Montreal BiodomeCurrently Open [Closes at 05:00 pm]
- Address: 160 Chemin Tour-de-l'Isle, Montreal, QC H3C 4G8, Canada
- Timings: 09:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
- Phone: 1-5148683000
- Ticket Price: 19 CAD
- Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
- Tags: Family And Kids
The Montreal Biodome is truly a marvelous spectacle in Montreal. Inside the facility visitors can find all the 4 ecosystems that are present in the Americas. With its high popularity it is recommended to buy tickets for Montreal Biodome in advance to avoid getting stuck in long queues. You can get some great Montreal Biodome ticket deals on our ticket section and also combine tickets for Montreal Biodome with many other awesome deals and offers.
The Montreal Biodome is one of four offices that include Space forever, Canada's biggest common sciences display center complex. The Biodome building houses five biological communities - emulating atmosphere and scene - through which guests might walk around relaxation, namely, the Tropical Forest, featuring lavish vegetation and a steamy atmosphere, the Laurentian Maple Forest which is the home to beavers, otters and lynx, etc. Consider something like one to two hours to visit the Montreal Biodome. Anyhow given that the Insectarium, Botanical Gardens and Olympic Stadium are in the same region, you can use the better part of a day going to in the zone.
The Montreal Biodome offers audio guides (at an expense), a blessing shop, restaurant, cloakroom and strollers (gratis). Nature mediators are available along the environment pathway to answer inquiries. Montreal Biodome hours change marginally all through the year, with more drawn out hours 7 days a week through summer months. A grown-up's entry to the Montreal Biodome was Can$18.75, with diminished rates for Quebec occupants, youngsters, seniors, understudies and groups of four. In the event that you're a family and wanting to visit the Biodome and also the Insectarium, Botanical Garden and Planetarium, make sure to examine buying a twelve-month pass - regardless of the possibility that you visit every once, you might safeguard cash.
The Olympic Stadium, Planetarium, Insectarium, and Botanical Gardens adjust an outing to the Montreal Biodome, as all are in the range, inside strolling separation for most individuals (around the range of 10/15 minutes). The Insectarium and Botanical Garden are on the same site - adjoining Maissoneuve Park - in the ballpark of a 15 moment stroll from the Biodome and Olympic Stadium. Generally, there is very little else in the quick range. In the event that you want to eat or lunch close-by, have it mapped out in light of the fact that you won't only unearth much.
- Biodome Montreal virtual tour also available.
- Parking is available.
- Montreal Biodome admission for adults: 18.75 CAD
- Reduced ticket fee for Quebec occupants, youngsters, seniors, understudies and groups of four.
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28.96% of people who visit Montreal include Montreal Biodome in their plan
38.55% of people start their Montreal Biodome visit around 09 AM
2 Hrs 30 Minutes
People usually take around 2 Hrs 30 Minutes to see Montreal Biodome
90.38% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Montreal Biodome
Excellent experience! Unique museum with and incredible architecture I founded beautiful... Is so impressive all the information you can get about global warming and climate change, this was very much educative...
Excellent museum - Only one of it's kind I've ever experienced. Different habitats are enclosed in different zones, giving a realistic appreciation of the climate and environmental conditions for each habitat. Very well done.
We really enjoyed the visit. Going up on the tower, you can see all Montreal from there, we went also to the space center close to it, very nice.
Interesting museum to learn about ways to protect the planet and how nature works. Love the architecture of the buildings. The museum brings nature to life indoors. Worth a visit if you are spending a few days in Montreal. The yellow Metro line goes right by the Biosphere.
Great place to learn about fauna and flora. The Biodome is split by different ecosystems ranging from tropical to subarctic. Great place for kids and adults alike. It is currently being renovated in 2018, but once renos are completed it will be bigger and offer more to the public.