Petit Futé's opinion on BIOSPHERE
Understand the environmental issues of our time in a former emblematic pavilion of Expo 67, overlooking the city.
Inaugurated in 1995 in the former U.S. Pavilion at Expo 67, one of Montreal's architectural emblems and a project by architect Buckminster Fuller, the Biosphère unites culture, social innovation and the environment. Its many exhibitions and scientific activities provide a better understanding of the major environmental issues related to air, water, biodiversity, climate change, sustainable development, etc. The Biosphère offers a beautifully laid out space and a superb view of downtown and the St. Lawrence River.
Opening time and information on BIOSPHERE
Open year-round (hours vary). Adult: $21.50 CDN. Reduced rates for Quebec residents.
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