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  • Parc Jean-Drapeau and Downtown Montreal
Laure Juilliard

Laure Juilliard

It's a great idea to discover Montréal. But seeing Montréal when you can save big on a ton of activities is even better! For family fun, here's a glimpse of the attractions you could add to your roadmap. Take a look at what we’ve got in store!

Connect with nature and take in panoramic views

Biosphère – Montréal Space for Life
Biosphère
Ecomuseum Zoo
Zoo Ecomuseum
Tour du Port de Montréal
Port of Montréal Tower

Biosphère – Space for Life 

In the middle of Parc Jean-Drapeau on Île Sainte-Hélène is where you’ll find the Biosphère, a Montréal landmark since the 1967 World’s Fair and home to exhibitions and artistic installations that invite dialogue between science, culture, social innovation, eco-responsibility and the environment. Considered a pioneering building in sustainable architecture, the Biosphère offers a superb view of downtown and the St. Lawrence River from its panoramic belvedere. In addition to a host of activities for children, you'll discover a green wall, an indoor garden and green roofs.

Montréal Biodôme

In the heart of the architecturally impressive Space for Life complex, explore five ecosystems of the Americas under one roof: the tropical forest, the maple grove of the Laurentians, the Gulf of St. Lawrence and the coasts of Labrador and the subantarctic islands.

Zoo Ecomuseum

Just 25 minutes from downtown, the Zoo Ecomuseum offers a nature getaway on the island of Montréal with Québec wildlife including black bears, lynx, eagles, reptiles, amphibians and more.

La Grande Roue de Montréal

Climb aboard one of the 42 comfortable cabins of Montréal’s observation wheel and rise to a height of 60 metres to admire one of the city’s most beautiful panoramic views.

Grand Quay and Port of Montréal Tower

 The Port of Montreal's Grand Quay offers spectacular views of the city and river. Stroll along the Promenade d'Iberville, then head for the 65-metre glassed-in Port of Montréal Tower where the view of the city and river is nothing short of breathtaking. The more intrepid will enjoy the thrill of the glass cage, where the transparent floor makes you feel as if you're floating.

Let's play!

Laser Game Evolution (Ste-Catherine)
Laser Game Evolution
Laser Game Evolution (Marché Central)
Laser Game Evolution (Marché Central)

Laser Game Evolution

In groups of six, get ready to have family fun and burn some energy with a game of laser tag that's 100% safe for everyone. May the best player win!

BoulZeye, Pub & Attractions

One of the best places in town for bowling and laser tag, as well as virtual reality platforms, arcades and escape rooms. Afterwards, fuel up at the bistro pub with delectable dishes and microbrewery beers.

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Laure Juilliard

Laure Juilliard

Originally from Paris, Laure Juilliard made Montréal her home over 15 years ago and has never looked back. Won over by her new city's unique energy, cultural vibrancy and gastronomic effervescence, she loves exploring all the coolest spots. A writer and blogger specialising in lifestyle, culture, travel and gastronomy, she has lent her pen to Tourisme Montréal for more than 10 years, in addition to magazines such as ELLE Québec and Clin d'œil, as well as a variety of well-known companies and agencies. Always on the lookout for innovative concepts and the best addresses wherever she is in the world, she is also always planning her next trip.

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