Biosphère, Environment Museum
Housing the United States pavilion during the Expo 67 world's fair, this architectural masterpiece was designed by noted American architect Buckminster Fuller.
The Biosphère is a unique and spectacular site, located in the heart of Montreal at Parc Jean-Drapeau. Visit its educational exhibitions to get a better understanding of major environmental issues: air, water, biodiversity, climate change, sustainable development, and much more. You can also take part in its animated activities and special events to learn about the solutions available to you in daily life to protect the environment.
- This is not an Umbrella
- Lanscapes and Omens
- The Spirit of the Forest
- + 1°C: What difference does it make?
- Finding Balance
- Renewable Energy: Time to Decide
- Design the Future
- Spaceship Earth
Scientific animated activities
- A Degree of Change (New)
- A Dose of Vitamin N (New)
- TIC TAC TOX
- Outside, a whole new world! (High season)
|January 14 to May 31||Thursday to Sunday||10 a.m. to 5 p.m.|
|December 5 to January 13, 2017||Closed|
Please note admission to the museum stops at 4:15 p.m.
|Seniors (65 years and more)||$12|
|Students (18 and older)||$10|
|Children (17 and under)||Free|
Please note that receiving groups is no longer part of the services offered by the Biosphere.