Family Activities

  • Tue, Sep 22, 2020

  • 25 minutes from Montreal, Labonté Orchard is an ideal site to spend a day with the family. Each year, the team at Verger Labonté offers three unique excursions under an original theme - this year is Chronilogik: a journey through time to save the future. The Ordo Labyrinthe takes about 15-20 minutes to complete and is for children 5 & under. The Temporal Spinning Labyrinthe is open to all and takes…

    Cost: Adults $16.95, children (5-16) $10.95, FREE for kids 4 & under. Online reservations required.


    Vergé Labonté View map
    2291 Perrot Notre-Dame-de-l'Île-Perrot Blvd.,
    Montreal, J7V 8P4, QC, CA
  • Ferme Forget offers a fun and educational activity for young and old. As soon as you arrive, a tractor will bring you to the entrance of the maze. The labyrinth is divided into 2 routes, the first one lasting about 25 minutes will lead you to a playground and rest area. Thereafter, you have the choice to continue the adventure by taking route 2, which lasts about 1 hour. Also…

    Cost: Adult (14 years & up) $7.50, child 5-13 $4.50, FREE for ages 4 & under.


    Ferme Forget View map
    7901 BC. Marcel-Villeneuve,
    Laval, H7A 0H9, QC, CA
  • This course allows young artists to express themselves using various artistic mediums such as acrylic, pastels, colour pencils, crayons and watercolours. All materials provided. Two times: 10:15 a.m. or 10:55 a.m.  Online registration required.

    Cost: FREE for library members. Registration required


    Kirkland Library View map
    17100 Hymus Blvd.,
    Kirkland, H9J 2W2, QC, CA
  • Reconnect with nature via an interactive farm visit. Feed the ducks, bunnies, chickens, sheep and goats, interact with a farm dog and learn about beehives. The tour is suitable for children aged 2 & up. Strollers are not permitted on the farm. All children must be accompanied by an adult. Please wear long pants and summer hat. Bug repellent is MUST. September schedule: Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays: 9:30 a.m.…

    Cost: $12 per family. Online registration and ticket purchase mandatory


    Project PACE farm View map
    1450 Montee Wilson,
    Ile-Bizard, H9E 1K3, QC, CA
  • Bring your young one for an afternoon of skating. One-third of the ice is reserved for tots and two-thirds is reserved for adults. All children must be accompanied by an adult on skates. Mittens and helmet mandatory for children. Online registration is mandatory.

    Cost: FREE. Online registration required.


    Kirkland Arena View map
    16950 Hymus Blvd.,
    Kirkland, H9H 3W7, QC, CA
  • Explore the wonderful world of insects: butterflies, beetles, flies, bees and dragonflies. Vibrant colours, mimicry and camouflage will be featured through   insect photography by entomologist Stéphanie Boucher, along with her collection of specimens. Daily from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. (open until 9 p.m. on Wednesdays) Please note: Closed on Saturdays during August

    Cost: FREE


    Stewart Hall View map
    176 Lakeshore Rd.,
    Pointe-Claire, H9S 4L7, QC, CA
  • Hello, Space Concordia here! Join Space Concordia’s first storytelling event where we’ll be diving into some short stories from the GLOBE program, shedding light on some fascinating earth science concepts. Register here/Inscrivez-vous ici:

    Cost: FREE. Registration required


    Online View map

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Many families will be pleased to know that the city is opening up another spot where they can beat the summer heat

Passport is gateway to city attractions

Tourism Montreal is offering families a chance to visit the city's cultural centres and try out various attractions that have recently reopened