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Biodome de Montreal, Montreal

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Natural History Museum Architectural Building
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. A visit to Biodome de Montreal represents just the start of the adventure when you use our Montreal trip builder to plot your vacation.
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  • Nice indoor zoo. The penguins and tropical section are very nice. And the huge aquariums allow you to see a lot of the local fish. Prefer week day. There are sometime a lot of people. Easy to access b...  more »
  • Great for family with kids. Very informative about Canadian landscapes and geography. Helps kids understand our animals, fauna and terrains  more »
  • The biodome has a nice variety of environments. The otters are precious! There is a section allowing for free flying birds which is cool. The animals in most sections are in their "natural" habitats s...  more »