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NOTE THE BIODOME WILL BE CLOSED FOR RENOVATION APRIL 2018 UNTIL SUMMER 2019. Along with the Botanical Garden, the Insectarium and the Rio Tinto Alcan Planetarium, teh Biodome is part of the Montreal Space for Life, Canada's largest natural museum...more
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Seemed like a cool attraction but will not be open until next summer. One would think there would be more urgency in renovating, shame.. Looks like i have extra time to go pick up a sandwich from Schwartz Deli now lol.
There are many other things to see near the now temporarily closed Biodome. If you mistaking make the trip to get here, I highly recommend you instead visit the Botanical Gardens and the Planetarium. You would need about 3 hours total to see both these...More
The Montreal Biodome is a part of the Espace pour la vie Montreal (Space for Life), the largest natural science museum complex in Canada. The structure used to be a velodrome constructed for the 1976 Olympic Games. It recreated 5 different ecosystems with a wide...More
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I am so glad they have closed it to renovate. The last time we were there with the family you could see how dated it was. Once it reopens I am sure it will be a place that we will frequent more often as the...More
We spent an afternoon touring the nearby Botanical Gardens as well as taking the tram up into the tower to get a birds eye view of Montreal. Both were fun, but wished we had the opportunity to see this exhibit. But the signage indicates that...More
Named for the Olympic Stadium complexes built for the 1976 games, the Olympic Park and the surrounding neighbourhood of Hochelaga-Maisonneuve (HoMa) make up an invigorated area dedicated to "Space for Life." Around the Olympic Village's arenas and stadiums, Rue Sherbrooke welcomes exploration of its sculpture gardens decorated in the works of Jean-Paul Riopelle and its museum culture headed by the historical
Château Dufresne. Maisonneuve Park offers interactive experiences at its bio-dome, insectarium, planetarium, and botanical gardens. For a change of scene, the gentrified space along Rue Ontario Est is packed with the city's newest, edgiest cafes, where an imaginative, youthful crowd sips foamy cappuccinos. A visit here is incomplete without stepping into the vast halls of the Maisonneuve Market, with flower stalls, wine depots, and local produce.