Montreal Biodome, Montreal, Quebec

4777 Pierre-de-Coubertin Ave., Montreal, Quebec H1V 1

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Address: 4777 Pierre-de-Coubertin Ave., Montreal, Quebec H1V 1

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Phone: 514-868-3000
URL: http://www2.ville.montreal.qc.ca/biodome/site/site.php?langue=en
Hours: Summer: Mon-Sun 9 am - 6 pm; Spring break: Mon-Sun 9 am - 8:30 pm; Rest of year: Mon-Sun 9 am - 5 pm. Closed on many Mondays and Sundays. Check schedule. More Info
Price: Adults (18-64): C$16.50; Seniors (65+): C$12.50; Student (18+ w/ID): C$12.50; Child (5-12): C$8.25; Children (2-4): C$2.50; Children under 2: Free More Info

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    • Little kids (3-5)
  • Visited: February 2014
  • Submitted: Feb 24, 2014
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Tips for Families

Parking isn't exactly obvious when you get there, so be sure to look at a map of the facilities before you leave to get a sense of where you should go. If you happen to enter the wrong parking area, don't worry - the toll collectors are very helpful and will point you in the right direction. If your child needs a snack break, head downstairs by the bathrooms. You may want to carry rather than check your coats, as there will be at least one chilly section to walk through.

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We stayed at the Fairmont Queen Elizabeth, but I think it's better for older kids. It's connected to the Underground and has a nice pool area, but the rooms are small and a bit cramped. If you have little kids, go for a suite-style hotel with an in-room kitchen. One plus if you do stay there with little kids is that the pool area has a separate smaller pool for the little ones.

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After the Biodome, we headed to Areperas de Plateau for Venezuelan areperas (gluten-free pocket sandwiches stuffed with slow-roasted shredded meats and/or veggies). It was fantastic! Kids and adults alike will love the sandwiches, and they juice tropical fruits (soursop, passion fruit, tamarind, etc) on the premises. Highly recommmended!

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  • Visited: June 2012
  • Submitted: Apr 16, 2013
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The Biodome de Montreal is a must for any family traveling to Montreal.

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Within the same compound and a short walk away are the Insectarium, the Botanical Garden, and the Olympic Park with the Montreal Tower.

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