phone (514) 283-5000
The Biosphere (French: La Biosphère), also known as the Montreal Biosphere (French: La Biosphère de Montréal), is a museum dedicated to the environment in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. It is housed in the former United States pavilion constructed for Expo 67 located within the grounds of Parc Jean-Drapeau on Saint Helen's Island. The museum's geodesic dome was designed by Buckminster Fuller.
|Thursday||10:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Friday||10:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Saturday||10:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Sunday||10:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
Oh my God this place is so beautiful! Despite the fact that I went to visit it in winter days with some parts close due to some construction. The place is colder than the city. It is also hard to walk in some areas. I recommend to go using the street in the lateral of the station not the one closer to the biosphere - because it will be easier to walk - also the view is superb.
Great place to spend a couple hours. They had a couple 30 minute presentations, as well as some well mapped out self guided sections. I also enjoyed how they had a little section focusing on the building and the Expo 67
This is a wonderful place. My kids enjoyed and learned a lot. So many things I ignore about indoor air contamination. Staff are incredibly kind and helpful. Great views! ❤️ 🇨🇦
This place was very nice and educational. I wonder why it was so empty on a Friday afternoon. We enjoyed the exhibits and took our time.
Not a good museum. Didn't really have any actual information in the exhibits. Sound cone was cool. Learned everything here in Grade 9 science.