Biodome Museum (Montreal, Canada) Reviews
Newest Review: ... asleep! The best times to go apparently are early morning and late afternoon to catch all the animals at feeding time. The Biodome contains animals, plants and sealife from many regions of the world all housed in different zones to reflect their natural climate and habitat. For example there is a tropical zone with fancy birds and an artic zone with penguins. Among the many animals to be seen are tamarind monkeys, macaws, penguines, puffins, sharks, many types of fish, ducks, procupine, beavers, alligators, otters and lynx - all housed separately of course! We were fascinated by the porcupines asleep up a tree! And coming face to face... more
Customer Biodome Museum (Montreal, Canada) Reviews (2)
by - written on 02/05/01, updated on 02/05/01 (Useful, 181 readings)
The Biodome in Montreal is an amazing "inside Zoo". Situated a few yards walk from the metro and costing only $10 entrance fee it's well worth a visit. However you have to time your visit well! When we went we unfortunately hit mid-morning - after morning feed and too early for afternoon feed so a lot of the animals were fast asleep! The best times to go apparently are early morning and late afternoon to catch all the animals at feeding time. The Biodome contains animals, plants and sealife from many regions of the world all housed in different zones to reflect their natural climate and habitat. For example there is a tropical zone with ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/01/01, updated on 23/01/01 (Very useful, 170 readings)
The Biodome in Montreal is a rather interesting place to say the least! The building was originally built as a velodrome for the 1976 Olympic games but, due to lack of interest, it was decided to change it into more of a tourist attraction with something for everyone. It has been open since 1992 and has had over 5 million visitors. The velodrome is now a museum of the environment and shows no sign of its previous use. A museum is perhaps not the correct word for this place - an open safari park may describe it better! The museum is divided into four parts - the tropical forest, the Laurentian forest, the marine world replicating the estuary and gulf and the ... Read the complete review
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