4777 Pierre-De-Coubertin Avenue
Montréal H1V 1B3The Biodome will be open to the public, at reduced capacity, as of February 1, 2022, following the government announcement on Tuesday, January 25.Learn more
With five ecosystems of the Americas, the Biodôme, home to over 2,500 animals representing 200 different species and some 800 plant species, is like a walk in nature.
1001, rue Lenoir, local E-206, Montréal (Québec) H4C 2Z6
This museum, housed in the former RCA Victor factory, pays tribute to Emile Berliner, inventor of the gramophone and recording. Its vast collections are invaluable for anyone wishing to know more about the history and development of technology using electromagnetic waves.Learn more
2900, rue Édouard-Montpetit, Local D-129
Montréal H3T 1J4
If you’re looking for curiosities, you mustn’t miss this museum on the history of dentistry from the 18th century to the present. The collection of artifacts with odd uses and fascinating descriptions will make you appreciate how far dentistry has come!Learn more
1003, boulevard Décarie, Montréal (Québec) H4A 0A9Canada’s largest museum in a hospital presents the story of the Shriners Masonic fraternity and their Montréal hospital, one of Canada’s leading pediatric care and research centres since 1925.Learn more
2 de la Commune Street West
At the end of St-Laurent Blvd., corner de la Commune Street, Old Port of MontréalDynamic, participatory and exciting exhibitions to explore the science and technology that shape our lives! Experience the countless spinoffs of scientific and technical development, imagine the future and discover the impact of environmental issues in stimulating spaces where you can touch, manipulate, test thanks to interactive devices. At the IMAX®TELUS cinema, immerse yourself in worlds larger than life, experience new adventures on a giant screen, through spectacular images and a powerful 36,000 W sound system.Learn more
4801 Pierre-de Coubertin Avenue
Montréal H1V 3V4The Planétarium Rio Tinto Alcan will be open to the public, at reduced capacity, as of February 1, 2022, following the government announcement on Tuesday, January 25.Learn more
The Planétarium Rio Tinto Alcan redefines the very essence of planetariums through its original and innovative approach to astronomy. Shows both poetic and scientific are presented in its immersive theatres.
4101 Sherbrooke Street East
Montréal H1X 2B2The Jardin botanique greenhouses will be open to the public, at reduced capacity, as of February 1, 2022, following the government announcement on Tuesday, January 25. The outdoor gardens remain open in accordance with current health regulations.Learn more
Founded in 1931 by Brother Marie-Victorin, the Jardin botanique de Montréal is now renowned worldwide as one of the finest and largest of its kind.