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Biodome de Montreal, Montreal

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Natural History Museum · Museum
An oasis of greenery in the heart of a big city, Biodome de Montreal allows you to journey through the varied ecosystems of the Americas. Originally erected as one of the venues for the 1976 Olympic Games, the building now features exhibits showcasing the natural world of North and South America, including rainforests, subpolar islands, and the Atlantic oceanfront. Five different ecosystems within the biodome support thousands of plant and animal species, including reptiles, birds, mammals, and amphibians. Explore the various sections with ease on a self-guided audio tour. Special audio guides for children are available. Closed for renovations until summer 2019. Put Biodome de Montreal into our Montreal driving holiday planning site to see other points of interest to visit during your vacation in Montreal.
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  • We recently visited from Ottawa, and were really disappointed. They allowed way too many people in at the same time, so it was impossible to maintain physical distance. We saw several people with...  more »
  • Biodome was a very big disappointment. The exhibits are extremely limited and just a few animals. Not at all what I expected and I don’t understand the rave reviews. It took us about 30 minutes to go....  more »
  • Amazing place !!! When we went inside we were taken by complete surprise!!! it was like a forest. Well maintained and adapted for the animals and birds. A great place to take the kids. Getting the tickets for bio-dome early would be a good idea. We got the tickets for bio-dome in the botanical garden entrance itself. That saved us a lot of time from standing in the long queue in bio-dome for the tickets.
  • It’s divided in three sections and each section has a separate entrance fee. With kids I couldn’t visit all three sections though I bought the tickets already. Better plan in advance and be there early if you are actually looking forward to visit all sections. Nice place to visit.

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