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Montreal Science Centre, Montreal

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#2 of 15 in Childrens Museums in Quebec
Science Museum · Hidden Gem · Specialty Museum
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Dedicated to helping visitors discover and understand science and technology, Montreal Science Centre showcases interactive exhibits on science and technology that will keep kids busy and adults intrigued. View one of the permanent exhibits such as "Human," which explores human evolution and the human body or "26 islands" which explores 26 scientific concepts as well as various temporary exhibits. In addition to its many exhibits, you can see a science-related movie at the IMAX theater on the premises. Put Montreal Science Centre at the forefront of your travel plans using our Montreal trip planner.
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  • The place is great for families - we have young children and the kids liked to check out the various exhibits and interactive science activities. Big hit was Dino exhibit and also the bubble... 
    The place is great for families - we have young children and the kids liked to check out the various exhibits and interactive science activities. Big hit was Dino exhibit and also the bubble...  more »
  • I have no idea why anyone would rate this as less than five stars!! This place is amazing! I have kids ages 4 and 1 and there was so much for them to explore. For the toddler there was an entire room....  more
    I have no idea why anyone would rate this as less than five stars!! This place is amazing! I have kids ages 4 and 1 and there was so much for them to explore. For the toddler there was an entire room....  more »
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  • We have a membership at the Ontario Science Centre in Toronto. However, to enter, you need to line up at the ticket counter. Nothing we could do. However, I would recommend purchasing tickets online ahead of time to skip the line. Maybe it was especially busy because school is still out. That's the reason we're in Montreal. I'm guessing it's the same for other families. There are many things to do and see here. My 6 year old daughter spent a good 2+ hours exploring and didn't complain once that she was tired. I don't think we saw everything as we were hungry and didn't want to eat fast food at the restaurant here.
  • Went with my kid on a Saturday and it was really very crowded. I was not that much comfortable. My kid really loved it though. She enjoyed that very much. Most amazing this is the rock from Moon and how they demonstrated different ways to apply science in our daily life. Very kid friendly. Lots of washrooms. There is a theatre which we did not visited. You can use the ticketing queue to book a ticket for either exhibition or the theatre, does not take that much of time. Or else you can buy online.

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