Biosphere, Environment Museum
160 Chemin du Tour-de-L'Isle,
St. Helen's Montréal H3C 4G8
With its green technologies, exhibitions and guided tours, the Biosphere Environnement Museum sheds new light on environnemental issues and provides concrete means to protect the environnement. A unique and spectacular venue in the heart of Parc Jean-Drapeau.
Good to know : Free admission for those 17 and under.
Summer schedule :
Open daily from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
From October 1st :
Open Wednesday to Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Closed on holidays
- Access for persons with mobility impairments
- Paid parking
From June 5 2017 to December 1 2019Montreal, an innovative, dynamic, culturally rich and festive metropolis in Quebec is facing major challenges. Thanks to a three-dimensional interactive model, you can become mayor of Montreal for a few minutes. Snowstorms, daily traffic jams, major influxes of tourists, protection of biodiversity--will you succeed in managing this urban ecosystem and the many events that happen in it? During your visit, a breathtaking 360˚ fresco will also immerse you in the heart of Montreal and the issues it faces.
From April 27 2017 to December 1 2019Everything was good in ‘67! Fifty million people crossed the turnstiles of the World Exposition and over 800 unique and futuristic–looking buildings were built into the Montreal landscape. In six months, Montreal opened up to the world and its major issues. Fifty years later, Echo 67 presents the environmental legacy of this international event. Pictures, testimonies, anecdotes and artifacts of the event will make the oldest among us nostalgic and inspire the youngest.
From June 5 2017 to May 1 2018Giant 100% Canadian photos will take you from British Columbia to the tip of Newfoundland. Discover Canada through the lens of Canadian photographers. Iconic landscapes, biodiversity, oceans and the Far North are displayed in an exceptional outdoor exhibit.
In life-sized videos, scientists answer your questions about climate change. Observe natural, meteorological and climatic phenomena on a giant interactive globe of the Earth.
The immersive show invites you to reconnect with the natural environment around us and grasp the importance of drawing inspiration from nature in order to adapt to climate change.
Is it possible for the world to work entirely on renewable energy? Come discover the different renewable energy technologies and try them out in the interactive modules!
Through a colorful and interactive journey, discover how to build futuristic, community oriented and eco-responsible neighbourhoods inspired by the vision of Habitat67’s architect, Moshe Safdie.
Immerse yourself in the world view of Richard Buckminster Fuller, the man who designed the Biosphere’s geodesic dome and popularized the concept of “Spaceship Earth”.
Weather influences our daily life, our culture and our mood! But do we really understand the science behind the weather? This exhibit looks at planetary phenomena related to the weather.
Since you are an experienced researcher, the Biosphere needs you. Your mandate: Determine whether air pollution or water pollution is more harmful to the environment. Ready, set, go!