This museum and exhibition hall is dedicated to raising environmental and ecological awareness among its visitors. Housed in ... More
This museum and exhibition hall is dedicated to raising environmental and ecological awareness among its visitors. Housed in the world's largest geodesic dome, which is one of few remaining structures from the Expo's, it offers four levels of guided discovery. The bottom level examines water as both Source of Life and Source of Delight, the Connections Hall showcases multimedia presentations focusing on environmental protection, and the Visions Hall affords an incredible view of Montreal .
The bioshere was sort of short, and definitelly not worth the car-ride over to Montr�al, although it was quite interesting for the small ammount of entertainment you can squeeze out. I wouldn't reccommend it unless you are staying close enough to walk, otherwise it is short and boring, although educational. It's just severely overrated, I think it could have been much better if my thoughts had not been "This is going to be great, I cannot wait!".
Located at one of the busiest intersections in the city, this international Tourist Information Center serves as a one stop
facility for visitors. Here you can get tourist information on everything from travel planning, hotel reservations and car rentals ...
With a transformation that started with Expo 67, Montreal's Old Port area has gone from an eyesore to a spectacular
year round playground for residents and tourists alike. Winter months are as active as the milder seasons (if not ...
Montreal Biodôme is a science center and ecological zoo that is home to four distinct ecosystems: a lush Tropical Forest,
the temperate Laurentian Forest, the St. Lawrence Marine Ecozystem and the Polar worlds of the Arctic and Antarctic. Plenty ...