In addition to temporary exhibits, the Montreal Biodome features five permanent ecosystems. Visitors should factor in two hours to explore the:
- Tropical Rainforest of the Americas
- Laurentian Maple Forest
- Gulf of St. Lawrence
- Sub-Arctic Labrador Coast
- Sub-Antarctic Islands
Regular Hours: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Tuesday through Sunday, closed Mondays September through February
Summer Hours (late June until Labour Day): 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. every day
Spring Break (usually first week of March): 9 a.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Nuit Blanche (last Saturday of February): 9 a.m. to 2 a.m.
Montreal Biodome Admission**
$18.75 adult ($15 for Quebec residents) (was $8 before 2013); $17.50 senior ($14 for Quebec residents) (was $6 before 2013); $14 student ($11.25 for Quebec residents) (with I.D.) (was $6 before 2013); $9.50 youth ages 5 to 17 ($7.50 for Quebec residents) (was $4 before 2013); free for kids under 5, $52.50 family rate (2 adults, two youths) ($42 for Quebec residents).
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Montreal Biodome website
*The public are separated by glass from certain sections -- Labrador Coast and Sub-Antarctic Island ecosystems as well as the Gulf of St. Lawrence aquariums -- for comfort, safety and obvious logistical reasons.
**Note that admission rates are subject to change without notice.