Montréal Science Centre
2 de la Commune Street West
At the end of St-Laurent Blvd., corner de la Commune Street, Old Port of Montréal
Dynamic, involving and exciting exhibitions show you how science and technology are shaping our lives. In stimulating surroundings, experiment the countless applications of scientific and technical progress, venture into the future and discover the impact of environmental issues through a hands-on approach, using interactive devices. At the IMAX®TELUS Theatre leap into a larger than life experience. The adventure comes alive on the giant screen in spectacular images and through a powerful 36,000 W sound system.
good to know : The Montréal Museums Pass provides access to the exhibitions halls. Not applicable to the IMAXTELUS theatre.
Monday to Friday: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m
Saturday and Sunday: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
- Access for persons with mobility impairments
- Gift Shop
- Paid parking
From October 12 2017 to March 25 2018Retrace the innovations of Indigenous Peoples from North America through a captivating interactive quest. Take part in a virtual canoe race, build an igloo, test a kayak’s centre of gravity, and much more, and discover how indigenous ingenuity continues to influence today’s society.
From October 12 2017 to March 25 2018Discover the culture of powwows* and share in an authentic Indigenous encounter. Follow in the footsteps of photographer Roland Lorente and his partner Aline Saffore in their 10,000-km trek across Eastern Canada attending over 20 powwows.
Dedicated to children between age 4 to 7 years old.
In a fun environment, surrounded by shapes and colors, children can participate in building a house, designing a roller coaster, create forms and patterns, and mix colors. In exploring Clic!,young minds are initiated into the world of science, all the while having tons of fun!
Enter into an imaginative workshop space where experimentation and inventiveness are your most important tools.
A new zone was added to this very popular exhibition which was recently fully renovated. This new zone gives us a glimpse of what could be expected of the human being in the future.
In the exhibition, 26 islands, each one dominated by a letter of the alphabet. Behind each letter, a scientific concept that can be explored through a variety of activities and experiences.
The world's first electricity-to-water transformer (PTEEM) and the world's first water-to-wind transformer (PTEVM) were created for the inauguration of the MSC.