On a recent Sunday we headed back to the Montreal Science Centre for a little exploration.
It’s not particularly inexpensive (it cost our family of four $44 but our on-street parking was free Sundays before 1pm), but our boys loved it.
We started off in the Clic! area waay in the back which is best for the littlest ones. There’s room to park your stroller, sit down and watch as your kids build, dance, and roll balls.
It’s interactive and fun.
We then headed upstairs and saw the bigger exhibits. They are hands on and my oldest son (5) enjoyed them but my youngest mostly just liked running around and looking at everything.
Or playing in heavily chlorinated water…..
When we were there (Sunday morning from 10:00 – 11:30 in late March) it was not that busy and I never felt like we were in someones way or fighting to see an exhibit. On the flip side, there were a few exhibits that were broken and I was just kind of like ‘really?’ How many people roll through the science centre everyday and why is everything not working perfectly?
If you’d like to see more, see my other post on the Montreal Science Centre here.
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We have a family membership, it’s only $110 for the year we love it! It’s a great place to go in the winter (lot of room for kids to run!) Also a great excuse to go to the old port in the summer…love to wander the the streets with the kids and stop in at Olive and Gourmando for a treat!
What a great idea! We got a membership to the biodome and we loved it. Thanks!!