoy a relaxing…

    Cost: $9 per person (14 years & over), $4.50 for ages 3-13, $22 for families (2 adults, 2 children), FREE for kids ages 2 & under

    Where

    Parc Jean Drapeau, Ile Ste. Helene View map
    1 Circuit Gilles Villeneuve,
    Montreal, H3C 1A9, QC, CA
  • Aquazilla is an obstacle course on water! Head to the beach and climb aboard the 30x35 meter inflatable structure with slides and platforms for jumping into the water. Challenge your friends and family to see who can complete the course first. Advance ticket purchase recommended. Main features: Wiggle bridge Deck Infinity loop Central trampoline Wide assortment of slides Action and climbing tower Cliff Monkey bars Winners' podium Flip bag Giant swing Children…

    Cost: Various pricing options. See description for details. Advance ticket purchase recommended

    Where

    Parc Jean Drapeau, Ile Ste. Helene View map
    1 Circuit Gilles Villeneuve,
    Montreal, H3C 1A9, QC, CA
  • During the summer season, Eco Tours Montreal is set up at the Jean-Doré Beach water activities Pavilion and provide clientele with a range of watercraft rentals, including: Canoes Kayaks Pedal boats Advance ticket purchase recommended.  

    Cost: Rentals starting at $14 per hours. See website for full details.

    Where

    Parc Jean Drapeau, Ile Ste. Helene View map
    1 Circuit Gilles Villeneuve,
    Montreal, H3C 1A9, QC, CA
  • Life’s a beach in Montréal, especially in the Old Port! Just five minutes from downtown, the Clock Tower Beach on the quay of the same name, offers sun, sand and a unique holiday atmosphere. The Clock Tower Beach features heaps of soft, silky sand, lounge chairs, colourful parasols and a wooden boardwalk. While swimming isn’t allowed, refreshing mist stations set up along the beach take the edge off of the…

    Cost: FREE

    Where

    The Old Port Clock Tower View map
    333 rue de la Commune W.,
    Montreal, H2Y 2E2, QC, CA
  • Every Sunday, from July 11 to August 29, a free outdoor bicycle program will be offered in the Trudeau back parking lot for children 3 to 12 years old. Schedule: Ages 3-5: 11 a.m. to noon Ages 5-12: 12:30 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. and 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. Online registration is required.

    Cost: FREE. Reservations required

    Where

    Pierre Elliott Trudeau Park (back parking lot) View map
    6975 Mackle Rd.,
    Cote St. Luc, H4W 1A5, QC, CA
  • The Reading Tent is back this summer at Parc des Éperviers near the chalet. Your children are invited to come and be told stories and discover new books. Free activity; no registration required. Canceled in case of rain. Maximum number of participants in effect according to the level of health alert.

    Cost: FREE

    Where

    Parc des Éperviers (near the chalet) View map
    89 rue de la Rivelaine,
    Notre Dame de L'Ile Perrot, J7V 9G2, QC, CA
  • Choose from two different private outdoor tours that are led by a volunteer guide from the museum and designed exclusively for family bubbles of up to eight people. Bring an umbrella in case since the tours go on rain or shine. Let’s Talk Sculpture welcomes you to explore and learn more about the art and features that animate the museum’s outdoor Sculpture Garden, one of Montreal’s most important public art…

    Cost: $4 for a family of up to four people from the same household. Reservations required

    Where

    Montreal Museum of Fine Arts View map
    1380 Sherbrooke St. W.,
    Montreal, H3G 1J5, QC, CA
  • Each weekend, from July 24 to the end of August, a different assembly of three short shows will be presented under the big top. Affordable shows to discover a host of artists and disciplines. Keep an eye out for surprise performances in the TOHU's public square. A complete immersion in the world of the circus! Extend the experience by reserving one of our new picnic bubbles for a bite to…

    Cost: Regular rates starting at $19.95. Buy your tickets online

    Where

    TOHU View map
    2345 Jarry St. E.,
    Montreal, H1Z 4P3, QC, CA
  • Come and try the first urban zipline circuit in Canada. Montreal Zipline offers you a thrilling experience while discovering Montreal from a bird’s eye view. Transform yourself into a superhero flying over the city. The zip-line course flies over the famous Bonsecours island in Montreal’s Old Port, which is one of the city's most popular tourist areas. Bring the whole family! It’s open to everyone ages 3 and up. No need to book your…

    Cost: Adults $19.99 + tax, children $16.99 + tax

    Where

    Clock Tower - Old Port of Montreal View map
    1 Clock Tower Quay St.,
    Montreal, H2L 5C1, QC, CA
  • Explore what lies beyond the traditional poutine and discover more than 40 unprecedented poutine styles prepared by some of Québec’s greatest chef poutineers. T new 2021 edition is safe and respects public health recommandations. On site, visitors will enjoy fun, good food and laughs with music and entertainment for everybody.From July 21 to July 31, enjoy your meal in front of the animations of the artists of Cirque Éloize starting…

    Cost: FREE admission. Cost for food and beverages

    Where

    The Old Port - Quai-de-l'Horloge View map
    333 rue de la Commune W.,
    Montreal, H2Y 2E2, QC, CA
  • The Pointe-du-Moulin Historical Park will liven up your picnics during Rustic Sundays. On the menu, tasting of local beers, musical performances o ff ered by artists from the region, all in a natural and enchanting setting! Reservations required. 

    Cost: Variety of ticket prices depending on residency. See website for more details and to reserve your spot.

    Where

    Pointe-du-Moulin Historic Park View map
    2500 Don Quichotte Blvd.,
    Notre Dame de L'Ile Perrot, J7V 7P2, QC, CA
  • An outdoor activity in a beautiful orchard. Observe and feed chicks, ducklings and bunnies, decorate chicken coops, learn new artistic skills from a professional artist and receive an illustrated book depicting the animals from Project PACE farm. The tour is suitable for children age 2 & up. All children must be accompanied by an adult. Please wear long pants and summer hat. Bug repellent is recommended. July schedule: Saturdays &…

    Cost: $25 per family

    Where

    Verger Pépinière Bord-du-Lac View map
    1490 Montee Wilson, H9E 1H1
    Ile-Bizard, H9E 1K3, QC, CA
  • Reconnect with nature via an interactive guided farm visit. Feed the ducks, bunnies, chickens, sheep and goats, interact with a farm dog and learn about bees. The tour is suitable for children age 2 & up. All children must be accompanied by an adult. Please wear long pants and summer hat. Bug repellent is recommended. Strollers are impossible to use on the farm. July schedule: Tuesdays, Wednesday, Thursdays, Saturdays and…

    Cost: $30 per family

    Where

    Project PACE farm View map
    1450 Montee Wilson,
    Ile-Bizard, H9E 1K3, QC, CA

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