Ecomuseum

Museums — Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue
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Guided tours, birthday parties, and special sleepover nights are all part of the fun at this educational 11.3-hectare wildlife park. The Ecomuseum–Montreal island’s only outdoor zoo–features species exclusively from Quebec, including more than 90 reptile, amphibian, bird and mammal species to discover and learn about.

Open 364 days a year and just 20 minutes from downtown, the Ecomuseum provides a unique opportunity to explore nature.

For more information, see the Ecomuseum official site.

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